TeamForge Project 7.0 on CloudForge Development Platform Is Now Available!

September 16, 2013 Kelly Lanspa

In May, the CloudForge software development platform made TeamForge available to all plans & projects allowing all users to take advantage of Agile, bug and issue tracking, wikis, file sharing and document management that TeamForge Project offers.  This has been a tremendous success as close to 5,000 customers are now enjoying the power of TeamForge.

CollabNet continues to improve the user experience for TeamForge Project with Release 7.0. Available on September 16th, release 7.0 includes adaptive planning boards for Agile/hybrid product and release planning. These graphical planning boards are fully integrated with TeamForge and allow work items to become actionable with lifecycle workflows.  Inline editing is now available to enhance TeamForge usability and accelerate team ramp up time, so you can complete your tasks up to 3x faster.  A new look and feel and other innovative usability improvements that include intuitive navigation, web drag and drop, and more powerful search further enhances the TeamForge user experience.

If you don’t have a CloudForge Account, Sign up for FREE today and start enjoying unlimited projects and repositories.

Be sure to attend the “What’s New with TeamForge Project 7.0 for CloudForge” Webinar on September 25th.  Product knowledge expert Patrick Wolf will demo the new capabilities and answer your questions about TeamForge 7.0 and CloudForge.     You’ll see how the new features will benefit your cloud-based software development.    Register Now!

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