The project management software in-STEP BLUE supports teams with by providing powerful business processes, customizable workflows and templates, with included versioning of docments, requirements, changes etc. The individual design of a business process is dependet on the environment you are working in, be it aviation, the railway industry, automotive, medical technology, IT software development or product development for embedded systems. Which business processes you are using and which departments, roles and operations you are supporting is entirely up to you. Use a company-wide, individual process for project management, use standards such as V-Modell XT, PRINCE2, agile Scrum or SPICE for Automotive. Or simply create your own workflow for your project documentation. Plan your projects with the project management software in-STEP BLUE and reach your goals.
Projects and portfolios, teams and organizations, project managers, requirements analysts and testers - all of them have one thing in common: they need a common infrastructure to be successful. in-STEP BLUE creates this infrastructure for you. In many cases, project management focuses only on dates and costs. But how do you create valuable project content and high-quality products? in-STEP BLUE enables you to use your own, established methods of managing docments, changes, requirements, risks, test cases and much more. With up-to-date information for project planning and project controlling available at any time. Actual values and content are updated automatically by each team member and managed revision-secure. Collaboration within your projects is improved allowing for more efficient project work.
Changelog for this release:
new web app features
features for resource management
branching and merging
Minimun Pentium IV PC 1 GHz, 1 GB RAM, 300 MB free disc capacity
Personal Editions are for use on your own workstation and single-user operated. The installed software and your project data must be located on your workstation. Commercial versions are for multi-user operation on a LAN and the Internet