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An integrated version control system is a major part of MPMM Professional. It helps you to manage multiple projects simultaneously. It also enables you to create and manage your own wiki, bug tracker, and issue tracker. Use MPMM Professional to build your own agile project management methodology in minutes. MPMM Professional's interactive workflow allows you to add workflow components directly into your project plan. You can create a continuous project plan which gives you an easy overview of your work. Features Features of MPMM Professional: Collaborate with your team, Provide a single source of truth, Launch your projects in parallel, Provide an interactive project plan, Add and manage artifacts and deadlines, View and interact with multiple user profiles in one instance, Improve task efficiency, Automate your deliverables, and Reduce project risk Supported Projects MPMM Professional supports projects based on the following methodologies: Waterfall Agile Incremental Spiral Scrum MPMM Professional is the tool of choice for Scrum and other agile projects. Reception MPMM Professional has been used in over 14,000 organizations, and has been rated as the number 1 Project Management tool by Upwork. It has been listed as one of the top 50,000 most downloaded apps on the Google Play Store, and it is also available on the iOS app store. See also Agile project management Product Management References External links Official website Category:Project management software Category:Product managementActualités “In the old days, John Mayer would have never played, and Tom Petty would have never played, for many of the same reasons that we’re playing now.” It’s no secret that artists and bands from the U.S. rock scene are frequently frustrated with the financial system. Deadheads don’t know what other people are talking about, they say, when they’re complaining that the ticket prices are too high. But Jonny shows that they have other reasons for playing and recording, besides financial ones. Many bands don’t perform live anymore because they don’t make enough money on the road to pay for food and hotels. They play smaller and smaller clubs. And they’re not popular enough to get rich off of touring and recordings.