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Many may not be aware, unless you are participating on our developers forum discussion group, that our platform team is hard at work collaborating with the community on a few different value-add capabilities. In particular VersionOne is beginning to offer a … Continue reading
Yeah. I’ve heard that one before. Why did we choose VersionOne as the name for our agile project management software? Think back to the times when you’ve been most satisfied with your software delivery. For many, getting the first version … Continue reading
Judging by all the blog posts on this site, I’m sure you’re starting to understand the flexibility and functionality that VersionOne provides. I wanted to dive a little deeper on an area that a colleague of mine touched on a … Continue reading
Templates aren’t just for Product Owners. Teams can also copy tasks and tests from templates during sprint planning to cut down on missing tasks and manual entry. It’s sort of a checklist to make sure you’ve addressed the key work necessary, but can still add unique tasks when appropriate. Continue reading
If you’ve been following along at home you know we just pushed out a brand new UI with our latest release. It’s been an arduous road these past few months but we are quite proud of the results. As VersionOne’s … Continue reading
In the 2nd part of this Retrospectives series, we take a look at VersionOne’s ability to capture important information from one of the most important events of Agile. Continue reading
I noticed a common theme during the Agile 2011 Conference. While helping to work the VersionOne booth in my official role as part of the illustrious booth babe team, there were many compliments on the new UI, inquiries about coveted … Continue reading