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Experience Truly Agile Project Management

Deliver results that make sense to your customers more frequently. Gain customer trust by making your work visible to them. Help your teams to collaboratively decide the progress of projects without losing focus on what your customers want.


Managing Agile Teams and Projects is a breeze with Prakya!

Solutions, Portfolios, Programs, Projects, and Sprints perfectly aligned with business strategy and customer value!

Maximize Productivity

Maintain a razor sharp focus on what you want to do and maximize productivity with a clutter free Interface.

Capture Customer Needs

Develop a customer first culture by capturing customer needs in user stories, features and epics.

Deliver Relentlessly!

Use Kanban Boards, Dev Sprints and Release Bundles to deliver customer value release after release, relentlessly!

Orchestrate Visually

Build and track your projects visually, with 3ee6ty visual orchestrator. Start at the top and drill down to details.

Simplify Communication

Communicate seamlessly with messaging & video conferencing. No more switching tabs and context.

Share Relevant Information

Empower true team collaboration and contribution to meaningful decisions by sharing relevant data in real time.

A True Collaboration Tool

Stay away from doing work about work. Leave it to Prakya to do the heavy load lifting in creating visibility.

Frequently Asked Questions

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What are agile project management methodology advantages and disadvantages


  • Improved quality by breaking down the projects into sprints
  • Faster implementation and flexibility by using scrum framework
  • Minimum usage of resources reduces the wastage and improves the cost factor
  • Increased collaboration and feedback from the client provides transparency


  • Difficult to estimate the resources, cost and effort of the project if the client’s requirements during SDLC are unclear
  • More flexible and less rigid rules make the agile methodology implementation difficult
What is agile project management methodology

It’s a project management approach which practices a collaborative, iterative and incremental method of building a product, unlike a waterfall method which uses a horizontal incremental approach by building the product part by part. Whereas, the Agile method uses a vertical  incremental approach where the functional elements of the product are built successively or iteratively by giving a scope to improvement until the desired result is achieved.

What is agile project management approach

Agile project management uses an iterative approach during its complete life cycle by incorporating continuous testing and responds to the changes through customer collaboration. This approach takes a linear path which benefits the project throughout its lifecycle and not only at the end like other different project management approaches. The Agile method breaks the project into smaller pieces, prioritizes and then collaborates. The interaction with the customers is maintained at regular intervals throughout the project life cycle as it continuously learns the necessary changes and improvises.

What is agile project management software?

Agile project management software implements agile methodology which helps in managing heavy workloads and increases productivity and efficiency. The software helps in focusing on the higher priority tasks and the continuous changes made during the project life cycle. The software must pool up various reports such as progress reports of the project, percentage of completion, time tracking etc. It also should communicate the updates such as customer feedback and task lists with the teams involved and must be able assess the project by evaluating the performance and appraisals.

Is agile project management only for software?

Agile project management was initially envisioned for the software to improve the quality and performance of the projects as it follows the iterative and collaborative approaches. Having said, this methodology can also be applied to non software projects by adopting agile methodology. For example, any product which is not necessarily a software product can be developed by using the agile backlog feature which is nothing but an ordered list that makes the product. Any product can be developed by using an iterative approach leading to continuous improvement at different stages of the product development life cycle. Agile methodology is more generic in nature and does not pertain to a specific type of product development.