26-Sep-2010: Sprintometer with user defined work types and '3D Burn Down' chart
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
September 26, 2010
Free SCRUM tool with user defined
work types and'3D Burn Down' chart
New version 5.06 of free tool Sprintometer (www.sprintometer.com) for SCRUM and XP projects management and tracking is released on September 23, 2010. It supports user defined work types and '3D Burn Down' chart.
Sprintometer client is a Windows application which stores project data either in a local file (standalone mode) or in free hosted Sprintometer Server accessible from any location with Internet connection (client-server mode).
In addition to work types 'Coding', 'Testing' and 'Management' typical for agile projects version 5.06 supports estimation and tracking of user defined work types for example 'Architecture', 'UI Design', 'Configuration Management' etc.
Additionally the new version supports 'Three Dimensional Burn Down chart' (http://sprintometer.com/sites/default/files/Screenshot.png) which helps to understand overall agile project status from a single drawing.
'3D Burn Down' chart includes automatically calculated extrapolation lines to predict dates of scope finish for each work type separately.
The application has others interesting features unique or rare for similar agile tools:
- Support for variable team size during a sprint
- Export to Open Office or Microsoft Excel for all charts and spreadsheets
- Separate tracking of development, testing and user defined work types
- Powerful Undo/Redo
- ‘Burn-down’ chart with statistical prediction
- Extremely quick application response time
Sprintometer client and hosted Public Sprintometer Server are free of charge.
Free client can be downloaded from here: http://sprintometer.com/downloads/sprintometer.zip
Private Sprintometer Server costs from $190 USD to $490 USD depending on license.
Platforms Windows XP/2003/Vista/Windows 7 are supported.
For more information on Sprintometer:
Contacts: Elena Efimova, (911) 984-80-36, email@example.com
Application web site: www.sprintometer.com
Technical support: firstname.lastname@example.org