It is normal for most teams that are just starting out with Kanban to put the traditional, physical implementation of the method into practice.

However, when you start to get the hang of it and reach a point where rapid process improvement becomes more difficult, you’ll need the added functionalities that Kanban software solutions provide (analytics, automation, portfolio management features, email integration, etc.) to support you along the way.

We rarely address the pain points that are bugging the teams that consider making a transition from physical to digital Kanban implementation. To change that, we decided to consult with the Kanban community and create a piece of content on the topic that can be helpful to those in doubt.

If you realize you’ve come to the point of considering a switch, check our concise guide on selecting the best Kanban software for your scenario.

Without further adieu, here’s our advice for choosing a Kanban software tool that will be able to scale your visual implementation to a new level comprised in the form of an infographic:

Kanban software selection guide infographic

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We would love to hear what you think is important to consider before choosing a Kanban software solution. Please share your thoughts in the comments section and if you want to learn more about Kanban software visit the dedicated resource section on our website.

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