Hansoft to offer start-up license

Vic Bassey

Hansoft has announced that a start-up license for up to nine users is now available at no cost, making it possible for small teams to get access to project management software.

CEO Patric Palm said: “We often see examples of upcoming, rapidly growing software developers hitting a stage where they get slowed down by their own success. When you are new and small you might not care much about project management, but when you all of a sudden are 30 or more in the team it’s important to have your processes in place to be able to keep up.

"The start-up licence will allow small teams to use Hansoft at an early stage to get a better start and a more stable ground for expansion.”

The Uppsala-based company develops project management tools for software developers as well as being sponsors of the Swedish Game Awards.

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Tags: Development , developers , project , management , MCV Nordic

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