JIRA Primary Use Case

Alexander Dobry
Fachbereichsleiter with 10,001+ employees
We run pilots and product development using this for Agile and Scrum applications, in mechatronic product development. It has performed well so far. We like it, we would like to expand it. View full review »
Chigozie Okereke
Senior Quality Assurance at Pegb Technology
Our primary use case for this solution is work management and task management. We use this product quite extensively, and we're planning to roll out a module for the Accounts Department to be able to map manpower costs to project work, directly. That is something that we're working on right now. View full review »
Anaya Struncova
Software Developer at a tech vendor with 201-500 employees
This software is implemented in the different departments of the company since it allows us to plan, organize and verify or monitor the different projects we develop day by day, thus improving communication and workflow. View full review »
Jonathan Machado
Senior Test Engineer at a venture capital & private equity firm with 10,001+ employees
Managing our entire product development life cycle, as well as all test cases and test runs. That include at least 4 developers, 2 business analysts and 2 testers, all working on sprints. View full review »
R&D manager at a engineering company with 10,001+ employees
The primary use is task management. It has performed okay. It is easy to configure and maintain. It's quite simple to track tasks, then link with other applications/solutions from Atlassian, like source codes. View full review »
Andrey Agranov
Java Development Team Leader at Honeywell
The primary use case is task management within the team and the company, as well as version management and bug management. View full review »
QA Automation at a tech vendor with 501-1,000 employees
We use JIRA for maintaining tasks and bugs. Overall, we love using JIRA because it performs very well with a lot of tasks and a lot of dashboards. View full review »
IT Developer at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
We are working in the safe channel process in the IT part of the bank. It is a good experience overall, but the look and feel for the user is not good. View full review »
Pre-Sales Consultant at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
We use it mainly for Scrum management. View full review »
Neetu Singh
Engineer -QA at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
Jira is the best project and defect management tool. It works very well for all types of software methodologies or cycles. Communication is very clear to the whole team members. My team relies on this software to keep track of what we are doing. It has lots of nice features that we use such as to link issues to one another, link tickets, put labels of versions to be released, and story points. As a QA person, I also use the filters a lot to find issues that are assigned to me or have been reported by me. View full review »
Gianni Rigoni
Digital Engagement Manager with 10,001+ employees
It's really for Agile projects with storyboards, and then defect management. The performance has been okay. View full review »
Satyajit Roy
UX Architect at a software R&D company with 51-200 employees
JIRA is an issue tracking application, it is widely used tool in global development projects. JIRA helps teams to track and accomplish the items that need to be accomplish.The great feature about JIRA is you can store the activity happening around an asset in one place.JIRA is useful in project management. It can reduce the rework in enterprise projects. You can also use JIRA Core for Project management, Task management, Process management, HR, Marketing, Legal and Finance projects. JIRA Core can be customize as per business projects need. View full review »
Ananthi Nachimuthu
Senior Technical Writer at a software R&D company with 201-500 employees
Our primary use case for this solution is development ticket status tracking. We use it for managing different kinds of projects. This is an online tool, where teams from anywhere in the world can use it. View full review »
Scott Warnick
Integration Engineer at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
We use it for backlog management, sprint planning, requirements management, Scrum, conducting Scrums, and all of our agile stuff. View full review »
Kijal Parekh
Digital Test Lead at a comms service provider with 1-10 employees
It is easy to assign books, story styles, move across platforms and to different stakeholders while using this platform. View full review »
Aleksandra Smarovidlo
Technical Writer at a tech vendor with 11-50 employees
JIRA is the project management system in my company. We use it on a daily basis. It is the main instrument widely used by QAs, Product Developers, Technical Writers, and Project Managers View full review »
Sami Abu Shawarib
Senior Implementation Manager at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
It possesses excellent customization and serves the basic requirements: multi-project, products, customers and multi-level of users. View full review »
Daryn Louw
Head of Product with 51-200 employees
Full SDLC, from software development to quality assurance tracking and project management. The applications of JIRA workflow management are endless. View full review »
Sr. QA Manager with 501-1,000 employees
We used JIRA for: * Writing down requirements and stories. * Analysis * Creating tasks, subtasks, and defects. It also helped tracking the sprint process more efficiently. View full review »
Kevin Doyle
Business Analyst, Scrum Master & Agile Coach at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
* Running agile deliveries with dispersed teams. * The projects were typical agile, changing requirements frequently. * JIRA facilitated story management perfectly. View full review »
Rolf Schweingruber
Head of Embedded Development with 11-50 employees
* Agile, scrum project/sprint planning * Bug tracking * Workflows which help track the current state of tasks. View full review »
Jean-Marc Iribe
PMO manager at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
Our primary use case is ALM, which is very well supported by Atlassian. View full review »
Dan Carnahan
Service Owner with 501-1,000 employees
Our primary use case is executing the SDLC. View full review »
John Sell
Regional Vice President with 51-200 employees
Requirements management. View full review »
Baskaran Senthivel
RTE (Release Train Engineer with 10,001+ employees
Team level agile project management. View full review »

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