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Scrum teams will love our highly customizable boards, lists, and other team related features.

Targetprocess has built-in support for all the usual Scrum practices and events. From sprint planning to sprint retrospective, our highly customizable views are here to help.

Looking for your product or sprint backlog, story or task progress, burn-up or burn-down charts, definition of done or retrospective log? You’ll find all these and more supported in Targetprocess.

Let’s have a run through some of the views or reports that are applicable when doing Scrum.

Sprint Cadence

Firstly, you may want to set-up your sprints in advance and share your sprint cadence while also seeing the cadence of other teams. It also allows you to see or add important upcoming milestones or events.

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Sprint schedule transparency on a timeline view with milestones

Backlog Management

As well as the sprint itself, the backlog is an essential and basic practice in Scrum. Our simple list view lets you manage backlogs easily. You can add, order, or prioritize your work in both a product or sprint backlog. Here we’ve applied custom color-coding to highlight items in the current sprint. Did you know our product backlogs can hold and show Epics, Features, User Stories, and Bugs in a single ordered list?

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Ordered product backlog containing Epics, Features and Stories

Here’s the sprint backlog, just start from your product backlog and filter by Team and current Sprint.

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Sprint backlog containing Stories and Bugs

Backlog Refinement


We can use a couple of pre-sprint states in our work-item state process to track the progress of story refinement. These per-team configurable states show the real workflow used in your team.

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Generic work-item workflow and team workflow

Planning Poker

When reviewing and discussing the work-items in your team, it’s common to use planning poker as a collaborative estimation practice.

Are you all in the same room? Use physical cards to get maximum engagement.

Is one of your team dialed-in via a remote video or audio connection? Put the physical cards aside and go digital. There’s no need to use a separate website or mobile app. As a facilitator, just start a game of planning poker from within the work-item in Targetprocess, share the game session hyperlink to your team members using email or any other communication tool, such as Slack or MS Teams, and you’re good to go.

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How to start an estimation poker session

Here’s what the poker players see.

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Poker player’s view

Convert and/or Split

In backlog refinement, you’ll often find that a work-item initially added as a user story is much bigger, and should actually be a Feature or even an Epic. Simply convert it to the correct type and continue refining it.

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How to convert a work-item

Even if the story fits in one sprint, it’s good practice to split it by value into separate smaller stories. You want to learn fast and don’t want to make your QA team member work weekends, right?

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Story splitting

Comments and History

Capture highlights of the refinement discussion in comments and see the history of all changes on your work-items.

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Work-item commenting
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Work-item history

Sprint Planning

The sprint starts with Sprint Planning, so let’s plan your upcoming sprint by moving work from the product or team backlog to the sprints backlog and keep an eye on available capacity vs load. Are you breaking user stories into tasks? Easily add tasks to a story and estimate them in hours. Are you pair-programming or mob-programming work? Assign as little or as many people to a story or task as needed. And of course, don’t forget to collaborate on and set a sprint goal so you focus on the goal and not just the planned or forecasted work.

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Product backlog to sprint backlog board with capacity & load metrics
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How-to add tasks to a story
Current sprint dashboard with iteration goals and sprint backlog

Sprint Progress and Daily Scrum

While Sprinting, track feature, story, and task status using a Kanban board for Stories and Bugs, or use a simple Scrum board for seeing your tasks. Here we've grouped tasks by story. This allows us to easily update their status and focus on finishing them first before starting something new. Are you optimizing flow yet? Set WIP limits on your Kanban columns and Targetprocess will highlight the column where you are at or above your limit. Anything blocking you? Add an impediment and show what work is affected by it. Of course, we have burndown and burnup charts, a picture is always better than words, right?

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Current sprint story progress board with WIP limits
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Current sprint task progress board grouped by user story
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Current sprint story progress board with highlighted impediments / blockers and colored cards
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Current sprint burn-down chart with ideal and forecast lines
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Current sprint burn-up chart with ideal and forecast lines

Sprint Review

In Sprint Review, you can show how well you did using the relevant sprint metrics on our dashboards and reports. Next, capture any feedback on the demonstrated new version of your working product as new items on your backlog, and relate them using dependencies or parent-child relations to any just demonstrated user story or feature. Someone present at a remote sprint review without a Targetprocess licence? No problem. Just invite them to share their feedback using the Service Desk idea capture functionality.

Lastly, review the updated product backlog or feature roadmap with stakeholders and easily highlight any recent changes.

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Sprint information and metric reports on a dashboard
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Service desk non-licenced user idea or issue capture
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Product backlog with visual encoding rules by status
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Feature roadmap with visual encoding by work-item work-type

Sprint Retrospective

Of course, the best retrospective meetings are done face-to-face using real post-its or other physical objects, as they help to collaborate, focus and discuss. Yet if you are working remotely and want to check team happiness, capture and categorize any feedback item, or just record a high-level summary, you can do so in Targetprocess.

Whether physical retrospective or not, turn the most important issues into actionable items and add them to your sprint backlog.

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Retrospective feedback collection board
Happiness measurement - team members’ view
Retrospective team members’ happiness measurement - team members’ view
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Action items on sprint backlog


Targetprocess is a flexible software platform that allows you to create any number of views to support Scrum just as you want. Have a look at the screenshots above or in the related solutions for inspiration.

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See how Targetprocess aligns and empowers business and IT with the help of powerful integrations.

Targetprocess facilitates enterprise agility at all levels by enabling both Business and IT to work in one holistic solution. To help ensure value flow visibility and collaboration across the entire enterprise, Targetprocess allows a powerful set of integrations covering use cases for different levels and roles within organization.

For Transparency above the Team Level 

Azure DevOps
Azure DevOps
Add Targetprocess on top of the team level tool: get visibility on Product and Portfolio level.
Atlassian Jira Software
Atlassian Jira Software
Ensure free data flow from Jira to Targetprocess for greater visibility for all team members.

For Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery 

Azure DevOps
Azure DevOps
Automatically associate branches and pull requests with Targetprocess entities
Automatically link branches and merge requests to Targetprocess entities.
Automatically associate branches and pull requests with Targetprocess entities.
Link code revisions with any Targetprocess entity.
Automatically associate branches and pull requests with Targetprocess entities.
Connect Targetprocess entities with work items, reflect issues back as Bugs or User Stories.

For Product Management, ITSM, Sales and Marketing to Stay on the Same Page 

Centralize unstructured communication on Miro’s online whiteboard inside Targetprocess.
Microsoft Project Server
Microsoft Project Server
Provide visibility into high-level goals and details about implementation for all teams.
Synchronize customer service, sales, the PM office, and development teams.
Allow all team members to collaborate on shared artifacts from customer service tickets.
Collaborate on shared work items, consolidate reporting across the entire organization.

Experts and clients say More Reviews & Case Studies

  • Targetprocess is recognized as a Leader in Gartner’s 2020 Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Agile Planning Tools and included in the related Critical Capabilities for Enterprise Agile Planning Tools

    April 2020, “Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Agile Planning Tools”

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  • We have been using Targetprocess for more than three years by now and still been surprised when our teams find news ways and work areas to use it…
    It is really so flexible that we can nearly model and effectively use in each workflow we need. New departments request me from time to time to show them “that tool you have with nice cards ☺

    Jorge Rivero Sanchez
    Innovation Director
  • I love how adaptable and flexible Targetprocess is. It meets the various needs of so many different departments within our organization. We manage all of our IT, creative and legal workflow through Targetprocess. It’s helped create a centralized location for our cross-department needs – as well as providing a history of our work.

    Katie MacCabe
    Assistant Director
  • I used Targetprocess at some very large multi-team multi-program clients and had a consistently good experience.
    I’ve got a lot of experience of Jira, Rally, PivotalTracker, Trello, Mingle and open source agile lifecycle management tools. I like Targetprocess better – it covers a lot more ground, the information architecture is really consistent, it’s solid as a rock and fast too. Best of breed.

    Peter Merel
    CTO and Agile Coach