AgileCraft's T-Rex Aims to Empower Enterprise Scaling Agile

By CIOReview | Thursday, August 20, 2015

AUSTIN,TX: AgileCraft, a provider of software for scaling agile launches Team Reconciliation and Extraction engine (T-Rex), an integration hub that enables enterprises to scale agile initiatives without disrupting team-level work.

Designed for organizations that use multiple team-level tools (like JIRA, Rally, TFS, VersionOne or LeanKit), T-Rex will empower teams to work will the tool of their choice and optimize data management.

The new launch enables government agencies mainly defense or other companies focused on financial and medical process to trace and audit all the work, reducing the dependency on traditional team-level tools.

The company claims that T-Rex can accelerate transparency, alignment, and collaboration from the executive suite to the engineering team without adding unnecessary risk to projects. Organizations usually utilize a number of team-level tools that are often through corporate acquisitions, outsourcing, or contracting. During the scaling agile process executives usually take up a centralized platform, disrupting current initiatives or allow teams to use the tool of their choice but lose transparency and alignment with the actual work being done.

“An open platform that allows all team-level tools to consolidate data for analysis and reporting at the program, portfolio, and enterprise level is what the industry has been missing, by de-risking the team-level transition from one tool to another, T-Rex eliminates one of the largest organizational barriers to scaling agile to the enterprise,” says Scott Blacker, VP, Product, AgileCraft.