Geekbot is a slackbot assistant that helps users set up real asynchronous stand up meetings within Slack. The solution helps staff stay organized, up-to-date and aligned with the rest of the team. It only takes a few minutes to set up an initial standup with team members.
Geekbot creates a non-intrusive process to help teams stay focused on tasks. Each department can have its own timeline which is helpful for complex projects. Multiple standups break down information and distribute it to the right people directly.
Some of Geekbot's default set of questions include:
What did you accomplish yesterday?
What will you do today?
What obstacles are impeding your progress?
Users can adjust and customize questions for each standup to better fit the department or team, as well as set a personalized tone. Geekbot can understand simple chat commands such as ‘login’, ‘report’, ‘off’, and primary users can choose who has privileges to edit, and who will be limited to reporting.
All information is distributed through Slack as well as inside the dashboard environment, where users can perform a variety of added actions such as report filtering and additional insights. Users can download standup data by clicking the ‘download CSV’ link manage their email summaries and more.
Nutcache provides teams of all sizes with a business-oriented solution for managing the entire project delivery lifecycle in a collaborative workspace; from the initial estimate to the final billing, through project budgeting, time tracking and expense management.
Cradle is a multi-user environment to manage the entire lifecycle of multiple projects using user-defined sets of information and a user-defined process. It contains facilities to:
Capture information from external sources
Manage the evolution of that information
Provide full change tracking and automated notification of changes
Provide full forward traceability and backward coverage analyses
Manage or reference any volumes of any types of data and documents
Fully supports MBSE, with SysML, UML, ADARTS, BPM, SASD, architecture modeling, IDEF and other modeling notations - if you want to use them
Any number of analysis, process, logical, architecture and design models - all linked to needs, goals, objectives, requirements, issues, defects, test plans, test procedures, test cases, test results, validations, verifications
Manage product requirements and variants
Manage product and system SBSs, PBSs in multiple configurations
Fully supports test management, acceptance, and governance
Full built-in configuration management and control system with formal reviews, baselines, version control, formal change control, audit trail and user-defined workflows
Publish information into any type(s) of project deliverable documents
Cradle can track every word in every version of every source document through any complexity of process into every version of every formal document published form the tool.
Cradle can integrate with other products as part of your overall toolchain.
Fully customizable and delivered through web-based or non-web UIs deployed as SaaS or in-house in your IT infrastructure.
Batch Permissions & Access
Asynchronous stand up meetings
Private broadcast channels
Custom stand up questions
Multiple stand up meetings (WIP)
Meeting reports (WIP)
History backup (WIP)
Cognitive behaviour (WIP)
User-defined data model (item types and cross-references)
Full requirements management support
MBSE support with analysis, logical, architecture and design models
Parse and load multiple versions of multiple source documents
Track all changes to items through user-defined workflows
Built-in configuration management with reviews, baselines, version control and formal change control
User-defined data entry forms, tailored by user role and types
User-defined data views, tables, trees, nested tables, pivot tables, matrices, graphs and graphical traceability
Traceability and coverage analysis with UNIQUE indirect (transitive) traceability
Publish to user-defined documents, including full tracking of all versions of all formal documents published