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id Software Using Hansoft Management Tools
Project management and QA tools vendor Hansoft has announced that its range of development tools are now being used by Rage developer id Software, with id calling the software "flexible and intuitive."
July 26, 2011
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Project management and QA tools vendor Hansoft has announced that its range of development tools are now being used by Rage developer id Software. The software system is designed to support agile and lean software development, with flexible support for all team specific processes and collaborations. Marty Stratton, executive producer at id Software, explained, "Several of our team members looked at Hansoft while evaluating a number of other popular pieces of project management software. We were ultimately sold on Hansoft’s speed, flexibility, and intuitive interface, as well as the responsiveness and knowledge of the Hansoft team." "From setting up pipelines and workflows to planning sprints or even simply entering data in the backlog, we have continually said, 'that’s exactly how I’ve always wanted to do that'. For us that translates into more time focusing on cutting-edge game development," he concluded. Numerous other developers have taken on-board Hansoft's project management software in past months, including Metal Gear Solid developer Kojima Productions and Shanghai-headquartered outsourcing firm Virtuos. Hansoft released a new version of its management tools back in April, with support added for simplified report sharing via hyperlinks.
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