Feature Community edition Enterprise edition
Up to 10 Unlimited
Project teams
Unlimited Unlimited
Plan and track progress on all levels
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Supports stories/deliverables, possibly grouped into epics, quantified in story points and business value
Productplanning Included Included
Measure and track capacity when planning your iterations, whether there is one or many teams.
Sprintplanning Included Included
Plan and forecast releases and predict end of project
Releaseplanning Included Included
A task-board/scrum-wall where changes are updated across clients at all times.
Taskboard Included Included
Daily-Scrum delivers burndown charts on all levels, project, sprint and team. On personal level either burndown or burnup chart is used depending on how the project is configured.
Sprintburndowncharts Included Included
Track velocity - follow it from one sprint to the next throughout the project. Track each teams velocity.
Velocitycharts Included Included
Daily-Scrum measures the value of each feature as they are completed
Earnedvaluecharts Included Included
Daily-Scrum can automatically prioritize your backlog based on your estimates, business value and MoSCoW
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MoSCoW prioritization is a prioritization technique commonly used in DSDM. Daily-Scrum supports this throughout the system
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Project and role based security
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Daily-Scrum comes with a REST-ful API for integration with other systems
Saas (hosted online)
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On site install*
Customer support
Online Full
Free 1st 2 months USD 24/user/month
USD 352** / user

*Additional consultant fee may apply. Please request price quote

** Plus annual support and maintenance fee

Product planning

Supports stories/deliverables, possibly grouped into epics, quantified in story points and business value


You plan the project by first collecting requirements (called deliverables in the system). The deliverables are placed in a product backlog for the project. In DSDM this is called the Prioritized Requirement List.

Each deliverable can be detailed by defining a user story, stating a business value and estimate the scope of work needed to complete the requirement. Once business value and estimates has been stated you can automatically prioritize the backlog based on the highest business value requiring least effort to be complete. Prioritization can also be done individually, and you may also set MoSCoW priorities on each deliverable to have even more control over the prioritization. It is also possible to define criteria per deliverable for acceptance.

Deliverables can also be commented on to provide more information on the requirements, progress status etc. All comments are traceable through out the project from different perspectives. If deliverables are considered huge they may be broken down into multiple deliverables by changing a deliverable into an epic.

See also MoSCoW prioritization, Prioritization mechanisms

This feature is included in both community and enterprise editions.