Silver Catalyst Reviewed on the Six Ninjas Blog

Posted on January 9th, 2009 in Silver Catalyst by siddharta || 6 Comments

Paul Jackson over at the Six Ninjas Blog has written about his initial experiences with Silver Catalyst:

The founder of the company, Siddharta Govindaraj, has hit the nail on the head by developing a Scrum PM app which is simple to use, intuitive, informative and FUN!

Check out the whole review: Neat online Scrum management tool

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6 Responses to “Silver Catalyst Reviewed on the Six Ninjas Blog”

  1. Ramkrishnan Narayanan Says:

    The link appears to be broken.

  2. siddharta Says:

    The link is okay, but looks like that server is down

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    We deelintfiy need more smart people like you around.

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