What do you like most about JIRA Portfolio?
Thanks for sharing your thoughts with the community!
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 most valuable feature is that it fits very well into an agile framework, and it is especially helpful with the planning aspects.
The way to manage cards as a KANBAN, is really easy but when you need to track hundreds of projects, you need to be very clear in which way the things must be completed.
The documentation is very well done.
The customized workflows we can define are very valuable. JIRA's private projects is very useful as well. There are also a lot of plugins that they provide.
The integration is very good. We've more or less integrated with everything including reporting and registering.
The product makes it easy to collaborate even though it can use some improvement in that area.
The dashboard is the most valuable feature. The user experience is very good, it's easy to use.
The developers can simplify tasks and each one of them can undertake a task and then they continue with development. Our processes are more efficient and easier for our manager and developers to track them. Their work is more organized.
The graphics and the resolution of the work are very good.
The solution is very stable.
With JIRA, you can do amazing things by developing connectors, embedding features, and adding new fields to create new things.
The product's centralized database creates a single source of data for working groups so no data needs to be reconciled.
In a PC environment, it is quite stable.
We all know it's really hard to get good pricing and cost information.
Please share what you can so you can help your peers.