Topic: agilecraft

Atlassian to acquire AgileCraft for enterprise Agile planning

Atlassian has announced that it is acquiring Agile planning software provider AgileCraft. According to Atlassian, AgileCraft enables organizations to create a ‘master plan’ for the strategic projects and workstreams. Business leaders can use AgileCraft to map projects to the distributed work that is required to deliver them, which provides better visibility into bottlenecks, risks, and … continue reading

Industry Spotlight: 5 lessons learned from agile transformations

After a night of WebMD bingeing, you diagnose yourself with a disease called Waterfallitis (subtle, I know). Good news: WebMD says it’s treatable! The new cure is a revolutionary pill called AgileAspirin. You go to a doctor for a prescription, and she says this: “You have Waterfallitis. If you want to take AgileAspirin, your boss … continue reading

A guide to ALM suite offerings

CA Technologies: CA Technologies provides a range of solutions to improve applications, manage portfolios and maximize business opportunities. CA Agile Central enables teams to collaborate, plan, prioritize, and track work through the entire lifecycle, as well as measures productivity, predictability, and performance. The CA Project & Portfolio Management solution ensures business strategy is on track with … continue reading

TIBCO bolsters microservices offering, Rust’s 2017 roadmap, and AgileCraft 10X — SD Times news digest: July 6, 2017

TIBCO is bolstering its microservices and API offerings with the acquisition of nanoscale.io. Nanoscale.io is a microservices technology and tooling provider that enables users to build microservices in seconds, deploy anywhere with full portability and integrate to anything, according to the company. “The next generation of digital experiences are going to be powered by microservices … continue reading

Agile was the new norm in 2015

Agile has been a sought-after process for the majority of companies in the software development industry for many years, but 2015 appeared to be the year they all finally started to understand and see the benefits. “Agile is quickly becoming the de facto standard for software development, and five to 10 years from now it … continue reading

Getting all hands on deck with agile

“By and large people have a handle on team-level agile,” said Lee Cunningham, director of enterprise agile at VersionOne. “The next frontier is really how do we take what works really well at the team level in terms of quality, in terms of throughput, in terms of the morale of the people; how do we … continue reading

Agile2015 Roundup: AgileCraft’s T-Rex, Hansoft X, Tasktop Sync and Tasktop Data, and more

There was a central theme at this week’s Agile 2015 conference in Washington, and that was trying to understand and succeed at scaling agile beyond software development and into other areas of the enterprise. “There is a lot of scaled agile here,” said Ryan Polk, VP of engineering at Rally. “Most of the companies here … continue reading

Scaling enterprise agile

For years businesses have been practicing agile, seeing notable success in time to market, productivity and creativity at the team level. Now they want to expand the scope of those benefits. If you asked development teams a year or two ago to identify the biggest agile obstacle, most of them would have said getting management … continue reading

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