Companies and organizations across industries rely on the capabilities of the Scrum tool Jira from the Australian software company Atlassian for automated report generation in agile projects. Typical application areas include project task and requirements management, with the tool being used specifically in defect management and troubleshooting. Jira supports the planning, management, monitoring and implementation of tasks. At the same time, it is used to control, monitor and manage requirements. In this way, even complex systems can be developed efficiently and with few errors, on which work is shared. Applications such as an electronic helpdesk also work with it. The ability to manage workflows efficiently makes Jira an optimal solution for controlling projects and improving processes within workflows.
Using Jira, organizations can increase project management productivity – without losing track of tasks, deadlines, deliverables, and reports. Companies that organize their projects in an agile way using Jira benefit from an effective working environment. The resources available in the team are optimally distributed, and the possible need for additional manpower can be identified early in the process. Jira brings the following benefits:
Jira works reliably, is clearly designed and can be used flexibly. This makes it a useful addition for a wide variety of companies and project-based organized work areas. The tool simplifies teamwork and creates a better workflow.