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Attribute Ratings

  • Digital.ai Agility is rated higher in 1 area: Likelihood to Recommend

Likelihood to Recommend

6.4

BugTracker.net

64%
2 Ratings
8.4

Digital.ai Agility

84%
9 Ratings

Likelihood to Renew

7.2

BugTracker.net

72%
2 Ratings

Digital.ai Agility

N/A
0 Ratings

Support Rating

BugTracker.net

N/A
0 Ratings
9.2

Digital.ai Agility

92%
4 Ratings

Likelihood to Recommend

Open Source

See above. Recommended questions: What type of feedback or tracking will we be doing? Will this need to be client-facing? How will we track content edits? How many users will be assigned to issues in a given project?
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Digital.ai (formerly XebiaLabs, CollabNet VersionOne, and Arxan)

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 issues 5) 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 collaboration Scenarios 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

Open Source

  • Ability to split our multiple projects and assign a user base.
  • Ability to set permissions based on user base/ roles.
  • Customization of fields on a project level.
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Digital.ai (formerly XebiaLabs, CollabNet VersionOne, and Arxan)

  • Automated saving of changes, no records can be lost because all items are saved in real-time.
  • The watch function, optional but beneficial when managing multiple teams or projects.
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Cons

Open Source

  • User interface for client-facing feedback
  • Content and design updates tracking
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Digital.ai (formerly XebiaLabs, CollabNet VersionOne, and Arxan)

  • Saving of changes is inconsistent. Sometimes the changes appear to save automatically and other times the user needs to click the "Apply" button. Until the user is familiar with when this needs to happen, work can easily be lost.
  • This may be a setup configuration issue, but it would be good to be able to set the default team when creating stories. Too often stories are created and the user forgets to enter the team and they need to search the entire database for the story that was just created.
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Pricing Details

BugTracker.net

Starting Price

Editions & Modules

BugTracker.net editions and modules pricing
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    Offerings

    Free Trial
    Free/Freemium Version
    Premium Consulting/Integration Services

    Entry-level set up fee?

    No setup fee

    Additional Details

    Digital.ai Agility

    Starting Price

    Editions & Modules

    Digital.ai Agility editions and modules pricing
    EditionModules

    Footnotes

      Offerings

      Free Trial
      Free/Freemium Version
      Premium Consulting/Integration Services

      Entry-level set up fee?

      No setup fee

      Additional Details

      Likelihood to Renew

      Open Source

      I would plan on renewing and staying with BugTracker.net simply because it is a no nonsense easy to use tool. Once you get it set up and understand the small nuances with this custom piece of software, it really is a great tool to help your organization get started with Defect Management and BugTracking without having to drop several thousands of dollars on tools that are more fluff than function.
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      Digital.ai (formerly XebiaLabs, CollabNet VersionOne, and Arxan)

      No answers on this topic

      Support Rating

      Open Source

      No answers on this topic

      Digital.ai (formerly XebiaLabs, CollabNet VersionOne, and Arxan)

      VersionOne provides outstanding training. They have Product Owner training that I recommend every Product Owner attend. They have scrum master training and other agile training that was well worth the money paid because it made the teams more productive. And the support for the tool is incredible. These people live and breathe Agile and are evangelists and enthusiasts.
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      Alternatives Considered

      Open Source

      I didn't choose the product or evaluate other options, but I've been satisified with it except for tracking content changes.
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      Digital.ai (formerly XebiaLabs, CollabNet VersionOne, and Arxan)

      Basecamp functions much differently from Version One and serves a different purpose, so it's kind of like comparing apples and oranges. However, both V1 and Basecamp have their pros and cons. V1 makes it easier to manage Agile processes, but Basecamp is more user-friendly and can be used for broader purposes. At our organization, we utilize both products. V1 is what we use to manage processes internally, and Basecamp is what we use to manage client-facing processes. If our organization wasn't Agile, I would prefer to use Basecamp for all project management (internal and client-facing), and have done so at previous organizations for which I've worked
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      Return on Investment

      Open Source

      • Decreased turn around time for defect fixes.
      • Smoother builder deploys
      • Clearer communication from QA to Dev Team
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      Digital.ai (formerly XebiaLabs, CollabNet VersionOne, and Arxan)

      • I came in near the end of our use of VersionOne (we are migrating to Jira), and I don't operate or think at the business return (ROI) level. I'm not the one to comment on this!
      • I suspect that V1 added much clarity to the prioritization of work, and added visibility across entire teams. So I assume that it had a positive impact on returns.
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