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Viktor Mulac profile photo
Score 9 out of 10
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Jira Service Desk has been for years implemented by various client companies, bringing transparency into and improving the manageability of internal and external client's requests and complaints. It has also been part of several software development projects. The main benefit aside from greater transparency and order, is a significant shortening of resolution time off requests, positively impacting user/customer experience. Also, in the SW development area, the positive impacts comprise saving a LOT of time of developers, testers, etc. and allowing them to focus on their core activities.
  • Easy to use! That's half of the success.
  • Integration with Confluence is a great feature, allowing us to merge tickets with knowledge base. Very useful by software development or when you aim at first-call resolution of user or client requests
  • Further integration with tools such as Enterprise Architect would be nice.
  • Maybe a free to use limited license would be nice for small projects/teams.
Well suited
  • Any service desk or helpdesk process, this is its core business, and it does it very well
  • Great for IT solutions development with tens or more developers, analysts, architects, testers, etc. or even by small isolated software development
  • Great tool for team management also in agile, you can check the burndown charts on a mobile device in less than 3 seconds when the project sponsor asks you in the elevator
Less appropriate
  • It does not replace document management or specialized knowledge management tools or even e-learning solutions, as some companies tried.
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Score 10 out of 10
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We use Jira Service Desk to track technical issue tickets as well as some brand requests for website changes. It is a great tool to keep all the correspondence in one place and track the progress of the project/ticket. Jira Service Desk is very intuitive and does not take long to master by both technical and non-technical people, thus providing a great management tool.
  • Easy to create and track a ticket
  • Easy to add and tag others
  • UI could be made more intuitive.
  • Learning curve may be a bit steep for non-technical people.
Jira Service Desk is excellent for tracking the progress of specific tickets/issues/requests for both IT and Marketing teams in our organization. Jira Service Desk also is an excellent tool for communication between different branches of our company and IT team localized in another country. It may not be that great to track the overall progress of the company's projects.
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December 17, 2019

Jira Service Desk Review

Score 8 out of 10
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We use Jira Service Desk in two departments: CS Client services and DevOps IT. This enables technicians and developers to add and track support issues internally (IT DevOps ) and external Client Services usage. Either way the seamless integration with products like Bamboo, for development life-cycles, and Confluence for a portal and Wiki, makes this a good fit for our organizational needs.
  • Easy setup
  • Tight integration
  • Need more wizards
  • Proxy setup for multiple sites on same box
I like the fact that this is offered as a cloud Jira app on Atlassian's site so no worries for maintaining local hardware equipment. Also the fact that you can still choose to run on your own server (local or in cloud). The Jira Service Desk can be completely controlled by placing servers in AWS cloud and bring your own license for control of users/services completely on your own equipment.
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Score 7 out of 10
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I was asked to help implement Jira Service Desk for one of my clients that would be used through the entire organization. It was used to resolve any help desk issues that their employees had. It made it easy for them to submit a ticket and track the progress of it. It also made it easy for the IT team to review and delegate the ticket to get it resolved in a timely manner.
  • User Friendly Customer Portal
  • Easy to track tickets
  • Learning Curve
  • Price
I really liked how easy it was for both sides (end user and IT team) to fill out and quickly complete the issue submitted. It definitely makes sense to use at a medium-large size company compared to a small one. For the price and the setup, a smaller company could get away with email tracking.
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December 12, 2019

Jira in our workplace

Score 8 out of 10
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Jira is used in our organization by all of our teams to have effective communication whenever we need assistance with technical issues. It is very easy to use and it has a very friendly interface. Bug reporting is surprisingly simple and effective. The workflow is amazing, customization is a huge plus since it adapts to our company needs. You can also use it for personal tasks since the gadget "Time Sheet" is amazingly effective and provides a good and detailed track of your tasks.
  • Bug Reporting is detailed and useful, easy to report and easy to keep track.
  • Integration with other apps for a better workflow.
  • Too many open requests can make the tool work slow.
  • You will need to invest some time to know every feature and to master the use of it.
The best scenario is bug and issues reporting, we mostly use it for these specific scenarios and it has created an amazing response time and workflow. It has allowed us to keep real-time monitoring in every issue we report. Bulk reply and bulk ticket replying is not an option since this is not possible.
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Score 9 out of 10
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We use JIRA SD to close the gap between the customer and our support team. By converting all emails to JIRA tickets, we can ensure that the customer doesn't need to get involved in the documentation process, which means less re-work to correct fields in the ticket's info.
  • Incident documentation.
  • Incident management.
  • CI management.
  • It is a bit hard to use, unlike Snow.
If you are already using some Atlassian products like Confluence, BitBucket, and Trello, JIRA SD is a really good choice as it integrates well with these products. You can make Trello boards based on incidents (tickets) you have on your queue, or create use cases/troubleshooting guides on Confluence based on a specific incident.
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October 24, 2019

Jira Service Desk Review

Score 8 out of 10
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Multiple departments use JIRA in our Company. It helps us organize our e-mails (tickets) to ensure we are keeping track of and complete all of our projects. Employees are satisfied because they can keep track of the progress or status of their issue or concern. We can assign a certain issue to specific people.
  • Keeps everyone organized, each employee can keep track of their tickets.
  • Running reports to ensure that everyone doesn't miss the SLA.
  • Attaching files can be difficult, as it's hit and miss with employees.
  • External users cannot log in to choose a specific issue.
It is good for a larger company, as we have close to 2,000 employees. It is also good for someone who receives hundreds of emails daily, as it will help keep everyone on track. It is less appropriate for someone who works individually or prefers to work at their own pace.
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Meenakshi Kartheek profile photo
Score 8 out of 10
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JIRA is being used by the help desk team as well as a tool by the business team to submit tickets related to the CRM. Specifically by the business team, (end users) who use the CRM to enhance the business and generate revenue. JIRA Service Desk has made communications easy and saves a lot of time when it comes to time lag due to emails.
  • Ease of navigation.
  • Self explanatory.
  • Need to change sprint status manually.
  • Workflow implementation is quite complex.
I have been a user of JIRA software in the past, and also a current user of Service Desk. One of the best uses for it is that it can be used in a team that is collocated and can also be used to plan sprint activity. Business owners/product owners can add their list of backlogs which will be readily available for prioritization during the refinement meeting.
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December 12, 2019

Be on track with Jira

Score 10 out of 10
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It was used across the company, to track work / progress. Each project was broken down into user stories / feature / task.
It helped manage every project there was in the company.
  • Work tracking
  • Categorizing tasks
  • Could be more customize based on project
  • Doesn't have themes
It has pretty well suited for most orgs, of various sizes.
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October 24, 2019

Jira Service Desk Review

Score 10 out of 10
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We are using Jira as a ticketing system. This is being used by the whole organization. It resolves issues with communication.
  • Notifies us of issues.
  • Seamless.
  • Organizes issues in the order received.
  • Jira has some freezing issues occasionally.
Jira is our service desk project and it allows us to communicate and our customers to communicate with us. This works really well. Jira allows us to communicate efficiently.
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Score 9 out of 10
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We use Jira as a production management tool for the development of learning products, such as e-learning modules. This tool allows us to design a production workflow for individual products that allow our teams to self-manage the work and communicate right on ticket relating to the product being developed. Additionally, we will have kanban boards showing which stage each product is in which allows developers to work on multiple products at once. By leveraging Jira in this way, we are able to manage a higher volume of development work at a faster pace.
  • Manageable workflow to ensure all users follow the same process.
  • Can ban boards for easy visual of ticket status.
  • Very flexible tool that can adapt to lots of different uses outside of the traditional service desk model.
  • Added communication tools help you get out of e-mail jail.
  • Navigating through issues outside of a kan ban board can be confusing and task heavy.
  • It's easy to clutter up the tool. It could use some easy clean up capabilities.
  • User interface is decent, but could use work to make it more intuitive.
It could work well as a service desk ticketing system. It is great at building out and managing a specific workflow. Using the workflow Jira can be used to manage any number of development type projects. This allows you to be strict on the steps being followed in development while turning over the management of that process to the developers. That allows for fewer hands-on project management and allows for more of an Agile approach where you focus on impediments and removing roadblocks. It's also a great tool for managers to be able to see everything that is going on without reading through hundreds of emails. Additionally, managers can quickly dive into issues and see the full history of what has gone on with a particular ticket.
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Score 10 out of 10
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Our organization uses Jira Service Desk for issue and request tracking across all departments. The software allows us to centrally manage support, development, and request tickets easily and with minimal confusion. By having a straightforward interface and integrations with other pieces of software, information rarely falls through the cracks, and we feel confident that a strong record is being kept.
  • Simple to create and keep track of tickets
  • Allows easy collaboration between team members
  • Learning curve can be steep for some advanced features
Jira Service Desk is perfectly suited to track the progress and give a complete story to issues, tickets, requests that come into the platform. With its commenting and user tagging features, Jira Service Desk makes collaboration on projects simple and easy to keep track of. We have been able to integrate it with other pieces of software easily, both publicly available and internal only tools.
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Score 8 out of 10
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We used Jira Service Desk as the front facing solution for customers to report issues and feature requests for our products. As we use other Atlassian products, Jira Service Desk integrates seamlessly with our other processes and functions, such as engineering and documentation (CMS).

Information provided via Jira Service Desk can be accessed directly by engineering team (using Jira), and customers can get feedbacks directly from engineers (if appropriate). This process is all built-in and automated, without needing someone to play "go between", significantly increases productivity.

Knowledge base articles can also be easily created via Jira Service Desk and Atlassian Confluence, which enabled customers to have a self-serving portal to look for any existing articles that may help with their problem without having to wait for someone to respond.
  • Integration with other Atlassian products
  • Simplified UI and UX compared to Jira
  • Better integration with CRM
  • More control over the UI/UX
If you are already using Atlassian products, then using Jira Service Desk would be a "no brainer", it integrates very well with the rest of the product family and will be able to fit right in. However, if you are not using other Atlassian products, while Jira Service Desk can be extended to fit (and it usually can do a very decent job) in via 3rd party apps or development, you might want to evaluate other solutions on the market.
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Score 10 out of 10
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I use and have implemented this product for some years now to support the formal implementation of ITIL v3 and now ITIL v4 in organizations that have technology departments that support more than 500 users.
  • ITIL templates.
  • Task automation.
  • The mobile client is very basic.
  • Very hard to migrate issues between cloud and on-premise.
The product is very useful if you have previously established basic and clear rules for IT management, and if there is an on-site support to facilitate the adoption of Jira Service Desk, otherwise there will be users who prefer to continue using MantisBT or something basic.

The best scenario for companies that develop software is to use the entire Atlassian suite in the cloud or in its own server installation, that is: Jira Software + BitBucket + Confluence + Jira Service Desk + HipChat. It is not possible to use some of these products in the cloud and others on your own server.

For companies that do not develop software, the formula is Jira Service Desk + Confluence + HipChat.
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Score 9 out of 10
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Jira Service Desk is being used by several organizations across the company including Engineering, Security, IT and HR. It’s leveraged to track “to-do” tickets related to various company processes. It’s helped us streamline our operations and ensure no ball is ever dropped regardless of how much is going on.
  • Track tickets for IT help desk, customer service inquiries, engineering software code changes, HR related tickets and more.
  • Drive accountability by having clear due dates and ownership across the company.
  • More updated/user friendly-user interface.
  • Better integration with other company software.
Well suited for medium to large scale companies who want to manage tickets across various organizations in an efficient and robust manner. Not so great for small scrappy teams as it can add too much overhead that is not worth the investment.
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December 12, 2019

PM like a boss

Score 7 out of 10
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Jira is being used by all teams to organize projects and tasks in an easy way and to make sure we are able to prioritize and focus on the most pressing issues, but we are not losing track of the rest of the projects we have in the pipeline. It is great to make sure every task has a direct responsible individual and nothing gets lost.
  • The Kanban Board is very clear
  • The ticketing system works really well, notifications are useful.
  • It's a bit pricey
  • Needs to have more integration with Slack and other softwares
Jira is a valid alternative for projects that involve a lot of individuals. It is more complicated and complete than Trello, so it is very important to make sure that you use it for complex projects and not for tasks that can be resolved fairly quick. I recommend it for tech deploys, since the system is best suited on those scenarios.
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Score 9 out of 10
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JIRA is being used by our whole organization that spans multiple departments and teams. Tasks or issues that span multiple departments or teams are easily managed by JIRA since the people involved can view updates, make comments or upload files and everyone involved will receive a notification of the update. JIRA has helped us organize tasks into projects based on departments or teams which give the ability to search and locate task effortlessly. JIRA allows us to assign and reassign the tasks so we know who needs to address the task next.
  • Enables you to know who needs to work on the task by allowing you to reassign it to people.
  • Notifies you about updates that happen on a task.
  • You can build templates for certain task that occur often.
  • Allow you to estimate work time on a task and then input how much time the task really took and then evaluate the difference to get a better idea for future tasks.
  • Doesn't allow the ability to close multiple tickets at a time.
  • The way they name parts of the project (i.e. epic, story, sprint). Sometimes it can get confusing to how they work together. There is definitely a learning curve.
If you are managing a project and need a way to manage different teams and assignments. JIRA is great because you can set up the project in an "epic" which can have different "stories" to break up the project into different teams or assignments then you can add a task and organize them how best would fit each team.

Another great way to use it is for expense reports like for an on-call stipend. JIRA allows you to create a template and add your upstream managers and the amount and you then can submit it and as each manager approves it the ticket move to the next person. You can use JIRA to integrate into HR systems where when an employee is marked as disabled then it kicks off multiple JIRA tasks to various teams to complete some sort of operation to complete the disable.
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Score 8 out of 10
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We use JIRA across our organization for ticket tracking. There are multiple teams who use it in addition to us. I have also used JIRA at past companies to track change management and overall projects. JIRA solves the problem of keeping track of work that needs to be done instead of trying to keep a checklist or email requests.
  • Linking of tickets - Keep related tickets tied together to review later.
  • Tracking of projects - In addition to linked tickets, they can also be associated with an overall larger project.
  • General service requests - Easy to use system for day-to-day work tasks.
  • Administration can be tedious.
  • "Overly" customizable which can lead to problems with too many issue types.
  • Pulling data into dashboards can be difficult due to how unforgiving the specified parameters can be.
JIRA is one of the best ticketing systems I have used. It's easy to navigate as a user and, if the administrator is diligent and careful, it can be fine-tuned to fit the companies specific needs. I do not think JIRA is good to be used for the tracking of change management.
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Score 10 out of 10
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It is being used by several depths across the company. It is being used to handle requests, from either internal or from external places. It is needed to organize the incoming requests and workload. Each business unit uses it to fit their own workflow, and customized it to meet their needs. Since each unit has its own business process they each use the it slightly different, but the overall use is general the same.
  • It has all your requests/ tickets organized well.
  • its very easy to setup or change the workflow of each request.
  • it takes minimal training for users to learn how to use the program.
  • Dashboards can be easily created and updated when needed.
  • The ability to searches and see old requests is every easy.
  • The ability to easily modify the email notifications per user, a user can get a ton of notifications for a single request
  • They need to figure out a way when requests are opened by email that need to go to multiple departments
  • There needs to be an easier way to transfer and notify other departments when a request is being transferred over
  • A lot of of the backend setup for filters and dashboards take some time to learn how to do it properly
Jira Service Desk is well suited to a place to organize and see all the open requests and todo tasks. Each task can be transitioned to a customized workflow process. Each request can be flagged with components and labels. Each one can be linked to other cases that are either duplicates, related to or dependent on.For any workflow process that deals with cases that need to be follow up on and taken care of Jira Service Desk is well suited for it.
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Score 8 out of 10
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We are a growth-stage startup and have been using Jira since the beginning of time. We first started using it for the engineering team's sake when we got to a point where we needed to plan, organize and figure out different epics and stories. We then expended Jira use to our product team.
  • Plenty of use cases within one organization.
  • Customizable.
  • Most engineers are familiar with it.
  • Tough to figure out and navigate for non-engineers.
  • Difficulty changing the language in certain fields.
  • Not intuitive.
I think if a company is very tech or engineering-focused or is trying to make sure they organize the engineering structure well, Jira would be a great solution and option. It has a backlog, epics, stories, different service levels - everything you need to originally start and get a system in place
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Score 7 out of 10
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We use it to manage all IT support tickets plus small upcoming events or projects that the team needs to communicate on and involve other teams. Users can enter and update the tickets and everyone included on the ticket is updated when the ticket is updated. The main tickets are ERP, EDI and infrastructure related.
  • Ticket Entry.
  • E-mail updates.
  • Project management.
  • Linking tickets.
It does the job but we only use it for ticket management. It meets our needs but does not wow us with functionality. Users sometimes find it clunky but it gets the job done and we don't worry about issues.
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August 12, 2019

JIRA Rules!

Score 10 out of 10
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We use Jira Service Desk to manage all of our IT tickets as well as our IT contracts. It does a great job of keeping everything in one place. We also chose to utilize this as our inventory tracking system and it is working well in that regard as well. It was a little tricky to set up but once you get it working how like it just works.
  • It does a great job of tracking our assets
  • Users are able to submit IT tickets easily
  • We manage all our IT related contracts in it
  • It is tricky to configure custom fields
  • Getting the workflows working right in the beginning was a little challenging
  • It is a little expensive
This works well in our mid-sized organization. It does a perfect job keeping track of all of our tickets and assets. I haven't had any issues with the software at all besides it needing an occasional restart.
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Score 9 out of 10
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JIRA Service Desk (JSD) is being used by our organization as our primary ticketing system. IT, HR and other centralized company departments use this software as a means to communicate between and users and the support staff. It solves the business problem of keeping track of a large multitude of requests and efficiently storing and keeping track of information that can be pulled up in seconds whenever the need arises. Its ability to be customized to our specific needs makes it a truly valuable tool for our organization.
  • Highly configurable Notification Scheme, allowing free customization on who receives notifications and when
  • Ability to add extra features through the highly diverse Atlassian Marketplace.
  • Simple and highly customizable ticket interface. The Software can be almost completely branded in every aspect to represent your organization.
  • Integration with JIRA Software allows support tickets to be moved into other Log Term projects as necessary.
  • Ability to control the number of email notifications received (Note: this is a new feature in the Latest release but I personally haven not extensively looked at it and how well it solves the existing problem).
  • No way to reply to multiple tickets at once, say you got 4 tickets in for the same issue, there is no way you can reply to them in one stroke. Other Ticketing systems do have this ability.
  • Using a large number of add-ons to customize and add additional features adds up quickly and can become rather expensive.
  • Request forms are very basic and there is no native dynamic field ability available.
JIRA Service Desk is an integral part of the entire Atlassian Suite that we use at our organization. Some of its strong suits include easing the communication between end users/customers and the support teams. The added feature of internal only communications allows agents, users who respond and work on requests, to add comments that only they can see. This is important for roping in others on a particular request without the end user seeing all of the unimportant communication. One of the areas that JSD is less suited for is communications between internal teams and customers at the same time. When the submitter of the ticket is already an agent and starts commenting with internal comments, they will not receive notifications when others reply also using internal comments. This can cause confusion and loss of time due to people not seeing notifications for comments in a timely manner.
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Score 7 out of 10
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  • Used across the whole organization.
  • Project Requirements repository - agile/waterfall.
  • QA tracking during test case resolution.
  • Process improvement.
  • Keeps track of all activities related to the project in question.
  • Documentation of Requirements - serves as the go-to source for all requirements created as a result of the SDS (System Design Specifications) review and sign-off.
  • Process improvement - We used to revamp failing processes and centrally locate all BAU (business as usual) developments tickets through JIRA.
  • Bug tracking - Great source for defect tracking and resolution.
  • Historical repository - we use as a historical reference and document location for all projects.
  • Add-ons - Some things I think should be easier to find and possibly more documentation.
  • Traceability linkage - JIRA has a hierarchy - EPIC/Story/Bugs etc. - They should automatically be linked one to the other once users attach for example a bug to a story - I.E. Cannot close the story until the bug has been resolved.
  • Better linkage to MS office tools - I.E> MS Project/Excel - I find it tricky to drop excel file into JIRA.
  • Best for traceability for large company/projects.
  • Best for historical documentation of requirements.
  • Best for QA bug tracking.
  • Better integration with QA testing tools such as HLM/IBM Rational - used quite a bit in many organizations.

  • Not suited for small businesses as it may be overkill.
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Score 8 out of 10
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We use Jira Service Desk as a corporate service desk. All issues within our company are submitted through the service desk portal and are then triaged to the specific groups that can help with the issue. We have set up multiple service desks for each specific group that are managed by the small teams in our department and that seems to work great.
  • Customizability.
  • Reporting.
  • Easy to use for users.
  • It's a little difficult in terms configuration- you should have someone dedicated to administration.
  • For as customizable as it is, there are some things you can't change. These small issues that don't really effect an individual ticket too much, but when you are dealing with dozens and dozens of tickets a day, small granular things add up.
  • A suggestion for improvement would be to allow a hotkey entry for quickly submitting a comment. You can do that for an internal comment (not seen by the user), but not for a public comment.
Honestly, I think it's great for all situations. You might have some issues if you're a small company that doesn't have someone to set up and manage it in its infancy; you might struggle to get it up and running. But in many other cases, it's suitable. I'd also recommend it if you're already using the Jira suite.
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Feature Scorecard Summary

Organize and prioritize service tickets (66)
9.0
Expert directory (2)
9.0
Service restoration (2)
9.5
Self-service tools (60)
8.2
Subscription-based notifications (1)
10
ITSM collaboration and documentation (53)
8.1
ITSM reports and dashboards (54)
8.4
Configuration mangement (1)
10
Asset management dashboard (1)
10
Policy and contract enforcement (1)
10
Change requests repository (57)
8.1
Change calendar (2)
6.5
Service-level management (60)
8.3

About Jira Service Desk

Jira Service Desk is service desk software that is purpose-built for IT, service, and support teams. The software provides everything IT and support teams need out-of-the-box for service request, incident, problem and change management. Jira Service Desk integrates seamlessly with Jira Software so that IT and development teams can work better together. Users can connect service desk tickets to Jira Software issues and get to the root cause of problems before they escalate.

Jira Service Desk Features

Incident and problem management Features
Has featureOrganize and prioritize service tickets
Does not have featureExpert directory
Does not have featureService restoration
Has featureSelf-service tools
Does not have featureSubscription-based notifications
Has featureITSM collaboration and documentation
Has featureITSM reports and dashboards
ITSM asset management Features
Does not have featureConfiguration mangement
Does not have featureAsset management dashboard
Does not have featurePolicy and contract enforcement
Change management Features
Has featureChange requests repository
Does not have featureChange calendar
Has featureService-level management
Additional Features
Has featureCustom reporting
Has featureSelf-service Help Center
Has featureAutomation rules
Has featureITIL-certified
Has featureEmail support
Has featurePre-built workflows
Has featureSLA's
Has featureCSAT reporting
Has featureAsset management integration

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Pricing

  • Has featureFree Trial Available?Yes
  • Does not have featureFree or Freemium Version Available?No
  • Has featurePremium Consulting/Integration Services Available?Yes
  • Entry-level set up fee?No
EditionPricing DetailsTerms
Small Teams$10per agent for up to 3 agents
Growing teams$20per agent per month for 4-15 agents
Large teamsDiscountper agent for 16+ agents

View the pricing calculator for 16+ agents here: https://www.atlassian.com/software/jira/service-desk/pricing/upcoming#pricing-calculator

Jira Service Desk Support Options

 Free VersionPaid Version
Email
Forum/Community
FAQ/Knowledgebase
Social Media
Video Tutorials / Webinar

Jira Service Desk Technical Details

Deployment Types:On-premise, SaaS
Operating Systems: Windows, Linux, Mac
Mobile Application:Apple iOS, Android
Supported Languages: English, French, Spanish, German, Portuguese (Brazil), Portuguese (Portugal), Russian, Korean, Japanese, Norwegian, Polish, Chinese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Finnish, Hungarian, Icelandic, Romanian, Slovak, Swedish, Vietnamese