July 31, 2012
The fact that so many enterprise based software development tools are perceived as boring, overly complex and even downright unusable was the inspiration behind the latest entry into the software tracking market: Finitebug, out of Gurgaon, India. Dubbed “a revolutionary way to track software projects,” this new hosted bug and feature tracking tool for development teams boasts an easy new way to manage bugs and features, real time team collaboration and the ability to manage documents, screen shots and mockups all in one place. Now launching its full release to the public, Finitebug spent the past seven months in a Beta Testing Phase, where it was itself perfected through real developer use and feedback.
“Elegant and easy to use,” asserts FiniteBug Founder
“The software development sphere was sorely lacking a solid bug and issue tracking system that was both elegant and easy to use,” said FiniteBug Founder, Nitin Sehra. “However, with FiniteBug, we’ve combined the best of the SaaS model for enterprise software with cloud computing and real world feedback to create what we feel is the most usable, attractive and easy to use bug tracking product on the market today.”
How FiniteBug Works
Finitebug works across a number of methodology, including Agile, Waterfall and XP, plus it’s friendly, functional and even fun to use – allowing for a wholly different view on team-based development. From full text search to activity monitoring and more, Finitebug offers a more collaborative interface by giving team leaders real-time snapshots of how their projects are progressing and cloud-based tools for interdepartmental communication. With milestone setting, FiniteBug also helps to ensure on-time projects and greater customer satisfaction. Plus, with FiniteBug, software glitches are finally easy to capture and resolve. Not only do software development teams enjoy solid bug tracking with FiniteBug, it takes less than 5 seconds to enter a bug with the program and even less time to update it, thus ensuring more effective tracking.
“FiniteBug gives software development teams the tools they need to record and monitor user issues, set priorities, assign tasks and revolve bugs in a friendly, focused, functional, and most importantly, fast way,” commented Sehra. “Instead of solely focusing on features, we added the element of usability that’s so often lacking in enterprise software tools. We think this marriage will help FiniteBug clients delight their customers and enjoy their work that much more.”
To learn more about FiniteBug and to enjoy a free trial of the product, visit: http://www.finitebug.com
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