NP Score: 66
Based on 6 reviews
|June 16, 2010|
Net Promoter Score Definition
Net Promoter Score (NPS) is an attempt to distill into a single value, what users of a company’s products think of it. Users are asked a single question along the lines of “How likely are you to recommend this product to a friend or coworker?”, which is the question used by the UserStories.com website. A product’s NPS is determined by subtracting the percentage of people unlikely to recommend the product (0-6) from those likely to do so (9-10). A more detailed description including examples is also available.
Easy to use
Martin Andersson rated it a 9 on (July 06, 2010)
Using it as project management system in our development department. We are working with scrum and are really happy with how it works. Easy to follow with the burn-down charts and the kanban-board (we use that as more of a planning board) as well.