Cross team, multi task, multi flow kanban application

Piotr Gajowniczek, Rafał Zawiślak


The main goal of the paper is to present a new application based on Agile-Kanban methodology. The application allows not only to visualize the development stage but also includes the possibility of inside-system cross-team cooperation for multi task and multi flow project. In the last chapter some examples of the usage of the application, gathered during the tests have been shown and concluded.


Agile-Kanban methodology; IT smart application; work optimization

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