SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 21, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Anaxi, maker of project management software that helps engineering organizations increase collaboration among different teams, announced today support for the Atlassian Jira Server and Cloud versions to existing support for GitHub providing development teams for the first time a holistic view of the development process.
Most companies use different tools for their code versioning and issue tracking -- using different workflows, processes and tools across projects. By aggregating data that is otherwise constrained in silos, engineers and managers have increased visibility enabling them to better keep software development schedules on track.
The Anaxi web app provides visibility over Jira and GitHub, along with additional reporting capabilities, without changing any of the data -- while at the same time maintaining security and confidentiality.
“To scale software development within companies, engineering organizations need to decentralize decision-making across the different teams. But you can’t safely do that if you don’t have a full view of all your projects,” said Marc Verstaen, co-founder and CEO of Anaxi. “Now, for the first time, there is a system of record for organizations to better follow the progress of their software development projects. We fill the gap between the two most widely-used tools in the software development process.”
Currently, Anaxi offers a free version of its app on the web and on the iPhone. The company plans to add a paid version for users who want advanced reporting and communication features.
The newly added capabilities for the Anaxi free app (web and iPhone) include:
For more information go to www.anaxi.com/features.
Co-founded by Marc Verstaen (previously executive vice president of product development at Docker) and John Lafleur (previously CEO at CodinGame) in December 2017, Anaxi is the system of record for software engineering organizations that need to facilitate decision processes. Anaxi opens a new data-driven era for engineering organizations, empowering them to better allocate their development time and resources, by providing better tools for software project management.
Joe Eckert for Anaxi