par Atlassian4.5 / 5 7 522 avis
Pour qui ?
JIRA est approuvé par des équipes de toutes tailles qui cherchent à détecter les problèmes et mettre en place des solutions, à assigner le travail et à suivre l'activité de l'équipe. JIRA est idéal pour la gestion de projets agile, le développement de logiciels et bien plus encore.
Notes moyennes7 522 avis
- Note globale 4.5 / 5
- Facilité d'utilisation 4 / 5
- Service client 4 / 5
- Fonctionnalités 4.5 / 5
- Rapport qualité-prix 4 / 5
Informations sur le produit
- À partir de 10,00 $US/mois
- Version gratuite Non
- Version d'essai gratuite Oui, obtenez un essai gratuit
Cloud, SaaS, web
Formation en ligne en direct
Service de support permanent (réponse directe)
Informations sur l'éditeur
- Fondé en 2002
En savoir plus sur JIRA
Jira est l'outil de développement logiciel n° 1 utilisé par les équipes agiles. Des millions de clients l'ont choisi pour planifier et développer de grands produits. Il aide les équipes à offrir de la valeur aux clients en publiant des versions plus tôt, plus souvent et plus itérativement.
Elles utilisent Jira pour transformer les opinions en nouvelles fonctionnalités et améliorer la satisfaction des clients. Grâce à ce logiciel, elles obtiennent une visibilité sur les objectifs à long terme, l'état d'avancement du travail et les informations de publication en temps réel. Alors que les équipes s'adaptent aux évolutions du marché, Jira contribue à faire en sorte que les processus évoluent à la même vitesse.
JIRA - Fonctionnalités
- Automatisation des processus métiers
- Contrôles/Permissions d'accès
- Gestion des règles métiers
- Gestion visuelle du workflow
- Mappage de processus
- Modélisation et conception de processus
- Suivi des changements de processus
- Analyse ad hoc
- Analyse prédictive
- Analyse qualitative
- Analyse quantitative
- Budgétisation et prévision
- Consolidation et regroupement
- Fiches d'évaluation (scorecards)
- Indicateurs clés de performance
- Planification stratégique
- Rapports ad hoc
- Tableau de bord
- Attributs définis par les parties prenantes
- Définition des priorités
- Gestion des changements
- Gestion des tâches
- Suivi des statuts
- CTA personnalisables
- Campagnes de drip marketing
- Contenu dynamique
- Lead scoring
- Marketing social
- Pages de renvoi et formulaires web
- Sales intelligence
- Search marketing
- Suivi des visiteurs de sites web
- Suivi du ROI et de l'analytique
- Tests A/B
- Contrôle de niveau administrateur
- Examen des exigences
- Gestion de projets
- Gestion de versions
- Gestion des niveaux utilisateur
- Gestion des tâches
- Gestion des versions
- Planification de l'itération
- Suivi des cas de test
- Suivi des problèmes
Avis les plus utiles sur JIRA
Publié le 25/09/2019
Powerful, enterprise software that might be more than you need
Commentaires: We use Jira as a kanban/agile project management tool in software development. The workflow is well understood by most developers and onboarding new team members into our system is a breeze. It is good at tracking projects and managing sprints.
Avantages: As an SDLC management tool it excels. It's designed from the ground up for tracking user stories, tasks, epics, sprints, etc. in large organizations. It is excellent for cross functional team collaboration and really shines in a mature environment that doesn't change frequently or quickly. It is continuously improving and it is obvious that the JIRA team is very proactive and dedicated to staying ahead of the competition in features and services.
Inconvénients: It is overkill for smaller teams or products that are very early in their life. When projects and teams are very dynamic, Jira projects become bloated, cumbersome, and fragmented. This product really is suited for larger, mature organizations that already have strong procedural discipline and rather monolithic approval/decision making. I know it's supporting agile methodology but really it's rigidness is more aligned with waterfall type management.
Publié le 15/08/2019
Finest application for the Agile software lifecycle
Commentaires: I use JIRA in all the Agile software development for classification and bug tracking for every user with Dashboards. I am satisfied with the JIRA features but I think JIRA needs to provide more integration towards CICD tools so that user can get more idea about the bug tracking.
Avantages: Easy to create Agile dashboards to track bugs in different development life cycle. We can also extract informations regarding the user specific tickets created and worked for any period of time. Also we can attache documents to gives an entire idea about the the bugs and time tracker in comment section provides how much time it takes to fix the bugs. In the software industry JIRA is one of the widely used Bug tracking platform. The idea of classification of tickets like EPIC,Task are very useful to identify the work load needed for that ticket.
Inconvénients: Need exact date and time of the ticket creation and comments when the ticket gets older, right now it describes like the ticket is "created more two weeks ago". JIRA also needs to integration with CICD tools for more information regarding the bug tracking and fixing. JIRA should provide a dashboard for each user how much time he worked on a ticket to track the overall work time and also it will be very easy for the Administrator also.
Publié le 13/08/2019
Jira is the Best Project Management Software
THe best software for project management ever.
It's paid, but even for our size of projects, we still love to spend some money on it and enjoy the good project management.
Everything ! the software is very powerful, it has a lot of options and features:
- Scrum, Agility and flexibility of changing flows.
- Security setup for every type of users.
- A lot of features ( no way to compare it with any other software i know )
- Very simple to use
- Sprints support..
- High Availability.
- Awesome Designs ( old and new ).
And so many other things i love about JIRA
Inconvénients: I wish the cost was a little more less for small sized companies.
Publié le 18/07/2019
Jira for bug tracking and project management
Commentaires: I highly recommend Jira for a bug tracking tool and especially for Agile software teams. For us it has really made a difference in terms of: team collaboration, Agile methodology adoption, decreased time to market of new projects/new features and on the overall teams' spirit. We have seen a wide adoption for the other departments as well, non software development.
We used several bug tracking tools in the past but Jira is by far the best one. What I like most:
- user friendly interface, provides a nice user experience
- Agile SCRUM/Kanban support out of the box
- extremely configurable on almost everything
- extendable through custom scripting, either built-in or via addons
- very collaborative
- there are thousands of addons in the marketplace; you can even write your own
Being so flexible to be configured, the learning curve for admins is a little steep.
The price is based on the number of users and if you experience wide user adoption in a big company, you end up in paying more for upgrading to the next tier, than if you would pay for that tier first time.
Publié le 15/07/2019
Great for Backlogs and Organizing Software Releases - Bad For Agility
Commentaires: Great software, but I couldn't believe there was no native chat support for assisting with issues. Really Atlassian? Are you that proud of the UI? You shouldn't be... you probably bought Trello because enough people were having a hard time figuring out all of Jira's quirks. Trello is so much easier and faster to get up and running for projects, so that was a good buy. Take notes.
Avantages: The backlog and features for managing the backlog with different methodologies such as Kanban, Scrum, or Kanban + Scrum hybrid are very flexible. Planning sprints, releasing sprints, and looking at history of what was done is very organized.
Inconvénients: Cumbersome to setup. Workflows for issues and UI/UX for creating them is not easy to understand. Sure you can figure it out, but it will require a lot of facepalms. It's good for larger organizations with several cross-functional teams, but if you are a smaller organization stick with Trello and checklists for the cards if sub-tasks are needed. The sub-tasks in Jira are just plain awful to work with, and will end up wasting a lot of time for your team.