AgileCraft Competitors and Alternatives

The top AgileCraft competitors are
  • JIRA
  • CA Agile Central
  • TFS
  • VersionOne
  • Smartsheet
Read reviews of AgileCraft competitors and alternatives
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CA Technologies
ManagerA18d9
Real User
Application Developer at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
Dec 16 2016

What is most valuable?

Agile Central has really helped us document our Agile requirements. It's really strong in terms of being flexible and how it's set up, getting a team organized quickly and easily.... more»

How has it helped my organization?

The biggest benefit that we've found has to do with the ease of use. We can get into the data and actually report out of it. Historically, we'd gather requirements in Word... more»

What needs improvement?

In the next version I'd like to see more of a focus on reporting at that overall level. I want to find a way to do analytics on what's going on within the tool, how many people are... more»

What other advice do I have?

I would definitely tell them to make sure that they plan out what it is that they're trying to accomplish with the tool. Making sure that they get a good structure set up, and if... more»
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Microsoft
Abhishek Ransingh
Real User
Senior Microservice/Cloud Engineer at a retailer with 10,001+ employees
Aug 15 2017

What is most valuable?

TFS can support multiple code repositories (example: Git, TFS, CVS, etc.) via plugins, which is really a nice feature.

How has it helped my organization?

As I mentioned, it supports multiple code repositories. You can also build CI/CDs out of it. You can instruct TFS to... more»

What needs improvement?

It needs huge improvement on its Agile functionality.

What's my experience with pricing, setup cost, and licensing?

I wasn’t involved in discussions of pricing or licensing for TFS at Lennox.

Which other solutions did I evaluate?

Yes, I used to use VersionOne, HP AGM, and JIRA to track and monitor Agile practice in my previous companies. At Lennox... more»

What other advice do I have?

There are better tools for Agile and CI/CD in the market. TFS may be good for code repository purposes; however, it's... more»
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Atlassian
Kevin Doyle
Consultant
Business Analyst, Scrum Master & Agile Coach at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
May 27 2018

What do you think of JIRA?

Primary Use Case: Running agile deliveries with dispersed teams.  The projects were typical agile, changing requirements frequently. JIRA facilitated story management perfectly. • Improvements to My Organization: Overall, it has good viability.  Relatively easy for everyone to pickup and use.  It improved communication, as it was a popular tool, and most people enjoyed using it. • Valuable Features: Kanban board: The board is easy to use and visually impressive to non-IT users, who found it easy to relate to. • Room for Improvement: Report customisation could be improved.  Out-of-the-box reporting is limited. It would be helpful if more customisation was possible. • Use of Solution: One to three years.

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