Simple, intuitive and powerful Agile Management Tool
Share files or photo’s in real time in the dashboard
Plan your sprint and release with the backlog management feature
Update on daily work with the task board
Share and capture new ideas in icebox
Organize and record your daily standup
Track and report on progress with the KPI’s and burn down charts
Give feedback on the sprint in the retrospective feature
Share, Exchange, Plan, Manage, Report, Track, and Organize. The team is the most important element in any Agile process. Agile Cockpit offers everything a team needs to work together, especially when these teams work in more than one location. Features like the live video feed and the recording of the Daily standup, help to decrease the idea of distance. All data in Agile Cockpit is in real time so that every team member is up to date every second of the day. Collaboration between teams becomes stronger with Agile Cockpit.
One image tells you more than a thousand words. Agile Cockpit provides clear dashboards that give you a visual idea of the progress of the team, the current status and other KPI’s. With the Release burn down you are also aware of the Release date that you can expect based on your backlog. With the burn downs of Agile Cockpit it’s easy to track, report, and manage your sprint. Visibility of teams expand with Agile Cockpit.
Getting it done! Backlog management is easy with Agile Cockpit. Create and manage Epics, Stories, and Tasks. Do you work with TFS? Just hook up your backlog and you can manage your backlog through Agile Cockpit. All data is in Real Time, so your process becomes more effective. Stakeholders are also able to look into the backlog, task board and KPI’s to get a clear view of what the team is doing. Powerful planning is done with Agile Cockpit.
Get ahead of the GAME. Unique in Agile Cockpit is the Release forecast feature. Based on the information in your backlog we offer you a very easy way to see if you will be able to get your release done in time. Especially when the business priorities keep on changing, Agile Cockpit lets you stay in charge of your release. In just one view you know what actions to take to get your release successfully done. Predicting becomes easy with Agile Cockpit.
Achieve more, by being more effective. In retrospect you always learn what to do better next time. To capture, collect and facilitate the feedback process of the team Agile Cockpit offers the Retrospective feature, Sprint Review, and the Agile Maturity Check. These features help the team to get better every sprint! Improve every sprint with Agile Cockpit.
Live video feed
Recording stand up
Live video feed
The Video App allows you to see a live video feed straight from your distributed team. This is a an optional functionality that helps to increase transparency and team bonding, which fits straight into Cockpit’s philosophy of putting individuals and interactions above anything else.
Recording stand up
The Daily standup App allows you to record and share your standup with other stakeholders of the project. This way people who weren’t able to attend the meeting can review everything that has been said at a later point in time and stay informed of the days plans.
The Key Performance Indicators App provides a number of metrics that you can use to check how your agile teams are performing. You can also see the trend of these KPI’s over a range a sprints so you can keep track of the progress of your teams. The KPI App shows four important KPI\’s across sprints for an agile team namely – Velocity, Reliability, Quality and Process Efficiency
Dashboard is very similar to the dashboards you are used to from, for example, your car: it gives you a quick overview of the status of all the different components that together ensure the whole is working properly. The Dashboard shows a summary of the most important information from individual Apps, for example basic Burndown statistics or the defect count of a product.
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