There are two use cases we have for LeanKit.
I am part of an eight-member team and then we have a manager. We work at multiple different physical locations, and so we use LeanKit to manage our day-to-day project work. Our purpose is to keep track of how much time we're spending or plan to spend on things. We also use Enterprise One. The information is actually getting entered into Enterprise One, however, we use that connection between the two. We are putting in the project work that we're doing in LeanKit, and the primary reason for that is to be able to communicate with our manager who is working remotely.
The second thing that we're using it for is a hospital and a medical office where we have the leaders, so manager level personnel, working on strategic projects for improvements that are aligned to the strategic plan. We have our projects for that in LeanKit. Each project is one card and then we have all of our work on one board and we're using the OKR to help us visually and graphically show our performance improvement.