Before implementing any paid tool in an organization, we should get proper knowledge about the same. Jira is a paid bug tracking tool which is developed by the Australian Company Atlassian. The main purpose of this tool is Project management and to track Bugs, Tasks, Enhancements etc. This tool can also be used for time tracking on assigned tasks. We can also pull reports related to defects reported, defects regressed, time logged etc. One of the good advantage we can check the current status of any bug/task (For example: In Dev, In-Test, Ready for Test etc). Now, member (Dev/QA) can be aware which team needs to work on which particular ticket.
Many functional testing services companies wants to implement Jira because it have the ability to promote and develop Lean & Agile principles, which benefits in saving time and money. Jira experts can show and make use of everything from knowledge sharing and asset tracking to all the workflows and add-ons helping us to streamline our company’s digital and development operations, which is a huge plus.
Jira has many features to offer than other project management tools in the market and it has the capacity to be customized to meet any business needs in the real time environment. Jira contains multiple Plug-ins, which allows the system to automatically generate sub-tasks for items that need to be complete on every single Jira issues. We can also create sub-tasks for unit/integration testing and technical documentation.
Jira keeps the transition and workflow pretty simple. Hence, we should implement Jira in the large business or company because of its vast features. Hope this information is very useful for you.