We needed a tool to manage our training and development projects. I had tried other tools in the past, but so many of the tools that are available out there don't come with any help unless you pay additional fees to just ask some questions of a person and get some basic help on usage. So, we elected to build our own tool after a colleague came across Kintone and wanted to use it to build a tool to catalog and manage our training content. We realized that since this was a tool that allowed us to create our own apps to manage our internal processes we could create an app that mirrored how we want to work and not how some external vendor thought we should work. I was connected with a developer at Sympo, who was experienced with building in the Kintone environment and we got started. We need to record general information about our project, description, team members, deliverables, etc. We needed an environment where we could track and manage how long our projects take, and finally, do we provide all of the information to the rest of our team that manages other processes outside of development, i.e. content manager, LMS delivery for learning, pilots for ILTs, pre-requisites, etc. and all of that is now kept in our Kintone project management tool. The good thing about Kintone is that you can build whatever you want, but what needs to be kept front of mind is that if you want this tool to manage a process you need your process to be pretty clearly thought out and documented. It didn't take us too long to get the initial framework built and we can continue to tweak it until it is as close to perfect as needed. We continue to tweak it and are now in the process of creating a request form that will interface with Kintone for intake of new training project requests and transfer to our management app if we approve the request.