All around change management tool with lots of features
May 29, 2019

All around change management tool with lots of features

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with JIRA Software

Project and change management with issue tracking is crucial for safety-critical software development in aerospace industries. JIRA provides many of the project management and agile process needs with a lot of features such as sprint boards, dashboards, filters, and reports. You can customize our own workflows and boards according to your own needs. Kanban boards and sprint boards are especially useful for big team projects.
  • Agile development with sprint boards.
  • Versatile filtering and customization of projects and reports.
  • Easy and simple user interface.
  • Filters could be more descriptive.
  • Could be integrated with requirement management software for direct navigation.
  • More 3rd party add-ons could be better.
  • Change management is done without problems at all levels of a project.
  • It is widely known and accepted within aviation authorities.
  • Its easy of use made it possible for even a new graduate to use it effectively.
It is not possible to directly navigate from the IBM DOORS requirement to a JIRA issue and visa versa. It could be better to have a gateway between them. Other than that, it has good integration with the code review tool Crucible. JIRA can be integrated with Jenkins for continuous checking of tasks and jobs.
It is versatile and has many features and customization tools with a lot of filters and components that are easy to implement. Project management and issue tracking are very easy with workflows, dashboards and custom reports. It can be integrated into version control tools to check the configuration items before committing. Provides change management needs without any major bugs or fails.
Creating tasks for weekly sprint runs and sharing the workload within the team is very easy using JIRA. Issue tracking of software with lots of filters and creating your own resolution workflows are quite useful. You can create hooks from other software to JIRA for checking commits on software in order to prevent undocumented change.