Product Info

VersionOne is an all-in-one agile project management tool built from the ground up to support agile software development methodologies such as Scrum, Kanban, Lean, XP, SAFe and hybrid. From small teams to distributed enterprises, VersionOne’s suite of right-sized product editions help companies scale agile faster, easier and smarter.


Take advantage of more than 45 pre-built integration connectors to extend VersionOne and create a single, synchronized agile software development environment. Connectors are available for all VersionOne product editions, or you can build your own using VersionOne’s open, web-service API and SDKs (Java & .NET).

Training & Services

We offer world class agile and product training to help you quickly get started with agile and easily scale VersionOne across your organization. Whether you’re looking for basic training or dedicated on-site coaching you’ll find what you need to make your transition to agile faster and easier.


VersionOne has been selected and successfully deployed by over 50,000 teams in over 170 countries around the world and more than 35 Fortune 100 companies using agile software development and scrum development practices. Our customers include many of the leading technology organizations in the world.


We realize that the agile expertise that our partners offer is a critical part of a customer’s success in adopting, transitioning and scaling their agile initiatives. By leveraging the unique expertise of our global partner network, VersionOne is able to offer superior agile training, coaching and consulting services based on our customers’ specific needs

About Us

VersionOne helped pioneer the agile management tool in 2002 - way before it was the cool thing to do in the software development market. Today we remain the only enterprise software company that has been 100% dedicated to agile life cycle management since day one.

Featured Series

Continuous Product Learning:

Story Maps, Customer Journeys and Tools for Validated Learning
Part 1: September 16, 2:30-3:30 p.m. EDT
Part 2: September 23, Noon-1 p.m. EDT

How sure are you that you are "building the right thing?" How often do you validate your assumptions versus simply measuring your progress? While agile methods often help organizations build products faster, many software teams get hyper-focused on points completed over real value delivered – or, more important, learning about customers and validating product ideas. Some people obsess over "backlog grooming," but still produce weak stories that do not provide the context needed for teams and programs to deliver valuable products.

Register for this free, 2-part webinar series for concrete tools which you can apply immediately! Plus, you can earn 1 PDU credit per session!

Can't attend the webinars? No problem! Everyone who registers will get links to the recordings.

Part 1: September 16, 2:30-3:30 p.m. EDT:
David Hussman, agility coach, instructor and owner of DevJam, and Lowell Lindstrom, VersionOne vice president, services, will explore:

  • Pragmatic tools and techniques such as personas, ideating with examples, story mapping, customer journeys, and other Lean UX tools
  • Insights from initial discovery to continuous product learning for teams and program managers using Scrum, Kanban or any other collaborative and incremental style of product development
  • Ideas for creating product development teams and communities that challenge, augment and expand simpler ideas like Scrum

Part 2: September 23, Noon-1 p.m. EDT:
Bob Vincent, VersionOne product manager, and Andy Powell, VersionOne product evangelist, will discuss how the VersionOne agile application lifecycle management (agile ALM) platform supports continuous product learning – from ideation to delivery. You will see:

  • How to capture the voice of the customer
  • Benefits of using VersionOne at the feature level
  • How to effectively incorporate continuous product learning into agile project management
  • How to supplement your agile projects with insights from Lean UX and other user-centered-design methods

These sessions will include a combination of presentations and interactive participation, so please come ready to engage, learn, and challenge the status quo. From simple to complex, all questions are welcome.

Speaker Biographies

David Hussman

David Hussman
Agility Coach
Instructor, Owner

David Hussman has been teaching and coaching agility in companies of all sizes around the world for more than 10 years, and is passionate about helping teams improve their product design, development and learning skills. David’s company, DevJam, provides coaching and courses for development and product development teams. When he is not coaching or teaching, David is speaking at conferences and publishing to a variety of sources. He has contributed to several books, as well as helped to create agile curricula for The University of Minnesota and Capella University.

Lowell Lindstrom

Lowell Lindstrom
Vice President, Services

Lowell Lindstrom is among the early pioneers of agile and has been deeply involved in developing and deploying software products for nearly 30 years. Before joining VersionOne, Lowell led the Oobeya Group, an agile and lean services firm he founded to help organizations succeed at agile adoption. Prior to founding Oobeya, Lowell was a partner at Object Mentor, an organization that helped launch the agile movement and developed partnerships that laid the groundwork for the Agile Manifesto and formation of the Agile Alliance. Lowell holds a bachelor's degree in computer science and a master's degree in management from Northwestern University.

Bob Vincent

Bob Vincent
Product Manager

Bob Vincent is focused on the core VersionOne product and improving the user experience. Bob has more than 20 years of software development experience, including over 10 years of practicing Extreme Programming (XP) and employing other agile and Lean processes. Bob received a bachelor of science in Computer Science from the Georgia Technical Institute.

Andy Powell

Andy Powell, SPC, CSM
Product Evangelist

During his 12-year career in the software development industry, Andy Powell has assisted in numerous 500+ person agile tool rollouts with companies such as Siemens, Adobe, EMC and Sabre. Currently, Andy is fulfilling his passion for making agile easier as the leader of VersionOne’s Customer Success Program. Andy is a SAFe™ Program Consultant and Certified ScrumMaster.

AgileLIVE Webinar Recordings

Measuring the Success of Your Agile Transformation

The key to a successful agile journey is to identify concrete, measurable goals. In Part 1, Brad Swanson, VP and Senior Agile Coach, agile42, and Aaron Smith, Editorial Director for ProjectsAtWork share pro tips for using agile metrics to measure the success of your transformation. In Part 2, Jerry Odenwelder, product manager, and Andy Powell, product evangelist, discuss how the VersionOne agile application lifecycle management (agile ALM) platform, provides the visibility needed to measure agile transformation success.


Agile Success = Team Success: Tuning the Agile Team Engine

People are what make the impossible possible and agile teams, like race car engines, require regular maintenance and tuning to keep them humming along. In Part 1, Aaron Smith, editorial director of ProjectsAtWork, and Tom Wessel, consulting managing director at Davisbase, discuss the techniques and tools to help build, fine-tune and maintain successful agile teams. In Part 2, Bob Vincent, product manager, and Andy Powell, product evangelist, at VersionOne share an "Agile Coaches Guide to VersionOne".


Scaling Agile to the Program & Portfolio Levels

In Part 1 of this webinar series, David Rubinstein, editor-in-chief for SD Times, along with Dave Gunther and Mike McLaughlin, both agile coaches with VersionOne, explore the five key questions you need to consider when scaling agile to the program and portfolio levels. In Part 2, Andy Powell, product evangelist for VersionOne, discusses how an agile application lifecycle management (agile ALM) platform can help you scale enterprise agility faster, easier and smarter.


Adding UX Value to Agile Development: Creating Applications Customers Love

Jeffrey Hammond from Forrester Research explores how world-class user experience design practices can be integrated into agile development, ultimately helping you create game-changing customer experiences. In addition, experts from TandemSeven and VersionOne demonstrate how their tools—UX360 and VersionOne—integrate seamlessly to bridge the gap between UX design and agile development.


Agile Leadership for the Enterprise

While collaborative, open, innovative, and agile cultures are highly desired by CEOs and employees alike, they remain out of reach for most organizations. In fact, in the 2013 State of Agile survey, 52% of the responses said that the ability to change organizational cultures is the most significant barrier to further adoption of agile practices.

Join David Rubinstein, editor-in-chief of SD Times, and Pete Behrens, well-known leadership and organizational agility coach with Trail Ridge Consulting, for insights into how agile leadership competencies can drive culture change and agile success.


Collaboration that Scales
Connecting Teams and Programs Via Essential Conversations

In Part 1 of this webinar series, David Hussman, well-known agility coach, instructor, and practitioner, shares insights into the essentials you need to know to successfully expand the power of effective collaboration and the delivery of great software. In Part 2, Andy Powell, Product Evangelist, and Bob Vincent, Product Manager, demonstrate how VersionOne provides the most advanced end-to-end framework for enabling enterprise-wide collaboration and decision-making.


Accelerate Enterprise Agile Adoption with Scaled Agile Framework®

In Part 1 of this webinar series, Dean Leffingwell, software industry veteran and Lean Systems Society Fellow, shares an overview of Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe). In Part 2, Andy Powell and Lee Cunningham demonstrate how VersionOne supports SAFe at the portfolio, program and team levels.


Are You Working on the Right Stuff?

Find out how to take agility beyond the team and start using agile techniques at the strategic planning level. Learn what agile portfolio management really is, how it can help your organization and what you need to do to get started.


The Role of the Project Manager in Modern Agile Projects

This session starts with 10 critical project success factors and relates them to the overall value and purpose of a project manager.


Selling Agile to Management

This talk discusses how lean methods, coupled with agile teams are essential in achieving the goals of management: shorter time to market, schedule flexibility, predictability and visibility.


Is Managing Agile an Oxymoron?

This session will cover ideas for managers and for working with managers, both good and evil. It is time to stop arguing and start focusing on the real enemies: duplication and lack of integration.


Agile Release Planning by Example

This webinar is designed for all members of an agile team, including product owners and other stakeholders, who know how to plan from iteration to iteration but aren’t yet comfortable with how to do effective release planning.


Scaling Product Ownership

This webinar discusses the complexities of maintaining effective product ownership as agile expands throughout the enterprise and why organizations must support product ownership in order to be serious about agile.


The Hybrid PMO

How can PMOs bridge the gap between executive management weaned on plan-driven methods and predictability, and teams operating with agility in the face of uncertainty? How can they create a consistent reporting framework applicable to both agile and non-agile teams and communicate all-around progress effectively?


More Process is Not the Path to Scaling Agility

This webinar focuses on how outcome based thinking creates an approach that produces and promotes learning. Instead of focusing on any one process, this session teaches you how to use agile practices and lean thinking to determine the least amount of process that increases value and promotes learning.


Agile Teams at Scale: Beyond Scrum of Scrums

Agile methods depend on effective cross-functional teams. We’ve heard many Agile success the team level. But what happens when a product can’t be delivered by one team? What do you do when the "team" that’s needed to work on a particular product is 20 people? Or 20 teams?


Achieving Business Agility at the Portfolio Level

In Part I of this webinar series, Mike Cottmeyer from LeadingAgile explains what agility means at the portfolio and program levels, and how it differs from traditional plan-driven approaches. In Part II, Andy Powell demonstrates how to implement enterprise agile using VersionOne.