LeanKit is a flexible software for visual project and project management. It lets you visualize your process, collaborate more effectively with your team and identify areas where you can further improve. This tool provides users with a real-time understanding of their activity and status of your work.
What LeanKit does is create a visual model of your team’s work and workflow. Teams can easily access this thereby enabling them to interact regardless of their location and devices. This allows you to gain insight which is not possible if you’re using the list-based tools.
Work items are visually represented as cards in LeanKit. You can then add upcoming work to the card and prioritize them. With the workflow and calendar views, you can instantly see what are being worked on, the people doing them and how and when they need to be done.
LeanKit can also work together with other systems that you currently use. It has an open source integration service that coordinates two-way communications with Microsoft Project Server, TFS, and VS Online; as well as GitHub, JIRA, Buildmaster, Oracle Primavera and more. Zapier also offers hundreds of pre-built integrations between LeanKit and your favorite web apps such as Google, Salesforce and Zendesk.
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