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Score 7.8 out of 100
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Score 7.9 out of 100

Likelihood to Recommend

Digital.ai TeamForge, formerly from CollabNet

CollabNet TeamForge is more well-suited for technically knowledgeable users such as developers, systems analysts, QA but not for non-technical users due to the technical data used throughout the tool. CollabNet TeamForge is appropriate for most applications development. In any industry especially suited for high demand software delivery environments.
Trung Pham | TrustRadius Reviewer

Jama Connect

The Review Center is a very useful tool where you can share the project with read-only access to a large group and manage comments and reviews without giving access to the actual project page. The stats can be maintained on who has completed their review and progress can be monitored. It is well well suited for all SDLC methodologies and very effective in both Agile and Waterfall models. Automation of test runs and uploading of results with the application is still not possible at the moment. Needs to be stored in a spreadsheet and imported into Jama.
Nikhil Turaga | TrustRadius Reviewer

Pros

Digital.ai TeamForge, formerly from CollabNet

  • Code security.
  • Code migration.
  • Agile tie-in.
James Milholen | TrustRadius Reviewer

Jama Connect

  • Product requirements: a nice and easy way of writing requirements, keeping them classified and organized
  • Requirements review: the information to review is displayed intuitively in the User Interface and adding your review comments is enabled for every line item in an individual paragraph
  • Administration: for a cloud application the administrative features are extensive with an acceptable level of details
Cristian Bodnarasec | TrustRadius Reviewer

Cons

Digital.ai TeamForge, formerly from CollabNet

  • I would like to see personalization for managing artifacts, that is, allowing the user to customize pages and save personalized settings and then save them as bookmarks.
  • I would like an improved subversion browser such as a graphical user interface rather than a basic file explorer.
  • I would like built in features for CollabNet TeamForge integrated with subversion so that i can associate my private code branches and code changes.
Trung Pham | TrustRadius Reviewer

Jama Connect

  • The newer versions of Jama seemingly do not show reviews with just the sections that have been changed. This makes navigation difficult as you have to go through each section to see if there have been changes made.
  • Jama connector used to come free for defect tracking (interfaced with JIRA), but now it does not so the process has become manual.
Thai Trinh, CSM | TrustRadius Reviewer

Likelihood to Renew

Digital.ai TeamForge, formerly from CollabNet

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Jama Connect

Jama Connect 5.5
Based on 1 answer
Jama Connect is not adding many extra features with their major releases. It showed launched new features, but those are not very useful for developers or creators working with Jama. From the performance side, Jama has been reduced it's performance in Jama 8 as compared to Jama 2015.5 from the functional perspective. The test suite must be provided by Jama to test the performance and function of things in our instance, but Jama doesn't provide it. Also, Jama requires a lot of manual intervention for adding users.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Usability

Digital.ai TeamForge, formerly from CollabNet

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Jama Connect

Jama Connect 5.5
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Jama is mostly designed for requirement gathering, but that can be possible using JIRA if we add only approval type of plugin for special requirement types. Jama's performance and features do not improve on a periodic basis i.e. with each release. Even bug fixes take a lot of time and they don't care about customer impact.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Reliability and Availability

Digital.ai TeamForge, formerly from CollabNet

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Jama Connect

Jama Connect 7.3
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Jama is available most of the time if it is used within the application's boundary. Jama has very good availability if we use very high hardware servers. Sometimes we face issues if there are batch operations running.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Performance

Digital.ai TeamForge, formerly from CollabNet

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Jama Connect

Jama Connect 8.2
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With performance compared to JIRA, I do recommend Jama in this case. Jama provides very good performance, it loads immediately for any of the items and searches any item immediately. Performance is really good in all of the operations including creating stories, epics, item types or other support operations or report generation.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Support Rating

Digital.ai TeamForge, formerly from CollabNet

Digital.ai TeamForge, formerly from CollabNet 9.0
Based on 2 answers
They always answer the phone when we put a call in, any time. They have consistently sent out contractors when needed and were there every step of the way when we switched over from ClearCase to TeamForge years ago. The support is what you really pay for when you buy into TeamForge.
James Milholen | TrustRadius Reviewer

Jama Connect

Jama Connect 6.9
Based on 2 answers
They typically answer within minutes of posting a ticket, and then you have a clear expectation of what the issue is, how to diagnose it, how long will it take to get resolved, and in which version a given problem is resolved, or if there is a patch for hosted services. They have a number of support people, and all of them are top-notch.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Implementation Rating

Digital.ai TeamForge, formerly from CollabNet

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Jama Connect

Jama Connect 7.3
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Jama 2015.5 implementation is very smooth and no need for much manual work. Jama 8 has many challenges and we can not install it as smoothly as Jama 2015.5. Initially, Jama didn't provide the Jama 8's installer files or zip files and they were just providing docker files to everyone (which was really strange). It is the worst that they don't provide all the files at a time. Why should they tell us where we should deploy, and why only a dockerfile? I am not very satisfied with Jama implementation.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Alternatives Considered

Digital.ai TeamForge, formerly from CollabNet

CollabNet TeamForge is superior to Mercury mainly because it has a subversion change management tool integrated with the product. CollabNet TeamForge offers more complexity but with more flexibility for managing and tracking projects. I think
CollabNet TeamForge is more comprehensive than either Mercury and JIRA. They're all user friendly tools with short learning curves but CollabNet TeamForge is most efficient in my experience.
JIRA was recently adopted for particular applications and is currently being evaluated by various technology teams.
Trung Pham | TrustRadius Reviewer

Jama Connect

Jama has a lot going for it. Although it may not seamlessly plug in from the get-go into ALM tools or be an ALM tool itself, I believe it has a very bright future. In comparison to Rational Doors, we believe for our needs, it is much more of an bang-for-the-buck and feature rich for the amount of time needed to get up and running. We believe it is also more stable than Doors. Since it is not an ALM application, it would not be fair to compare it to one but if Jama expands into that market aggressively, it can be a viable player.
Fred Sookiasian | TrustRadius Reviewer

Scalability

Digital.ai TeamForge, formerly from CollabNet

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Jama Connect

Jama Connect 5.5
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There is no horizontal scalability available in Jama, we have only one choice to scale it vertically. But vertical scalable applications always have limitations to grow. In this case, Jama doesn't support horizontal scalability functions like multi-node architectures with a shared drive for the home directory.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Return on Investment

Digital.ai TeamForge, formerly from CollabNet

  • Unfortunately, I do not have access to ROI information.
James Milholen | TrustRadius Reviewer

Jama Connect

  • All the innovation-centric companies are adopting Jama. They have big customers like SpaceX, NASA, Fairchild Semiconductor to name a few. They also have very small companies and startups as their customers. One can conclude that the ROI is surely positive and significant.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

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Pricing Details

Digital.ai TeamForge, formerly from CollabNet

General

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

Jama Connect

General

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

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