eMailPlatform is a SaaS for marketing automation with an intuitive drag'n'drop editor for designing newsletters. Combined with plug'n'play integrations for easy setup of automated flows we have a complex platform and our teams are naturally asking for a project tool helping us to stay agile and innovative with cross-department processes. We are using RestyaBoard with great succes for our daily SCRUM. Our bug reports and task management across boards between our customer and application departments are all handled with the help of RestyaBoard to our complete satisfaction.
We are very happy with Restya. Restya simplifies our project management so very much, its use is intuitive and aesthetic. That's just as important to us. Thanks also for the very great support.
We had initially looked at using Restyaboard to help us with tasks and projects for the IT team. We also have teams within the business whom started to use the system with little to no need to train them. Being such an easy platform, it has been well adopted. In addition, the support has been great and very responsive.
RMT have recently gone live with Restyaboard (0.6.3) including three plugins "ElasticSearch", "Gantt View" and "Hide Card Additional Information". From an IT perspective RMT did experience some issues with the installation process (linux) however they were easily resolved by our technical staff. RMT have yet to go through an upgrade so I am unable to comment on that process. Functionally RMT was a Trello user however Restyaboard has enabled us to internalise the security of information captured and manage the collaboration of information within the bounds of our company network. Restyaboard has provided easy import of Trello boards (like for like) with some post import user clean up required. Time will tell on the long term viability of Restyaboard to continue to meet RMT requirements however it is currently meeting all the "look and feel", functional and collaboration demands of the user base, making Restyaboard a good fit and good Trello replacement.
I've been using Restya board for few weeks now to develop a personal animated short movie. This tool is extremely flexible and can be adapted to any kind of workflow. I firstly used it as a brainstorm tool, dropping all my references as new card, and dragging them around to make consistency in my ideas. In the same fashion I was able to build my story in a fresh board, making a new list for each step, stasis, trigger, climax, resolution. I'm currently starting the visual development, making images from my ideas, that's how I started to be more organized, making proper asset for each character, props, location. I guess this tool is mostly used by programmers but I like the idea that we all share the same kind of process with a different naming convention. As my project is going bigger I'm looking forward, see how I can manage a team of 2 to 4 artists spread around a world. But now that I have Restya, everything should be simpler.