Scrumwise review

Hugo Hendriks

I have been a fan of Scrum for many years now. I did my Scrummaster course in 2007 with Jeff Sutherland and since then, I try to use Scrum on every project I participate on. At most companies you can grab a blank wall and stick a piece of paper on it to create a physical Scrum board. The company I work for now didn’t have that luxury so I went out to look for a virtual scrumboard.

I came across several SaaS solutions which offered this functionality such as Mingle and Scrumworks but I also came across Scrumwise (


I registered and gave it a whirl.

The thing I like the most is that it’s basic and comprehensible. You can easily create tasks and sub-task and make a sprint planning. The burn down is clear and it’s your own choice whether you want to use story point, hours…

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