Blueprint Software Systems

Storyteller

4 / 5 1 review

Who Uses This Software?

Enterprise businesses transitioning to Agile.


Average Ratings

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  • 4 / 5
    Overall
  • 5 / 5
    Ease of Use
  • 4 / 5
    Customer Service

Product Details

  • Starting Price
    Not provided by vendor
  • Deployment
    Cloud, SaaS, Web
    Installed - Mac
    Installed - Windows
  • Training
    Documentation
    Webinars
    Live Online
    In Person
  • Support
    Online
    Business Hours
    24/7 (Live Rep)

Vendor Details

  • Blueprint Software Systems
  • www.blueprintsys.com
  • Founded 2004
  • Canada

About Storyteller

Blueprint's new flagship offering, Storyteller, empowers even non-technical stakeholders to auto-generate user stories and acceptance criteria, and push them to the Agile task management tool of choice. It enhances business and IT alignment, streamlines engagement, and removes bottlenecks.


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Storyteller Features

  • Administrator Level Control
  • Defect Tracking
  • Iteration Planning
  • Project Management
  • Release Management
  • Requirements Review
  • Task Management
  • Test Case Tracking
  • User Level Management
  • Version Control

Storyteller Reviews Recently Reviewed!


Storyteller cuts through the documentation clutter

Jan 17, 2018
4/5
Overall
5 / 5
Ease of Use
5 / 5
Features & Functionality
4 / 5
Customer Support
5 / 5
Value for Money
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Pros: Having worked on many software projects, the one challenge for many stakeholders are developing quality user stories. They're critical for requirement development. What I like most about Storyteller is it streamlines developing user stories by using an automated process. For example...

- It offers visuals to enhance requirement clarification.
- The backend automates the generation of story criteria using a template format.
- Unlimited user walk-through functionality helps keep track of all possible uses.

If you've ever wondered if there's a solution to trace and analyze changes to stories, you'll absolutely Storyteller.

Cons: The only con using Storyteller is you need to understand it does a lot with the automation of user stories. So you need to work in an agile mentality. So dev teams believe they're agile until you review their workflow. Storyteller forces users to focus purely on the 3D benefits of agile workflow.

Overall: The benefits I get from using Storyteller are standardizing all facets of user story writing and automating the process for streamlined workflows.