Archive for July, 2013
I have recently been introduced to a new tool, Axosoft’s OnTime. For what it is, it works well as an Agile project management tool, complte with defect and incident tracking. From a quality assurance perspective, it’s nice to have flexibility of workflow management, custome fields and such. What I have found a bit lacking, however, is consistent metrics. I’m prone to create my own metrics reporting, so I have a tendency of querying databases directly.
In OnTime, the data structure is fairly straightforward. However, our organizational structure within the tool’s concepts of Releases and Projects is hierarchal in nature and makes my queries a tad more complex.