Sneha Ranjan

Digital Business Office for Remote Teams.

Sneha Ranjan, Socials at JamBuster,9 November 2016.

Turns out, now a clear new trend has emerged of working remotely. Remote working encloses a variety of arrangements in which "work", traditionally conducted in a physical office space is instead performed from the employee’s... Read More...

I was a regular visitor to Barnes & Noble's stores. I am a speed reader, who loves browsing through books, before buying them. B&N offered opportunity for customers like me to purchase books that I will come back and read again if it is in my library. And the Starbucks coffee helped too.... Read More...

We live in a world of cliche and buzzwords, along with technology innovations that is reshaping our lifestyles. So the relevant question -is the Digital Transformation just a current buzz or for real! If it is real, how is it affecting our lives?... Read More...

The success of the Agile with smaller teams have got the attention of enterprise teams. The question is whether it can be duplicated when scaled to enterprise size. To bring scalability, we must first understand where does agile gets it agility!... Read More...

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DashFlow™: One Click Agile

Satish Kamat, MD, 15 April 2016.

When we were developing SoftAgile and SoftALM®, we faced same challenge as other agile tool makers. Namely creating a tool that is easy to navigate around. As such this is number one complaint about present day agile tools.... Read More...

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Should Issues be part of your backlog?

Ria Nawaz,System Analyst, 06 April 2016.

Problems in a working software take different forms: defects, bugs, mistakes etc. And then there are issues reported by customers. Should customer issues be part of your project’s backlog? To answer that question, here’s a scenario:.... Read More...

So another day at a potential customer, between SoftALM® and SoftAgile, which one should they choose? Let me start with a simpler and shorter version of my reply. SoftALM® is built for product focus end-users, like software product companies or non-software.... Read More...

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Why Choose SoftAgile™ Over Jira Software®

Ria Nawaz, System Analyst, 22 April 2016.

Remember the time Jira was a new kid on the block? It was a nice simple to use, value for your money, yet extremely reliable tool. Well that kid is now grown into a complex tool, offered as too many pieces of a puzzle.... Read More...

We at JamBuster Team are very proud to introduce our new Agile Tool, SoftAgile, over next week!!!
SoftAgile was born in a very counter intuitive way. But first, SoftAgile is an Agile Team tool that facilities teams to focus on crafting great... Read More...

Team JamBuster is proud to share that our iLabs is selected to showcase at BioAsia 2016. Out of about 500+ healthcare start-ups in India, about 40 or so are being selected by BioAsia for this showcase. So we are humbled. BioAsia (http://www.2016.bioasia.in/) is the most successful and widely attended... Read More...

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From where does Agile gets its Agility?

Satish Kamat, MD, 26 Nov 2014.

While we have been dilly dallying moving to agile practices over last few years, early this year we decided that our small product team needs to be fully agile over next 6 months. The last 8 months of transformation has helped us all see whether Agile is as agile as it is made out! We saw 40-50%... Read More...

Sneha Ranjan

PlayScrum Agile Meetup at JamBuster®.

Sneha Ranjan, Socials at JamBuster, 12 March 2016.

We at JamBuster® hosted PlayScrum Meet at our premise on March 12, 2016. PlayScrum community has been organizing meetup across various cities like Delhi, Hyderabad, Chennai, Pune. The community is for the Scrum practitioners who share and learn how they play scrum on a day to day basis... Read More...

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Story Of Too Many Smurf Berries!

Satish Kamat, MD, 31 Dec 2014.

In late 2011, vacationing at a Jodhpur Palace Hotel, my 11yr old introduced me to Smurfs' Village. Always worried of video game addiction in kids, I actually liked this game mimicking some aspects of life, instead the gory mayhem, for the kids. You see in Smurfs' Village, getting smurf to do activities like... Read More...

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Three Waves of Indian Software Industry - Part II

Satish Kamat, MD, 24 Nov 2014.

It is therefore not a surprise that by 2010, next wave was starting to gather steam. Having tried outsourcing and built software captives, true software techno-entrepreneurs were starting to look at a new challenge. This time, it was nothing less than the holy-grail of any company calling itself a... Read More...

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JamBuster- Back To The Future!

Satish Kamat, MD, 23 Nov 2014.

In 2004, Suneeta and I founded JamBuster to follow our dreams- I was looking to build a Technology Management software, while Suneeta wanted to work for our own. Little did we know, that we would be part of an ongoing three-wave phenomena in Indian Software Industry. As R&D Process Owner ... Read More...

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It Pays To Pay For Asset Management Software!

Satish Kamat, MD, 13 Jan 2014.

Like every boot strap start-up, when we started JamBuster in 2004, Excel was our tool or weapon of choice for every data problem we had to manage. It was our database for employee information, payroll, sales contacts and managing assets – consumables, furniture and IT equipments. It worked really well,... Read More...

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Three Waves of Indian Software Industry - Part I

Satish Kamat, MD, 24 Nov 2014.

When I started JamBuster with Suneeta in 2004, I wanted to build a technology management software products company in India. Little did I know, that we would be part of a three-wave phenomena in software industry in India. Today, more.. Read More...

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