A: The dates you get don’t give you any idea of the risk whether you will miss your deadline or not. Projectr, however, gives you the statistical probability that you will deliver your project/feature on time. This information will help you commit to realistic deadlines for your projects.
A: We use the statistical principles recommended by project estimation thought leaders such as Douglas Hubbard, Troy Magennis and Larry Maccherone. Similar methods are used extensively in risk management, physics, engineering and finance. If you would like to learn more specifics you can contact us here.
A: We don't store your data on our servers. Besides we only needs date, so no big risks here.
A: We’re a team of developers in Krakow, Poland and we’re passionate about answering the question: “when will it be ready?”. We like to help developers spend less time estimating and more time coding.
A: Yes, the more data the better. If there have been significant team changes that will affect the quality of the estimate.
A: We recommend that you have at least 15 completed tasks but the more the better. If you have less than 15 tasks, you will still be able to get an estimate but be careful how you use it.