Hansoft launches Start-up License, allowing teams of nine to use Hansoft for free

Hansoft launches Start-up License, allowing teams of nine to use Hansoft for free [1]Hansoft logo _GDC, San Francisco, March 5, 2012 – [2]Hansoft, the leading vendor of tools for defect tracking, agile and lean development, today 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 best of breed project management software.

“In this industry, things can happen really fast and we often see examples of upcoming, rapidly growing studios 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 people 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,” said Patric Palm, Hansoft CEO.

Hansoft Start-up License, available for teams up to nine users, includes the complete Hansoft solution, as well as full access to the on-line forum where support and best practices questions can be addressed.

Read more and order your Start-up License at:

www.hansoft.se/start-up-license

_About Hansoft_

Hansoft is an integrated solution for agile and lean development, collaborative scheduling, real-time reporting, bug tracking / QA, workload coordination, portfolio and document management, used by the most demanding software developers in Europe, Asia, Australia and North America. The tool is fast and easy and builds on principles of team empowerment, increased communication, transparency, and collaboration. Hansoft 6.7 bridges tools and methodologies and unifying teams with its improved SDK capabilities, readymade integration with JIRA and enhanced support for mixed methodologies


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