Role-based dashboards streamline workflow and ensure objective input by showing users only what they need to see. The Admin, Analyst or Developer can view relative information for a feature based on their contribution to the project.
A visual Feature Chart shows net value of all project features. Features with the greatest value and lowest effort appear at the top right of the chart. Users can easily zoom in, hover to view details, export a copy and more.
Each feature gets a priority score (VScore) based on the cost to develop in relation to business benefits. This score is then used to easily sequence features for development with highest net value relative to cost at the top.
The software improves traceability by tracking and recording all changes made to data, including when a feature was re-sequenced and by whom.
Effort (cost) Ranges
Developers can enter low/high effort ranges to determine the cost of development. The solution helps identify estimates with a greater range, thereby showing greater risk in the estimate.
Analysts and/or Customer Administrators can accurately estimate value by entering a low/high range for the business benefits of each feature.
Users create releases based on desired budget, time frames, feature sets and more. Releases can be numbered, sequenced and defined to simplify product planning and keep strategy front-and-center.
Drag and Drop
Easily drag and drop features into a release, or move features from one release to another without the administrative mess.
Save time by providing “what if” scenario evaluations, or create a project template with foundational tasks, such as authentication, security, database, etc., which can be cloned to simplify the building of new projects.
Automated Cost and Benefit Calculations per Release
A subtotal line shows an automated calculation of effort, cost and benefit for each release. Each time a new feature is added or removed, the system recalculates the totals by release, enabling project managers to accurately plan release cycles.