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Any Organization needs a platform that can fulfill business objectives and is easy to understand and handle. Jama Connect helps in achieving business goals by providing many efficient functionalities that are easy to understand and suitable to use in client projects.
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When compared to other technologies or approaches, Jama Connect can be said as a platform that has too many features and functionalities.
Jama Connect has a feature to reflect daily activities and workflow going on any client project.
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Jama Connect creates Live Traceability™ through siloed development, test, and risk activities to provide end-to-end compliance, risk mitigation, and process improvement.
The vendor boasts a growing customer base of more than 12.5 million users across 30 countries spans the automotive, medical device, life sciences, semiconductor, aerospace & defense, industrial manufacturing, financial services, and insurance industries.
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|Deployment Types||On-premise, Software as a Service (SaaS), Cloud, or Web-Based|
|Operating Systems||Windows, Linux, Mac|
|Small Businesses (1-50 employees)||0%|
|Mid-Size Companies (51-500 employees)||30%|
|Enterprises (more than 500 employees)||70%|
- Jama Connect has eliminated some basic redundant work and made requirements management and traceability much easier to maintain. This saves time on projects.
- Collaboration features have made it easier for teams to work on content without having to meet together to make progress.
- The user interface is not completely intuitive and requires some learning curve for even basic use.
- Jama [Connect] has a great ROI.
- Jama [Connect] seems to be built for larger companies in mind.
- Collaboration in the software is top notch.
- Streamlined Processes.
- Everything is viewable.
- Edits can be made fast.
- Efficient requirements management.
- Streamlined SDLC.
- Cost saving.
- Made it easier to know what I'm responsible for, from a work task perspective.
- Allowed leads/managers to assign work in a more educated manner by seeing workload, etc.
- Allows clear deliverables and more accurate work estimates, since we can look back at previous examples (assuming there are some).
- Quicker review and approve
- Faster delivery of the project
- Improved experience for team members
- Definitely helped us keep track of very fast changing customer requirements
- Nothing went wrong and no blocker issues so far which impacts the business
- Recent issues we have seen is that, even we finalize the TC, it's still in draft.
- Faster product releases
- Open mind to how PLC can be sped up in a safe manner
- the ability to store and create your own field level data
- We have saved so much time just using Jama to get requirement approvals and moving forward with engineering development after approvals.
- Jama has been the center tool around our System Requirements Review.
- We moved away from Google Docs and Google Sheets to capture requirements.
- Traceability was acknowledged and integrated by the team, just by having the feature available.
- We do not measure the Return of Investment. We have moved past the Critical Design Review and moving into construction.
- We expect to be able to measure ROI in the form of increased contingency in the next phase.
- Engagement with the tool has not been universal; we had many people relying on the exported Word/PDF documents instead of providing feedback on Jama Connect directly or through reviews. Also many people are using Xray to manage testing of requirements in Jama, and need to integrate with it, currently testing a third-party tool for that.
- We have been able to apply for a non-for-profit license for JIRA and Confluence; we don't seem to have such a possibility with Jama.
- Before Jama, we were doing things on paper so this has greatly increased speed.
- Reduced complexity by having all design control elements in a single place.
- Jama has allowed us to maintain our system requirements at a much more rapid pace than previously possible. When a requirement or link needs to be updated, new requirements documents can be generated very quickly. This significantly reduces the pull on our engineering resources and leaves us available for more substantive work.
- JAMA Connect does not have an impact on our overall business objectives.
- JAMA Connect is used by 20 or less end-users
- We do better regression analysis as a result.
- We have more complete requirements, which results in fewer missed user-need targets.
- Teams collaboration is improved.
- Reviews are more efficient and approval consistent.
- We are still evaluating the tool for our needs. But it does look promising.
- "System of Record" as a concept
- Documentation Control and Maturity
- Improved communication
- Too many clicks, not enough UX features that most users expect from contemporary tools
- Review Center is cludgy
- Jama is providing good requirement gathering management which starts our current agile process and helps it run smoothly to quickly deliver objectives in less time.
- Jama is our golden source of all the requirements. It helped to link the requirements in ALM or in JIRA, which helps to resolve the redundant work as it is compatible to work with Tasktop.
- Jama has helped our teams save time by organizing all of our requirements in one place that is easily accessible and quick to search through. The structure is very intuitive and has improved our overall efficiency.
- Positive ROI for any IT organization that works on client-based projects.
- From a business point of view, it can consolidate ones work into one place, where a person can see all their project details and workflow in one place.
- It is better to get client requirements gathered in Jama Connect than messing around with emails to get some specific details that one searches for.
- Effective with managing version control
- Historical comparison
- Reduction of rework
- Jama has allowed for better organization and storage of system documentation.
- Increased collaboration in documentation creation as more content is created in Jama now as opposed to workstations.