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Danube Updates ScrumWorks Pro

Danube Technologies has announced enhancements to its ScrumWorks Pro toolset. New features in ScrumWorks Pro 4.2 include:

  • Team Member Allocation Report. This report gives management a central view of who is working on what. Organized by weekly or monthly workloads, the report identifies individuals that are over-allocated as well as those that maybe under-utilized and available to help with under-staffed projects.
  • Printing Enhancements: The "print-to-cards" feature now displays full, unabridged titles and allows for dynamic font re-sizing. "Print-to-cards" also automatically prioritizes the title and description fields over less important fields, cropping those fields if necessary.
  • Combined Theme Filtering: "Themes" are the primary mechanism in ScrumWorks Pro for categorizing Backlog Items by associating a specific keyword to a specific item or group of items. Now, ScrumWorks Pro provides users with additional flexibility in filtering requirements by Themes as well as Theme-based reports.
  • Improved Product Backlog Item Reporting: A complete re-design of the Product Backlog Item module for Web reports provides an improved user experience and stronger reporting capability with the addition of a "Status" filter to already existing "Release" and "Themes" filter options.

"These latest enhancement to ScrumWorks Pro are the result of the ScrumWorks community's drive to improve Scrum in the enterprise," said Laszlo Szalvay, president and CEO of Danube. "There's no better source for suggested new features than the more than 125,000 ScrumWorks users around the globe. We value their input and are pleased to respond quickly with feature enhancements that will improve their productivity."

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