Axosoft

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Axosoft
Developer(s) Axosoft LLC
Initial release 2002 (2002)
Stable release 14.1.1 / May 3, 2014 (2014-05-03)
Written in C#, .NET
Operating system Cross-platform
Type Bug tracking system, Project management software
License Proprietary, SaaS
Website axosoft.com

Axosoft (formerly OnTime) is a proprietary project management and bug tracking system, available as hosted or on-premises software.[1] Project managers and developers are able to visually see each task, requirement, defect and incident in the system on individual filing cards through the Scrum planning board.[2]

Axosoft operates within a web browser, and has the capabilities to integrate with Microsoft Visual Studio and TortoiseSVN.[1][3]

Features[edit]

In Axosoft, the major features include support for the following software artifacts:[4]

Customers and Recognition[edit]

Customers[edit]

Some of the companies that use Axosoft include Nike Inc., Siemens AG, Xerox Corp., Verizon Wireless, EA Sports, Disney, Lego, Intel, and the U.S. Army.[5][6]

Recognition[edit]

In November 2010, Axosoft OnTime was named the Microsoft Visual Studio Magazine 2010 Readers Choice Award Winner for the Collaboration, Project Management and Agile Solutions category.[7]

  • 2007 SD Times 100[8]
  • Visual Studio Reader's Merit Award 2007[9]
  • Visual Studio Reader's Merit Award 2009[10]
  • Visual Studio Reader's Merit Award 2010[11]
  • 2004 Jolt Product Excellence & Productivity Awards[12]
  • 2007 Annual Jolt Product Excellence & Productivity Awards[12]
  • 2006 ASP.NET Pro Reader's Choice[13]
  • 2007 ASP.NET Pro Reader's Choice[14]
  • 2008 ASP.NET Pro Reader's Choice[15]
  • 2009 ASP.NET Pro Reader's Choice[16]

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