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Agile Program Management Tools
Anonymous
I"m currently working on a Program of work with 6 teams (2-3 more to come) located in multiple buildings, with the development team offshore - The Program has approx. 100 resources (dev, test, PO, PM, scrum or scrum, Prog Manager, etc).

Each team have an agile wall with 'Kanban wall' (Jira), 'Issues/risks/blocked' (xlsx), 'Actions', ''Release Planning', 'AS-IS/TO-BE process'(Visio), etc. -

I'm looking for an Agile Program Management Tools (or process) that can help me / Stakeholder / Director to view/represent the 'physical' Walls (x4) of each teams in a digital format, where example I can click the 'kanban wall' icon and open Jira with all the details.

Thanks in Advance for your help.

Eric.
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Anonymous
Try Mingle by Thoughtworks. Great tool!
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If you are ysing SCRUM then at program level You must be using SCRUM OF SCRUMS or even a level above that.
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Thank you Anonymous for mentioning Mingle. I did not know the product and it looks interesting!
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Apr 02, 2016 2:21 PM
Mike Frenette
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You are welcome. Stephane. I guess I wasn't logged in when I left that.
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I will also have a look at Mingle
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Thanks for Mingle, just trying it look good
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Dec 15, 2015 1:50 PM
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Thank you Anonymous for mentioning Mingle. I did not know the product and it looks interesting!
You are welcome. Stephane. I guess I wasn't logged in when I left that.
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I like JIRA and VersionOne for Agile Project Management. I do have a slight bias towards JIRA because it is extremely easy to learn and use.
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JIRA
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Microsoft Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2015 might be a consideration.
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please check follows , it may help

http://blog.capterra.com/agile-project-management-software/
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