Most Helpful Review
Time Entry, Resource Allocation & Dashboards Are Valuable But Memory Management And Responsiveness Can Be Improved
We asked business professionals to review the solutions they use. Here are some excerpts of what they said:
The most valuable features are the project, resource, and portfolio management processes are combined in one solution. The data is possible to use either in the one or the other process, and we do not need to enter the data multiple times.
The competency and available support are quite good, therefore we do not have any issues with support. Every time that we have a case where we need support, it is clarified right away.
it creates visibility across our whole organization. People that were often left in the dark wondering what was happening with projects. Now have an easy solution to see all the information they want to see across the whole portfolio.
It's definitely improving our ability to make better decisions, and improving the quality of data that we have, to make the decisions for the strategic good of the company.
The new UX is great because it has helped remove some of those barriers, so that people who are not classically trained project managers can easily get up to speed in using the tool without having to learn a whole other tool set. It's very intuitive, and very collaborative, and very easy to adapt to their existing work styles.
Allows us to track all of a project's elements in one database.
What has been valuable are the workflows that are there today in order to keep our executive staff informed as well as our program managers and department managers.
Within the SaaS environment (since CA is supporting it), it has been extremely stable and reliable.
Issue linking has enabled teams to trace issues.
Transparency of development projects, as well as approval processes for some business projects, has improved massively.
The most valuable feature of this solution is the source linking on the commit level to git.
This solution assists us with being able to quickly and easily start sprints and keep accurate track of them, including billing using a time-tracking add-on.
The most valuable feature is the Burndown Chart to see work that is outstanding.
The most valuable features are the customized Dashboard, Sprint Planning, and Automatic Notifications.
The most valuable feature is the full integration between Work management, Source code management, and Test Automation.
The features that we find most valuable are the Workflow, Scrum workflow, and Dashboards.
Projects do not take as long and meetings take less time, since you know the status of developments or tests.
It can be used online or as an application from anywhere.
You receive notifications if mentioned on a card.
It helped us to organize project information and assign tasks to team members properly.
It would be good for them to work on the user interface to make it more interactive.
I wish patches would be quicker since we're a SaaS customer, and just be a non-event, so we don't have to go through a whole - essentially - upgrade cycle, just to do a patch. As a SaaS customer, I'd like the patch to just happen.
When we upgraded to 15.1, we had some challenges around Jaspersoft, and also some issues with supporting some of the complex process work flows that we had designed internally, that were affected by some changes in the process engine.
Needs Gantt to MS Project link.
The look and the feel of 14.4 is a bit antiquated.
The Work Breakdown Structure in the Tasks: I should be able to drag and drop to a level three instead of just stuck at level two.
The classic UI is very cumbersome. It can do everything but it's hard to use. It's easy to use once you understand it, but it's intimidating at first for somebody to see the solution.
I think there's still a little bit of opportunity that we can do some stuff better in relation to the financial part of it; just that easier integration, that look and feel. Our project managers, and obviously finance people, love to interface and use of Excel. The more we can get CA PPM to behave in a similar way, which we're already starting to gain in that path, will be absolutely fantastic.
The only thing that JIRA doesn't for us is release management in a way that I can create a list of versions easily.
My main concern is the administration of projects, especially user groups, and this requires root access rights but there is no concept of layered admin rights.
Backlog pruning and visualization are poor.
The permissions can be challenging to get right.
The reporting needs to be improved.
This solution would be improved with the inclusion of integration with SVN, and auto-sync with the build release number.
The hierarchy for Jira tickets is too flat.
It would be very useful to have drag and drop time tracking.
In the card area, you should not be able to modify so easily what is already written, as this can cause loss of information.
Users should be able to log their time against the tasks and visual reports should be available in Trello for time spent.
Pricing and Cost Advice
We're also moving to the latest version for less than $20,000 for a major corporate system. It's just amazing.
It is hard for them to say, "I have a person on my team who is going to be available, I am going to move that task to them". That requires a project management license, it doesn't require a team member license, so the licensing model does not sometimes support the way the business world is going.
To try this solution, use their cloud offering to get familiar. After that, it's in my view worth the money.
Licensing is on a monthly basis, and it is based on what you use.
We feel that the product is a good value for the cost.
I understand JIRA is quite expensive.
It does not cost that much.
Almost everybody uses JIRA nowadays because it is the most cost-effective solution.
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Also Known As
|Clarity PPM, CA Clarity, CA PPM||JIRA Software|
|CA (A Broadcom Company)||Atlassian||Atlassian|
|CA PPM represents a single platform that enables you to manage your entire innovation lifecycle and make more informed strategic investments. CA PPM helps you track and prioritize market and customer requirements and make better decisions on how to invest limited resources, so you can optimize your enterprise, IT, service and product portfolio. Further, it offers the unified, comprehensive project management capabilities you need to deliver quality initiatives on time and on budget. Available via SaaS, on-premise, and hosted delivery models.|
JIRA has multiple deployment options to provide the flexibility your organization needs.
Cloud is a fully hosted service for customers who want to iterate quickly and have us take care of managing the infrastructure.
For customers who need to run our applications behind their firewall, we have Server and Data Center options. Server delivers greater capacity for a larger user base and gives you more control, allowing you to remain compliant with your enterprise IT, security, IP and privacy policies. For our largest customers, Data Center provides all the capability of our Server option, along with high availability, instant scalability and performance at scale.
Atlassian also offers premium support and strategic services for enterprise customers. Technical Account Managers are cross-functional technical advisors providing proactive planning and strategic guidance across your organization. Premier Support goes above and beyond our standard offerings to give you account-wide support from a team of senior support engineers.
Trello is the visual collaboration tool that creates a shared perspective on any project. Trello’s boards, lists and cards enable you to organize and prioritize your personal and work life in a fun, flexible and rewarding way.
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