Flexible agile tools

The next era of agile tools has arrived.

Essembi gives you all the tools your team needs to build an agile framework to fit the unique needs of your software lifecycle.

Essembi gantt chart, epic and initiative planning, milestones, release management
Essembi product roadmap, sprint plan with release milestones and development backlog including epics
Essembi agile backlog: user stories and defects, sprint planning and velocity tracking
First Principles

What is agile?

Agile methodologies are a set of principles and practices designed to promote flexibility, collaboration and iterative development in software management. Agile is designed to help software teams address the challenges posed by rapidly changing requirements and customer needs.

Requirements gathering for agile teams

Requirements Gathering
Get feedback from customers and other stakeholders throughout the entire development process.

Adaptive planning support agile workflows for software teams

Adaptive Planning
Adjust plans based on feedback, evolving requirements and changing markets.

Iterative approach to development for agile teams

Iterative Development
Estimate and distribute work into manageable sprints. Reflect on sprints with retrospective.

Continuous testing and it's impact on agile for software teams

Continuous Testing
Promote continuous integration and testing practices to drive quality.

Deployment management for agile teams

Deployment Management
Deploy new releases with user training, marketing planning and documentation updates.

Using retrospectives to improve agile approach for software teams

Continuous Improvement
Constantly review and plan new requirements to continue the iterative feedback loop.

Agile Frameworks

Select an agile framework to fit your unique business requirements.

The scrum framework is the most popular agile framework. Scrum defines specific roles, events and artifacts to drive an iterative approach to product management.

Other agile frameworks utilized by successful software teams.

Extreme Programming (XP). Focus on coding, testing and collaboration in very short development cycles.
Feature-Driven Development (FDD). Emphasizes iterative development based on specific feature sets.
Dynamic System Development Method (DSDM). Frequent delivery through incremental dev and user involvement.
Crystal. Tailors agile principles to match team size, project complexity and organization culture.
Lean. Minimizes waste and maximizes value through continuous improvement and customer focus.
Adaptive Project Framework (APF). Adapts processes to meet evolving project requirements and constraints.
Key Agile Features

Essembi has a flexible set of agile tools for your software team.

Sprint planning for agile teams

Sprint Planning
Organize the tickets to be completed based on an iterative work period.

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Managing your product backlog using Essembi in an agile team

Prioritized list of open tickets that need to be completed in upcoming sprints.

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Use retrospectives to improve internal agile processes

Review previous sprints to determine what changes need to be made to agile processes.

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Visualize work with scrum boards in Essembi

Scrum Board
Visualize upcoming work and progress in real-time during sprints.

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Build custom agile workflows in Essembi

Ticket Workflow
Collaborate with cross-functional teams using customizable ticket workflow.

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Use OKRs in Essembi to align sprints to objectives

Business Objectives
Ensure sprints are optimized based on the business objectives and key results.

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Agile Feature Tour

Check out the agile tools available in Essembi.

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