We need access to your Trello account in order to import your boards into Kerika. We will use this access only for importing your boards.
The access will last only 1 hour and we will not be able to make any changes to any of your Trello boards.
If this is OK, please continue to Trello's authorization screen.
Many of our users "self-serve": they find Kerika on their own, often through the Google Workspace Marketplace, Box App Store, Chrome Web Store, Apple App Store, or Google Play Store, and they do just fine with getting going on their own.
And that's great, because we try hard to make Kerika an easy-to-use product that anyone, anywhere, can just pick up and be productive with in seconds.
And others have welcomed our help as they transition from a traditional "Waterfall" project management philosophy to a Lean or Agile model, particularly when this involves distributed teams.
For those who need help, Kerika is happy to provide professional services to help ease that organizational transformation.
We have helped a number of organizations from the private sector, the public sector, and the nonprofit world successfully transition to a Lean/Agile model, particularly when this involves distributed teams.
And we would be happy to help you, too.
We provide on-site training for organizations and teams that are new to visual task management, Lean, Agile, Scrum or Kanban.
Our training emphasizes the practical use of Kerika within the customer's organization: rather than provide only a theoretical overview of the tool, the training always involves real teams working on real projects.
A typical training program will consist of 3 sessions, each of 2-3 hours duration, organized as follows:
These engagements are typically short and highly focused on specific teams or departments. They may last just a few days, or a couple of weeks, with follow-up visits to check on progress.
We do custom software development for organizations that are already using Kerika, that have been referred to us by existing customers. We have limited resources for such projects, so we have to frequently decline requests from organizations that do not already have a close relationship with us. Sorry about that.