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ScrumWorks Pro Now Available as a Cloud Instance

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Want to see what a full-fledged agile-oriented project managment tool is like?  Well, ScrumWorks Pro now requires virtually no upfront cost (in time or money) to run immediately on a cloud instance.  That's because CollabNet just released the tool suite as a SaaS offering today on their Codesion pluggable cloud development environment.  (For some context, CollabNet is where the Apache Subversion project originated)

With an intuitive setup that now requires zero installation effort and no cost if you get the personal edition or a free trial, it might be worth a look to see what a mature agile project management tool looks like.  I've met both Lazlo and Victor Szalvay, the founders of ScrumWorks, and they have both been very strong voices (and ears) in the agile community for some time now.

ScrumWorks Pro also now benefits from being integrated with Codesion, which has a pluggable architecture that supports many of the tools that you're familiar with:

Codesion is based on SAS-70 data centers, with some good security standards compliance and disaster recovery protection systems.

ScrumWorks Pro is used by 100k developers worldwide.  And it seems that the consensus among those developers is that they want easy, cloud-managed instances of development software like ScrumWorks.  It's a trend that I'm seeing for many development stacks.

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