Progressive companies
manage their work process
with Kaiten

Which situation describes
you better?

I am a manager. I want
to see all work processes
and statistics.

Arrange a smart dashboard: put as many boards on one screen as you need. Customize it and build strong analytics through our “Reports”.

That’s me

Our team has been using Kaiten since day one of our product birth and there is no way we are changing it to something else. It improved communication and provided the best collaboration space.

Deniss Karavajev, Founder / CTO at BuildSafe Sweden AB

Kaiten is a real Agile tool, you can visualize your Kanban, Scrum, LeSS, Nexus, XP or even Waterfall process in it. No any "configuration" part. Just start. Why is it important? Because seeing means understanding. When you see your real work – you can manage it, you can find bottlenecks, you can see what's wrong with it.

Dmitry Abramov, Head of Product at Skyeng

I am an Agile evangelist and innovator. I want to find a tool to visualize all work and improve it by using my favorite approach.

We support Kanban methodology. Use swimlanes, WIP limits, subcolumns, blocks, SLA and multiple boards to improve your flow and reduce lead time. Or use Scrum! Work by sprints, use charts to analyze it and keep a backlog near your sprint’s board.

That’s me

I want to have one source of truth and not to lose anything.

You can add as much information as you need. Integrate your Kaiten with other services. Or simply import workspace from Trello, Jira and other task trackers. Make planned tasks, checklists and even build a Story Map here.

That’s me

Kaiten is amazing, it got features like Jira but works as well as Trello. Jira is too old school and slow, and Trello doesn't have features like blocking cards and sprints. Kaiten has the best of both.

Albin Ekblom, Lead Front End Developer at EquipmentLoop

Kaiten is great. I've used a lot of other Kanban tools, and this is by far the best I've met.

Stephen Nelson-Smith, Principal Consultant at Atalanta Systems Ltd

Chaos. I want to see who and when is doing what.

Build a tree of all activities and dependencies. Use filters and build charts of your team’s productivity.

That’s me

I want to set up links between teams or people to improve communication.

Create a space, where teams interact. Let the work be transparent and fast. You can also use a parent-child link, make dependencies and prioritize requests.

That’s me

I moved to Kaiten from another similar tool and liked it from the first view because it reduced my daily routine and time spent on tasks management and control.

Natalia D

Which situation describes
you better?

I am a manager. I want
to see all work processes
and statistics.

Arrange a smart dashboard: put as many boards on one screen as you need. Customize it and build strong analytics through our “Reports”.

That’s me

Our team has been using Kaiten since day one of our product birth and there is no way we are changing it to something else. It improved communication and provided the best collaboration space.

Deniss Karavajev, Founder / CTO at BuildSafe Sweden AB

I am an Agile evangelist and innovator. I want to find a tool to visualize all work and improve it by using my favorite approach.

We support Kanban methodology. Use swimlanes, WIP limits, subcolumns, blocks, SLA and multiple boards to improve your flow and reduce lead time. Or use Scrum! Work by sprints, use charts to analyze it and keep a backlog near your sprint’s board.

That’s me

Kaiten is a real Agile tool, you can visualize your Kanban, Scrum, LeSS, Nexus, XP or even Waterfall process in it. No any "configuration" part. Just start. Why is it important? Because seeing means understanding. When you see your real work – you can manage it, you can find bottlenecks, you can see what's wrong with it.

Dmitry Abramov, Head of Product at Skyeng

I want to have one source of truth and not to lose anything.

You can add as much information as you need. Integrate your Kaiten with other services. Or simply import workspace from Trello, Jira and other task trackers. Make planned tasks, checklists and even build a Story Map here.

That’s me

Kaiten is amazing, it got features like Jira but works as well as Trello. Jira is too old school and slow, and Trello doesn't have features like blocking cards and sprints. Kaiten has the best of both.

Albin Ekblom, Lead Front End Developer at EquipmentLoop

Chaos. I want to see who and when is doing what.

Build a tree of all activities and dependencies. Use filters and build charts of your team’s productivity.

That’s me

Kaiten is great. I've used a lot of other Kanban tools, and this is by far the best I've met.

Stephen Nelson-Smith, Principal Consultant at Atalanta Systems Ltd

I want to set up links between teams or people to improve communication.

Create a space, where teams interact. Let the work be transparent and fast. You can also use a parent-child link, make dependencies and prioritize requests.

That’s me

I moved to Kaiten from another similar tool and liked it from the first view because it reduced my daily routine and time spent on tasks management and control.

Natalia D

Why Kanban method is cool?

Spoiler: we also support Scrum

It is easy to start. Kanban doesn’t require drastic changes in your processes and roles, it adapts to the current situation and allows you to evolve with small steps. Try Kanban methodology. Improve your workflow. Speed up your team. See the big picture of the company’s workflow. Achieve the transparency.

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Connect Kaiten to the tools you already use to manage
your work even more effectively

Email Email

Email

Get notifications, add comments and create cards by emails

Github Github

Github

Move your cards automatically with commit messages or pull requests

Pipedrive Pipedrive

Pipedrive

View all your deals on the boards in Kaiten

Zapier Zapier

Zapier

Integrate Kaiten with thousands of applications by Zaps

Slack Slack

Slack

Create cards directly from chats, get notifications in channels and many more

Trello Trello

Trello

Import all your boards from Trello to see whole history analytics on useful charts

telegram telegram

Telegram

Get notifications in your favourite messenger

Gitlab Gitlab

Gitlab

Move your cards automatically with commit messages or pull requests

Api Api

API

Create your own integrations with your tools by powerful API interface

Informative Reports

Use data-driven approach to make
your process effective

Cumulative flow diagram
This chart also known as “workflow pulse”. The chart shows you how many cards you have on each stage of you process.
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Cycle time
The chart provides an information about the time tasks spend on each workflow stage. You can see each column visited by card and understand how many time it took.
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Spectral chart
On the chart you can find number of days on the horizontal axis and amount of cards completed for that number of days on the vertical one.
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Burndown chart
A burn down chart is a graphical representation of work left to do versus time. The outstanding work (or backlog) is often on the vertical axis, with time along the horizontal. That is, it is a run chart of outstanding work. It is useful for predicting when all of the work will be completed.
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