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Endeavour Software Project Management Beta 1.0 Released

10.26.2009
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Endeavour Software Project Management is an Open Source solution to manage the creation of large-scale enterprise systems in an iterative and incremental development process. It features support for Use Case management, Iterations, Project Plan, Change Requests, Defect Tracking, Test Cases, Tasks, Document management, Reports and many other process artifacts by leveraging the power of a robust rich client web based application in an easy to install and intuitive solution with cross-browser compatibility.

This version represents a great milestone in our efforts since it is feature complete and it positions us a few steps away from releasing the first GA version targeted before the end of this year. We'd like to encourage everyone who's been following this project since its inception to download the latest version and send us evaluation contributions and features requests through our project forums available at:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/endeavour-mgmt/forums

New features in Beta 1.0 include:

  • Project Wiki integration errors fixed.
  • Security Group module implemented allowing granular configuration access to features based on privilege settings.
  • Search criteria fields implemented in Use Case, Defects, Change Requests and Task listing views.
  • Over 150 issues were fixed and the system is much more stable than the previous version.


In all we've put a lot of effort in creating a software project management solution that provides a great tool for collaboration among project stakeholders, makes project monitoring easier for project managers and that is intuitive, fast and easy to install.

This release is available for download at:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/endeavour-mgmt/

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