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Likelihood to Recommend

AppZero

Best suited for applications where installing from scratch is not an option or a very difficult one. Migrating applications that you are familiar with, you have support for or have done in the past, via AppZero, in my experience, may become more time/resource consuming. In my environment it makes little sense for example to migrate an Office Suite via AppZero. Good at collapsing tiers (e.g. old application whose demand has waned and it no longer needs to serve large number of users). The score is awarded is a bit misleading, AppZero is invaluable when you have no other choice but for mainstream applications its value drops.
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VersionOne

Scenarios where it works well:1) Retros can be very well facilitated & notes/action items
can be captured against the sprint.2) Product Owner can effectively track the story
progress with all the test-cases, design etc.3) Being good scaling support, it provides good visibility
across multiple teams, programs and agile portfolios, providing a centralized
environment where all our stakeholders can easily work together regardless of location.4) It provides easy tracking all of your epics,
stories, themes, defects, tasks, tests and issues5) I like its intuitive UI as for moving stories
around, burning hours.6) It allows top leadership to visualize
and report their strategic plans, giving all stakeholders the relevant data
that they need to stay dedicated to the project priorities. 7) It can be easily integrated with slack
so for few teams we used slack for collaborationScenarios where it did not work well:1) Test Management need improvement in
terms of tracking tests, team had hard time tracking regression test cases.2) Version one comes with lot of features like
Rally but here we don’t get customizations which is there in Jira where from workflow
to issue everything can be customized based on your team/program/portfolio
requirements.3) Lot of navigation to access basic
stuff. Example I want to go to bug attachment , there are lt of clicks &
navigation need to do which should be pretty straightforward I feel.
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Pros

AppZero

  • When documentation regarding the implementation of an application is missing (e.g. old versions and support is prohibitive to obtain, or in case of homegrown applications) it becomes the tool available to perform the migration.
  • There is always a back-out option, and different approaches/attempts can be made.
  • Will provide you insight on what otherwise would be a "blackbox" application.
  • Allows you to consolidated multi-tiered applications into fewer/single tiers.
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VersionOne

  • VersionOne makes it easy to create stories and move them across teams, as needed.
  • VersionOne's team view gives the team a clear view of the work to be done, work in progress, and work completed. This is particularly useful to have as a visual aid in stand ups or during reviews.
  • VersionOne allows the team to track capacity and work for each story which is useful to determining if the story is still on track.
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Cons

AppZero

  • I'd like to see a more streamlined migration of applications relying on SQL.
  • I'd like to see better documentation, or perhaps labs/examples available.
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VersionOne

  • As a whole, Version One is not user-friendly. Without an intense familiarity of the app, it's often difficult to find things you're looking for. Given the complex reality of the customizability, I'm not sure if there's a way to make the interface simpler.
  • I would like the ability to add attachments and imbedded images more simply within user stories. Sometimes, It'd be helpful to have the ability to add a screenshot of a page at specific points within your user story.
  • From the Version One homepage, there is no clear CTA for users to login.
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Alternatives Considered

AppZero

I have not use any other application for this purpose. I've selected AppZero based on peer recommendation and found it to fulfill the functionality I was looking for.
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VersionOne

I didn't select JIRA myself, but JIRA has drag & drop capability for attachments; a better search engine; much more customization available per team; a cleaner look and feel; great integration with Zephyr for test case management; and story items are not as bloated with fields.
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Return on Investment

AppZero

  • It has certainly proved to be a worthwhile investment. There were cases where to migrate an application several versions behind with lapsed support would've been a many zeroes expense. Done via AppZero, it was a LOT cheaper.
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VersionOne

  • Visibility has been very positive for our group. The ability to simply see what everyone is working on really improves productivity.
  • Collaboration has also improved in our group. Our morning scrum meetings operate much smoother and there is less wasted time spent on hearing a problem or issue for the first time.
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Pricing Details

AppZero

General

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No

VersionOne

General

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No

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