This webinar is focused on SoftwarePlant’s newest version of BigPicture – v8. There is a number of parts to this webinar, initially a conversation between Miles Faulkner our CEO and Tom Kucharski the CEO of SoftwarePlant. We are covering the following:
- What can we learn from the backlog of feature requests from your thousands of customers?
- What best practices out there can we learn from the evolution of v8?
- A demo from the BigPicture team walking through the application.
This is a bumper release including;
- an all new feature called “Boxes” that enable and support multiple planning styles as templates,
- programs that can now be managed hierarchically
- enhanced integration with Trello, TFS and Rally
- flexible naming conventions that enable eg gantt to be renamed roadmaps to avoid political issues
- a new “what -if” scenario modelling capability in the Gantt v2 release
- and more….
CEO at SoftwarePlant
Tom is the originator and one of the main architects of BigPicture. A skilled developer and a Project Manager with over 17 years of professional experience. A certified Scrum Practitioner and a SAFe® Program Consultant, Tom has an inside-out understanding of agile processes and product management. Apart from being a digital native with a penchant for novel technologies, he’s also a down-to-earth pragmatist who enjoys hard work and good company.
Product Implementation Consultant at SoftwarePlant
A top consultant and trainer, with impressive knowledge of BigPicture suite of apps and plenty of experience in advising clients on best practices for configuration and usage. Marek has a solid background in risk and change management and a sound understanding of how advanced technology can be leveraged for success in business.
CEO at Blended Perspectives
Highly experienced and seasoned IT Services and Project Manager, Agile Scrum Master, PMI, and ITIL certified. He is highly conversant with Atlassian products, especially Jira and Confluence. Miles has a wide experience in both infrastructure and development environments and is responsible for a range of large scale clients and initiatives to radically improve the performance and capability of IT and Business teams. He provides value-added services in best practices for Jira configuration to support software development, ITIL processes as well as project & program management.
Blended Perspectives is an Atlassian Solutions Platinum Partner with experience across various industries and organizations. For over 13 years our certified experts have been providing a full range of services and innovative, cost-effective Agile, Scrum, and Scaled Agile solutions built on Atlassian products – for I.T. and beyond. Our unique, solutions-based offering, is powered by a proprietary set of templates and patterns, tailored to each business practice, process, and complexity, enabling our clients to grow and achieve peak efficiency. We have deep technical skills in all things Atlassian and are also a certified Atlassian Training partner.
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