The world-renowned IT management platform ZenHub just announced its worldwide launch for ZenHub Enterprise, the first ever project management tool to integrate directly into GitHub Enterprise.
This leading provider of GitHub-embedded tools is bound to profit greatly from ZenHub Enterprise, a tool specifically engineered to cater to Fortune 500 companies and the specific deployment and security requirements they may have.
ZenHub’s announcement also featured the first customers to use its Enterprise tool: ICON Healt&Fitness, Ikyu.com and Imgur. Ikyu actually revealed that ZenHub Enterprise had efficiently reduced company spending, noting that the tool eliminated the company’s need for additional tools outside of GitHub.
The service had previously been available for Japanese and US clients. Its features include a multitude of efficient options such as task-boards, native type-independent file uploads, velocity tracking as well as burndown charts.
In the end, ZenHub Enterprise aims to offer team member the opportunity of better managing, viewing and prioritizing the essential aspects of their projects within that specific company’s GitHub instance.
Mush like GitHub, ZenHub experienced significant traction not only in Asian Markets but also in Western ones.
Aside from reducing spending, ZehHub is also incriminated in productivity promotion. The photo-sharing website Imgur, which accumulates over 60 billion monthly images, note that their reason for adopting ZenHub Enterprise was that of encouraging collaboration among team members.
“ZenHub Enterprise helps us move fast and meet the needs of Imgur’s massive growth,” Brian Kassouf, Imgur Director of Engineering said.
One would be easily fooled into thinking that ZenHub Enterprise is yet another project management tool, alike Atlassian, Pivotal or Trello. However, the situation differs. ZenHub’s unique connection to GitHub allows users to bypass multiple application usage, uniquely contributing to the convenience of its user.
NBC, Sony and Facebook all experienced significant return of investment after using ZenHub.
On average, ZenHub Enterprise claims to save 1.5 hours per user, daily, which adds up to a whopping40 workdays yearly.
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