BY digite | February 7, 2013

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Digite, the maker of Swift-Kanban, leading Kanban/ Scrumban tool, is sponsoring Agile India 2013 organized by Agile Software Community of India (ASCI), a registered society founded by a group of agile enthusiasts and practitioners from companies that practice Agile Software Development methodologies.

Agie India 2013 will stage renowned thought leaders and experts from the industry like Craig Larman, Masa Maeda, Mary Poppendieck, Rebecca Parsons, David Hussman, Fred George, Jeff Patton, Jez Humble, Linda Rising, Naresh Jain, Neal Ford, Venkat Subramaniam and many other Agile Thought Leaders. The conference has exciting topics like Agile Development Practices, Agile Product Management, Agile Testing and Quality Assurance, Agile and Outsourcing, Coaching and Mentoring, and Craftsmanship which draws interest among executives and professionals across the industry.

Swift-Kanban has a unique combination of capabilities for Scrum and Kanban teams, offering some of the best Scrumban features for teams that want to scale Agile in the Enterprise. Using Swift-Kanban, Agile teams can fully visualize their value stream – map their process – on a Kanban board, define Work in Progress (WIP) limits and measure and improve Flow.

With complete Scrum support, Agile teams can manage their Backlog, plan their Releases and Sprints and then track their progress on the Kanban board while using a combination of Scrum and Kanban metrics such as Burndown charts, Velocity/ Throughput charts as well as Lead/ Cycle Time and Cumulative Flow Diagrams. Using Swift-Kanban’s SmartLanes feature, they can map each Release or Sprint to a swim-lane and clearly visualize and communicate to all the stakeholders the exact status of the Sprint or Release. At the same time, they can continuously evolve their value stream (workflow) to improve their overall development processes without causing any disruptions to the work, one of the key promises of Kanban as an evolutionary change agent.

Swift-Kanban can be used by software teams, IT/ Ops, DevOps as well as a variety of functions such as HR, marketing, sales, procurement, or any other function that wants to visualize, manage and improve their processes, improve flow and throughput – and maximize delivery of value to their customers. It also provides a great opportunity for customers, development teams and partners to collaborate effectively on a common forum.

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