Our primary goal is to help software projects succeed more often through agile project planning. Traditional approaches to software project management have a dismal track record: only 1 in 6 software projects were completed on time and within budget (according to a study by the Standish Group).
We first conceived of ExtremePlanner out of our experiences working on a variety of software projects. From Fortune 500 IT departments to commercial software startups, we've been involved with dozens of projects, both small and large.
One of the frustrations on a software project is the frequent disconnect between what the customer wants and what the development team actually builds. We think this is due fundamentally to the setup of most projects: a long development cycle that doesn't give the business an opportunity to make course corrections.
There is a better way. Instead of forcing the business to "sign off" on poorly understood requirements 6 months or a year before the software will be delivered, an agile project planning approach encourages small frequent releases. A little analysis, a little design, and a little development. At each stage, the business can get quick feedback on what is working, and what is not, and how to adjust.
We think you'll find that using ExtremePlanner empowers you and your team to build software that will delight your users. Consistently and sustainably. We truly believe that this is a vision worth fighting for, and we're proud to offer software that we think can help you achieve it.
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