Austin, Texas – 03-12-2019 (PRDistribution.com) —
Project management software company VivifyScrum recently announced the release of the enterprise version of their tool, aimed at larger organizations with more specific and comprehensive needs.
With two-thirds of organizations implementing Agile (according to PMI’s 2017 Pulse of Profession survey) at least sometimes and with an ever-increasing number of large enterprises undertaking the agile transformation, the need for enterprise project management solutions with Agile roots is also on the rise and VivifyScrum is throwing its hat into the ring with this announcement.VivifyScrum Enterprise is available as a self-hosted solution, while the version with a dedicated server deployment is also made available for companies that may not have the capacity to run their own servers.This version of the tool integrates seamlessly with existing sign-on and security protocols that the companies use, allowing for easy transition and implementation with the existing system.A dedicated account manager is also part of the setup, helping coordinate the onboarding process and ensuring day-to-day functioning of the company is not disrupted. VivifyScrum also comes with a free Scrum course for the entire company.The option that separates VivifyScrum Enterprise from other enterprise project management solutions is the option where customers can have custom features and functionalities developed for their specific needs.Goran Prijic, the CEO of VivifyScrum pointed this out as the most impactful addition to the enterprise version of the tool, “Different companies have different ways of doing things, especially Agile ones. Far too often, they have to modify the way they work because the software they use is not perfectly suited to them. With the custom-tailored functionalities, we wish to give them the chance to work the way they want to.”In other words, VivifyScrum Enterprise allows the users to modify the tool to their process and not the other way around.You can find out more about VivifyScrum Enterprise here.