Simple steps to solve a complex problem

Organizations using Kelloo make better decisions about resource allocation, improve resource forecasting and focus their resources on the projects that matter. 

Kelloo supports resource planning for both agile teams and non-agile teams.

Here is how Kelloo works

The resource plan is a bird’s eye view of who is working on what when. It helps you understand what projects you can deliver with the resources available and what changes you can make to get more done.

#1 Enter your work

Plan agile and non agile

Assign a resource or team and estimate work in days or story points.

Edit sprint

#2 Set your priorities

See what work you can do

Using work priority and resource capacity, Kelloo shows you the projects you can do and which work has resource issues.

Set priority

#3 Fine tune your schedule

Get the right people on the right projects

Adjust resource allocations and fine tune schedules to maximize the use of your resources. 

As you adjust your plans, you see the impact on your resources and portfolio straight away.
Change priority

#4 Review utilization and capacity

Understand resource pinch points

Keep tabs on resource utilization and resolve resource allocation problems. 

Understand when you need to bring more people onto your team to deliver your projects.

Utilization

#5 Kelloo loves change

Capacity planning helps you understand the impact of changes

Use capacity planning and scenario planning to figure out what will happen if you increase resource levels, re-allocate work or move projects around.

Capacity planning adjustments

#6 See the big picture

Projects, resources and priorities in perfect alignment

You can’t do everything so ensure your resources are working on the most valuable projects for your organization. Explore and compare different portfolio options until you find the one that works for you.

Resource planning scenario

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A better way to manage your projects and resources. 

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