Scrum for a Company

Natural support of the multiple teams and multiple projects structure helps you to handle both high-level roadmap as well as low-level details and to visualize how they relate. Decide on cross-team priorities and get an idea of when teams might have time for a new project. Visualize work and plans for several teams at one place and give each team its own views for what they are working on on a day-to-day basis.

01Manage multiple team backlogs

Fill the high-level backlog across multiple teams and prioritize them according to the business priority easily. Set the right order of the functionality for each business category giving teams clear vision of the highest priorities at the release or the roadmap planning.

Manage multiple team backlogs

02Track progress across teams

Get an overview of the work progress of each team. Understand how much work is remaining in the backlog and if any team is overloaded.

Track progress across teams

03Let each team specify its own workflow and sprint cadence

Each team has its own sprints associated with it. See which schedule of sprints each team has, what the current progress is, and how teams are synchronized between each other.

Let each team specify its own workflow and sprint cadence

While working on one project, each team can have its own states to stay flexible on a team level. On a project level, you can use workflow mapping to view the high-level picture without digging into too many details.

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04Track progress for multiple teams in one place

Create various custom statistics to have actual metrics about teams' velocity, trends of completed work items, and correlations of estimates vs actual time spent for multiple teams at one screen.

Track progress for multiple teams in one place