Trusted by 600+ engineering teams worldwide:
Teams need visibility into their ways of working to make better decisions. Use proven actionable insights to unblock the flow, align engineering with business objectives, and drive continuous improvement.
Insight starts with transparency. Gain visibility into your engineering pipeline with actionable insights on flow & velocity, CI/CD practices, code quality and many other.
Up to 60% of all work doesn’t get reflected on the roadmap. Swarmia shows the effect of unplanned work, bugs, scope creep, and technical debt on your plans and helps teams to regain focus on key initiatives.
Best teams improve all the time. Build new team habits by adopting and measuring working agreements followed by the industry’s best-performing teams.
There’s no single right way to build software. We adapt to your team's tools, rituals and challenges.
Best teams focus on team performance, not individual performance. Swarmia is not a tool for stalking developers.
Best teams improve all the time. Our tools are build to have a long-lasting impact on team productivity.
Its not all about cycle time. You can reach 10x velocity without compromising on product quality or team health.
Getting accurate historical data across tools is hard. Our automation ensures all work is assigned to the right issues and the right people.
Industry best security practices are in our DNA. We also conduct internal and external security audits every six months.
Don't see your tool? We are always working on adding new integrations.
Swarmia connects with GitHub, Jira and other systems to provide engineering organizations with a holistic picture of how they work and where they can improve.
Based on this data and our research on industry’s best-performing teams, engineering teams identify anti-patterns and blockers, and agree on improvement areas.
Swarmia integrates with team routines and sends automated notifications based on team goals to build feedback loops and drive long-term productivity improvements in the following areas:
Swarmia is used by Engineering Leaders, Product Leaders and Engineering Managers, while providing context and saving time for individual developers.
We're seen tools that focus on measuring individual productivity, but that doesn't result in long-term productivity improvement, and creates distrust between leadership and engineering teams. We create a shared language for the entire organization, providing engineering teams with data to improve their own work. In Swarmia everyone gets to see the same insights - CTOs have the same access as engineering interns.
We don’t have a team size requirement. Engineering organizations of our customers range from 20 to several 100s of developers.
It takes less than 10 minutes for initial setup. You’ll get first insights immediately. Teams can be onboarded later at any time, it takes a couple of minutes per team to put things in place.
Many common team blockers can be identified and removed within two weeks. We’ve seen teams achieving a sharp productivity increase in 4–6 weeks. Long-lasting improvement requires commitment from both leadership and teams.
When you sign up, you get a snapshot of your team health based on your data for free. Once we proceed with onboarding, Swarmia's pricing is based on the number of developers in your organization, and there's a 60-day money-back guarantee.
If you're a startup with less than 25 developers, contact us for a special offer.
Keeping your data secure is our top priority. We don’t store source code files and use only metadata about your organization, repositories and issue tracker data to run analysis on our side. We’re open to a security review to make Swarmia work for your organization.
Additionally, we run internal and external security audits twice a year.
Read more about our commitment to data security.
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