I'm expanding my startup and need help with easier project management. There seems to be endless options for project management. I am looking for something modern like base camp but more of a scrum methodology.
I tried Basecamp, Jira, Unfuddle, Trello and PivotalTracker before for different projects which were developed with agile approach. All of them worked fine to me and I needed some time to setup my framework and processes there.
I think it would be worth checking Trello or PivotalTracker which I personally like more than Basecamp because of better agile oriented structure.
I'll keep this short and simple. JIRA Agile. $10 for 10 users, ping me and I'll give you a code for a free year. Its the market leader, has added some great features in the last few years, scales for enterprises, but modern and flexible enough (sometimes too much) for small teams
What is the product that you are developing? What does it do?
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