tinyPM is a web-based agile collaboration tool best suited to organisations running multiple projects with multiple distributed teams. It’s not bound to any particular flavour of agile, as it fits well with any method that uses the concepts of iterative development and user stories as the main way of gathering requirements.
The tool mimics the way people work with traditional cards on a whiteboard, but makes it easy to share them with team members in different locations. Cards can easily be commented on, or you can add attachments, and all changes are recorded so they can be viewed later. Distributed teams may also find it helpful that tinyPM has already been translated into several languages.
It has definitely got a lot of the features you would expect from agile project management software, and it also has a handy taskboard with drag and drop support, burndown charts, estimation in story points, etc, etc. It also has some other interesting features such as project budget tracking and an integrated wiki.
tinyPM is a commercial product, but you can download a fully featured version from their web site, which is free for up to 5 users.
For more information, click on the link below. There’s a demo login on the web site, so it’s quick and easy to try it out and see what you think. It looks really easy to use to me, so it’s definitely worth a look…