Many of our customers have reported that using Velocity actually lets them give their teams more autonomy. 

When information is siloed, and you have to tap shoulders and hold meetings to get a sense of what’s going on, team members feel like they’re not being trusted. Whether they’re moving at lightning speed or they’re running into problems, they feel like managers are hovering over their shoulders whenever they’re checking in.

Velocity helps you break through though silos and get a better sense of what’s on everyone’s plate. This cuts away unnecessary check-ins and lets you lend support only when your team truly needs it. 

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