Top 8 Enterprise Agile Planning Tools
Microsoft Azure DevOpsMicro Focus ALM OctaneGitLabJIRA PortfolioServiceNow IT Business ManagementRally SoftwarePolarion ALMPlanview LeanKit
Most of the features are very valuable for us, especially the source code control and task management.
Azure Pipeline and Azure Release are most valuable. I use Azure DevOps through pipeline and release.
The key feature is the usability. It is fast to learn and easy to use. It's very intuitive to work with. Most of the important functions are available via a few clicks, compared to other tools where I have to open a sub-menu and then a sub-menu and another sub-menu, and then press a button.
The most valuable features of Gitlab are integration with CIE and the ability to rapidly deploy solutions, projects, and applications. It is very easy to use, and there are no complaints.
The feature that we like the most is that JIRA enables modules. Atlassian provides a lot of products around JIRA, such as compliance for the documentation, BitBucket for the Git version. We are new to these products developed by Atlassian, but they can integrate very easily. Generally, when an editor is developing a solution, they think about integrating with JIRA. When we are looking for any other solution, they plan to easily integrate with JIRA.
The interface is extremely user-friendly.
Stable and scalable solution.
We use the roadmap features, and we're getting better at using dates to use the roadmap so that we can see if we're on target for work.
The product has excellent customizable reports.
The technical support is quite good.
It meets with everybody's needs without having to grab plugins.
Using the tool seems to save time versus trying to do things in a regular manner. It is highly collaborative; everybody can see things in one place. It is a highly functional, but pretty simple tool. That is hard to find: A tool that has a lot of functions, but is also simple.