The new release of in-STEP BLUE offers users improved activity planning in the WebApp, which enables an overview of deadlines and costs with a Gantt chart. When planning resources, immediate notifications help prevent overloading an employee and notifications can also be attached to employees’ planned hours. Navigation in team planning has been simplified. Multi-project branching is now also an option to allow requirements and test specifications to be easily transferred from one project to another.
microTOOL GmbH was founded in 1984 and develops software for IT project management, requirements engineering and application life cycle management. In-STEP BLUE (previously in-Step) has been on the market since 1997. It offers templates for process models like the V model XT, PRINCE2, Scrum, HERMES and SPICE for Automotive, and also maps and supports custom processes and workflows. The broad functional spectrum covers the disciplines of project management, multi-project management, requirements management, configuration management, document management, quality management, risk management, process management and test management. The software is often used by businesses in the automotive industry, medical technology and the public sector to fulfil detailed IT compliance requirements.
Version 6.3 is now available in German and English. All the changes delivered by Version 6.3 can be read in the current changelog: https://www.microtool.de/en/support/#instepblue. A free in-STEP BLUE Personal Edition is available at: https://www.microtool.de/en/project-management-with-in-step-blue/download/.
microTOOL is based in Berlin and has been a leading German provider of tools and services for project management, requirements engineering and model-driven software development for more than 30 years. All over the world more than 5,600 companies and 125,000 users of various industries and sizes utilize microTOOL’s solutions: objectiF RPM, objectiF RM and in-STEP BLUE.
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