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Quiz Climber developer picks popular project management and QA solution

Relentless adopts Hansoft

Relentless Software is the latest studio to adopt Hansoft’s popular project management and QA solution.

The studio has selected the tool with a view to use it to manage projects for both physical and digital releases, including episodic content.

"Hansoft helps our teams to make software the way they want to," said Stuart Dodman, operations manager at Relentless Software. "It increases efficiency and communication on all our projects allowing us to produce multiple simultaneous projects over multiple platforms on time, every time.

"The agility of Hansoft and the way it promotes self-organising teams allows us to make boxed, episodic, downloadable and iterative products in a way in which no other project management software can."

Hansoft’s solutions are designed to be flexible enough to suit various project management methodologies, best practices and production situations. The project managment tool’s real time nature promises to simplify global collaboration, communication and team management in complex software and game development projects.

"Hansoft is designed based on principles of team empowerment, increased communication, transparency and collaboration – values that over and again have proved to be the backbone in successful project management and efficient production," added Patric Palm, Hansoft CEO.

"When working on several complex projects in parallel, it is important for team managers to always have an updated overview, to be able to maximise efficiency and avoid critical bottlenecks. I’m glad to hear that Hansoft has been of such great help to Relentless and I am really excited to keep on working with them in their future projects."

Brighton-based studio Relentless is most famous for creating the Buzz series, and is currently at work on iOS game quiz Climber.

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