Benoit - Lead Dev
Benoit started coaching XP teams in 2000 and co-founded ProjectCards in 2002. His strong Agile background has provided invaluable insight when designing ProjectCards, creating a powerful tool that enables teams to efficiently plan their projects.
Jeff - Product Owner
Jeff is a co-founder of ProjectCards. His passion for better software lead him towards the Agile world, both as a coach and as a developer. With over 10 years in the field, his knowledge is remarkeable through his dedication to ProjectCards.
Nicholas - Developer
Nicholas joined the ProjectCards team as an Agile developer in 2010. As a certified ScrumMaster, he brings with him his experience with Scrum, TDD and a constant quest for better software quality and a better user experience.
Patil - Marketing
Patil participates in the marketing strategy for ProjectCards. With over 7 years of marketing experience in communication agencies, Patil brings her expertise in media planning and multimedia advertising campaigns.
Myriam - Accounting
Myriam joined ProjectCards in 2007 as an administrative consultant and accountant. She has over 25 years of experience at managing in small companies.
"Planning with people in Berkeley, Alaska, and Toronto[...]
this is the simplest and coolest solution I've seen after years of experimenting with distributed planning tools."
"ProjectCards is a great tool for distributed teams [...]
It's client/server, but the real time updates are just so addictive."
"We found ProjectCards extremely useful in planning our small project. If I were to end up in another Eclipse-based project"[...]
"I'd certainly recommend we use ProjectCards"
"[Projectcards] allowed for a geographically diverse group to maintain and control our backlog in real-time."[...]
"This tool is just fun to use"
Enables Agile teams to be in control of their success
- Developers, Customer, Testing and QA as well as Project Managers can provide their valuable input
- Every teammate is connected to the same project and indicate their progress LIVE!
- Remote team members participate in real time with *instantaneous* changes, no refresh button!
Jump starts Agile teams
- Teams are up and running in a matter of minutes
- Using simple drag & drop, build your Release and Iteration (Sprint) schedule
- Use the planning board and reports to easily monitor the team's progress
ProjectCards fits your Agile process
- Manage eXtreme Programming, SCRUM, Kanban, Lean Software Development or any other iterative project
- Define as many custom fields as you need to gather specific information
- Print your user stories on index cards and feel the magic of tangible cards during your planning sessions
The ProjectCards Dashboard
Use our dashboard in order to monitor your sprint. Comes with "Todo", "In Progress" and "Done" columns and an intuitive drag and drop interface that allows you to change a card's status on the fly.
The ProjectCards Taskboard
The Taskboard clearly displays all the cards in the current iteration and lists the tasks which need to be accomplished. Use drag and drop to change the status of the tasks.
ProjectCards' planning board
Use drag and drop to classify your user stories by themes (features) and then plan your project. Use it to share this information amongst all of your project's required actors : the product owner, the project manager, the development team, the quality assurance team, management and even customers. (Guest(read-only) user licenses are unlimited and FREE!).
ProjectCards' burndown chart
Keep track of your sprint, your release and even you entire project's health status with ProjectCards' burndown chart.
ProjectCards' card editor
Edit your user stories task on the fly using our simple to use card editor
Acceptance tests / Condition of sucess
Specify your users story's conditions of success(C.O.S.) and/or required acceptance tests easily.
ProjectCards as an Eclipse plugin
As an integrated Eclipse plug-in, ProjectCards can be run at every every developer's workstation, right in the IDE they know and love.
ProjectCards' custom fields
Use ProjectCards' custom fields to match your particular project needs. There is no limit on the number of fields you can add to your project, and there are a ton of usefull field types to choose from.