AgileCraft Gets $10 Million in Funding

AgileCraft, a vendor of software for scaling agile to the enterprise, has announced that it raised $10 million in Series A financing led by private equity firm Crane Nelson. The round included participation from former Bank of America senior executives Jim Kelly and Tim Arnoult. The investment will accelerate the company’s growth, geographic expansion and product innovation.

Built from the top-down to support agile at scale, the AgileCraft platform helps align entire organizations around common goals and objectives while providing actionable views and metrics to everyone touching the technology product lifecycle.

AgileCraft is unique in the market because:
* Top Down Flow – AgileCraft was built from the top down to support enterprise agile at scale. Everyone from executives to engineers can use AgileCraft to optimize software delivery results.
* Real Time – AgileCraft provides real-time data to enable and align strategic planning, analysis, forecasting and execution across portfolios, programs and teams.
* Dynamic – AgileCraft is the only platform that can blend collaborative team methods like SCRUM, XP and Lean at the team level and blend scaled methods like SAFe, Scaled Scrum, DAD and Waterfall at the portfolio level. In addition, multiple tools and delivery cadences can be blended across complex organizational structures.
* Integration Ready – Uniquely, AgileCraft allows customers to keep tools like Atlassian, Microsoft TFS, Rally, HP Agile, IBM Rational Team Concert, Version One and others in place for teams while seamlessly providing unified strategic, portfolio and program management.

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