Taiga: The free and open-source project management tool
For cross-functional agile teams to work effectively
A featured-rich software that offers a very simple start through its intuitive user interface.
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"It was a 180-degree change. Less than a month after starting with Taiga, the stress level of the team went down dramatically. In a few months the relationship with the client had become stronger. "
New Business Director at Secuoyas
"Now more than ever we need a digital environment that supports an Agile form of working and Taiga does just that."
Consultant at Coolminds
Agile project management made easy, intuitive and effective
Define deliverables involving your full team to capture all team´s knowledge and secure buy in. Regularly align and (re)prioritize deliverables with the end user, to allow for timely pivots and assure the highest priority ones are completed in time.
Have daily stand-ups with the whole team. Share progress on agreed end products and discuss bottlenecks for a timely delivery. Promote risk-taking from team members to benefit both the individual and the team.
Stay on track
Provide visibility of ongoing activities & completed deliverables to the end user. Greater transparency into current resource & time allocation gives the end user a better understanding of state of- and effort needed for each deliverable & potential changes.
EASE OF USE
Start easy and evolve
Reflect and improve with the team on performance and ways of working. When needed, change workflows and activate more features. Intuitive user interface for cross-functional teams. No training and complex set up required.
100% Open source
Taiga on-premise hosting option is ideal for larger teams or multiple small teams that need to have all data on their own servers and/or want to customize Taiga:
Easy to update
Your choice of community contributions
Translated to >20 languages
Customize your installation
Unparalleled security and control
Open Source and Lean principles gave birth to Taiga
Taiga is an open-source project management software for cross-functional teams that work agile across both scrum and kanban frameworks.
Taiga's birth goes back to a Kaleidoshackathon in 2013. The team at Kaleidos, filled with frustration, couldn't find an intuitive and visually appealing tool to facilitate agile methodologies for both developers and designers. So, we did what was right. We decided to come up with a better tool and that's how Taiga's journey began!
In only a couple of years, Taiga was rolled out and immediately won "The Best Agile Tool” in the 2015 Agile Awards. Most recently, it was cited as one of the Top 7 project management tools for 2020 by OpenSource.com and it continues to be cited as one of the best agile project management tools with a worldwide footprint.
We are now busy working on the next iteration of Taiga, something we codenamed TaigaNext, and it will showcase the Kaleidos vision around lean and design processes, connecting our two products, both Taiga and Penpot together.
By the way, in case you're wondering, the name of Taiga comes after the boreal forest which lies across the subarctic region. It's strikingly beautiful from a distance but deadly if you enter the Taiga unprepared. A new project is like the Taiga forest, so we created our unique Taiga where you can start any project without any worry at all, we've got you covered. Just enjoy the Taiga!
The possibilities that our project management software offers, encompass a broad and flexible set of tools that will adapt to the nature of your team and the agile work methodology you use.
Intuitive and simple, yet feature complete Kanban board
Customization to fit your workflow including EPICS and sub-tasks
Multiple workflows with Swim lanes
Extensive filter options & search function
View options like zoom level and user story archive function
Possibility to switch over to Scrum and vice versa