As you move from release to release, OnTime Scrum will automatically update the burndown chart to reflect the current data. Our burndown charts make project management easy.
OnTime provides you with precise burndown charts and velocities, based on your original estimates, actual hours worked, and estimated time remaining for user stories and defects. It can even automate some of the time entries. For example, you set up a workflow step called "Ready for Testing" that automatically sets the time remaining to 1 hour and another step called "User Story Complete" that will automatically set the time remaining to zero. You can also require a worklog entry each time a user story is advanced along the workflow. It's entirely up to you.
You may not have a crystal ball, but with burndown charts, you can see your team's progress empirically charted against the projected progress you had in mind for a given project. At a glance, see if you're moving at the pace you planned, whether you're going to ship early or if you'll need to make changes to reach that ship date in time.