Ever wondered how Salesforce manages their releases? It should come as no surprise that they have been using the Salesforce Platform to manage product backlogs, sprints, user stories, defects and much more. In 2006 Salesforce made the transition from the Waterfall approach to the Agile approach with their GUS (Grand Unified System), and they claim a 38% productivity improvement. The great news is that you can use the same agile app that Salesforce uses.
What do you get?
You get Agile Project Management in one application, on your Salesforce Platform. Where you can collaborate with your peers on work in context using Chatter. The tool is built for Agile Organizations so you can stay innovative with an Agile mindset. It provides you with a single source of truth, and gives the development teams visibility across the company to drive work collaborate. It enables you to manage your Scrum, QA, bug tracking, user stories, sprints and product backlog.
How can I get it?
The Agile Accelerator is available as a managed package from the AppExchange as a free App. It supports the following Editions:
What does it look like?
The Agile Accelerator has a slick User Interface (UI) for sprints, and the product backlog that uses the Lightning interface. It is also accessible from the Salesforce1 mobile app. Check the “Manage Your Agile Development from Salesforce ” presentation for more information and get a glimpse of the user interface.
If you have any questions visit: Agile Success.