CA Agile Central Other Solutions Considered

Robert Clee
Senior IT Manager at a insurance company with 201-500 employees
We were. We were looking at a few. Not sure if I can say which. They were not providing a solution that was mature and developed. They were providing solutions that they wanted us to be like a test customer on. View full review »
Dave Lash
PMO Manager at Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc.
The vendors on the shortlist would be TFS's Project Management through Microsoft, ServiceNow's Project Management, and JIRA. Earlier on, we went a little faster and we did not do a full software evaluation. We actually are doing a tools assessment now. We are going to be looking at replacing CA, possibly, because we want to make sure we have the right tools. We want to make sure that they flow between all the different tool sets that we have. View full review »
SeniorEn4b31
Senior Engineer Manager at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We explored a lot of tools when were trying to promote SAFe or Agile across the entire organization, so we moved through the Scaled Agile Framework. And then there were only three or four tools that we explored, and Rally, or CA Agile Central, was one of those that we thought would really work. We looked at VersionOne, the Atlassian tool, I can't remember the name of it, I think it's just JIRA, and Rally. View full review »
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QAM2190
Quality Assurance Manager at a transportation company with 1,001-5,000 employees
At my old company we had a demo for VersionOne, then Rally (now Agile Central), and one other tool. One of the reasons we went with Rally is it was easier to use than VersionOne. The reporting was great, it was what we were looking for. And at that time it had another feature called Timesheet, that became the Timesheet in Agile Central. View full review »
Jon Regan
Director, Curriculum Development at a tech vendor with 1,001-5,000 employees
The decision to use it came from our development team. The whole development team is using it. Our Services team has been using it for years. If you're focusing on agile, this is the right product to use. It's built around it. I've tried to do things with MS Project and that sort of thing, and you just can't manage it the same way. It's just not built for the same kind of cycle. View full review »
Ricardo Pianta
Engineer Manager at a tech services company with 5,001-10,000 employees
No, I am not thinking about changing. I need to have a lot of pain to start making changes. View full review »
Shane Mckee
Director Of Enterprise Architecture at Best Western
We were looking at two different products, CA Agile and JIRA, and it seemed like there was less customizability for CA Agile, and that was important because we didn't want to have all the teams doing different things. So the lack of customization was a selling point for us. Also, the reporting, and being able to roll that up across the verticals, was an important selling point for us. View full review »
ManagerA7cc1
Manager Application Developer at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
No, Agile Central, had been on our radar for quite a while. View full review »
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