Innovative Product Release Management

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ReleasePlanner™ 2.0 is a propritery tool that integrates the experience and intuition of the human experts with the computational strength of optimization algorithms. ReleasePlanner™ has been proven successful with 500+ customers and trial projects. Release 2.0 incorporates innovations such as the ability to seamlessly exchange data with JIRA, when-to-release planning, and technical debt monitoring.


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Decisions in all business and technology areas are often based on the input of a variety of stakeholders. But how balancing all their conflicting opinions? The question is to aggregate all this information and to visualize the main findings that can be obtained out of it. The web‐based services provided by VBCLight. is assisting you to perform these processes more effectively and more efficient.



RASORP is an Optimized Staffing tool that can generate detailed Operational Plan based on the Release plans generated by ReleasePlanner. The tool is capable of advanced allocation with multiple resources and constraints.


Strategic Release Planning

  • Business Analysis
  • Market Analysis
  • Voice of Customers
  • Technical Strategy

Portfolio Management

  • Release Planning
  • Project Portfolio Planning
  • Product Road Mapping

Continuous Development

  • Usage Data Research
  • Technical Strategy
  • Consulting Services


Basic Plan

  • Up to 30 Users
  • 1 Project

Advanced Plan

  • Up to 100 Users
  • Up to 5 Projects

Premium Plan

  • Unlimited Users
  • Unlimited Projects
  • 3 Hours Free Consultancy Monthly

Real-time product management

This webinar shows how Real Time Product Management (RTPM) helps release managers make better decisions across the product management life cycle.


Innovative product road-mapping in consideration of Technical Debt

This webinar gives a systematic approach to perform innovative product road-mapping. Special emphasis is on evolving products with inherent technical debt, which needs to be balanced against developing new functionality.