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online tool for managment scrum team

Last post 02:35 pm May 25, 2017 by Vinicio Anthone
8 replies
07:42 pm March 29, 2017

Hi guys, i'm a student in computer science and my topic for master thesis is "scum metodology for an innovative startup"

The goal of the project is to adopt scrum in order to devoloped a new device, but the team is not in the same city.
I need an online tool for write user stories, see burndown chart and so on.... any suggestion?


08:40 pm March 29, 2017

We used Version 1 in the past, currently used JIRA.

09:34 pm March 29, 2017

CA Agile Central, formerly known as Rally, seems quite popular.

Also, Scrum is a framework, not a methodology. 

04:08 am March 30, 2017

I am a Computer Science teacher. offers free educational licenses, so that is what I use in class, FWIW.

10:08 am March 30, 2017

thanks both, i was wrong... the title is "agile methodology for an innovative startup".

12:45 pm March 30, 2017

We currently use JIRA.

10:36 am April 3, 2017

JIRA would do the trick, I use it as a PO with a distant dev team. Stories/burn down chart etc are available. 

NB : don't forget the R of Scrum :)


06:12 am April 24, 2017

You might also find real user reviews for these are other major agile development tools on IT Central Station to be helpful.

As an example, this user writes in his review of CA Agile Central, "It allows for the creation and scheduling of detailed user stories including attachments, assigned tasks, discussions, child stories, and revision history." You can read the full review here.

Good luck with your search. 

11:47 am May 25, 2017

Hi Giacomo,

JIRA is "popular" among enterprises but I don't see the worth of paying for the license fee for a school project. I recommend to you which is open source and well not so heavy as JIRA or others. taiga is the best hidden secret out there!  just download it and set it up in your own server or use their server for free for up to one project. You can pay as well to support them "to help keep them off the streets" as they say if you want. 



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