Scrum software just got faster & better looking – Axosoft releases OnTime 14

Axosoft, a leading enterprise Agile/Scrum project management and bug tracking software company, unveiled their revamped version of OnTime 14 aimed to improve performance and speed throughout the application and modernize the code base of their flagship product.
According to CEO Hamid Shojaee, the overhaul of software was a response to customer feedback and the need to simplify Scrum adoption in agile development teams, “We consistently listen to our customers and want to help them solve problems. This was a major rewrite of the foundation in order to simplify the product, improve the performance and user experience.”
The new website definitely sets the tone for the new vibe for OnTime with it’s sleek graphics, flat design and polished user experience. As you scroll down there are OnTime tours, that have somewhat of a Prezi feel, that make it easy for users to check out the new features.
Some of the main new software features include:
The new look – the interface has a clean and simple feel with thinner, crisper icons and panels.
Filter Designer – this allows the user to specify parameters when creating and editing their filter for projects and customers. Administrators can also drill down to create public filters that can be accessed by any user. It is also easier than ever to toggle between views and filters with the Workflow and Refresh controls relocated in the main toolbar.
Speed – they’ve put the turbo boost in OnTime and users will gain a 50 percent faster load times and better performance for general usage.
For customers that need assistance, Axosoft continues to provide OnTime University training videos, with plans to add more in the near future, and a personalized support staff.
“OnTime 14 is an exciting release for Axosoft-it’s never been easier or cost effective to adopt one of the best software development methodologies in the agile world,” Shojaee said.
For more on OnTime and Axosoft click here and for a free 30 day trial click here.
Photos provided by Axosoft