JIRA Software vs VersionOne Comparison Chart

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Shalabh Gupta

Amazing Agile tool.

2019-03-04

Pros

Easy to use. We can quikly follow an assigned task and the task can then act as a bridge to address issues from many different teams involved.

Cons

More story based approach like versionone, atleast can be a blend of the Jira or V1 so that we can track each individual story as well as all the child tasks related to them

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Time used: 6-12 months

Frequency of use: Weekly

Likelihood to recommend

9/10
Source: Capterra
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Project management solutions that work.

2015-07-28

After failing to bring RallyDev or VersionOne on-board, I revisited JIRA with complete administrative access and realized that there is more under the hood than meets the eye.

Pros

JIRA provides a high level of customization to views, workflow, screens, fields, boards and reports. Just about every portion of JIRA allows for custom changes to fit your project needs. Customization can be done a a global and/or project level. Security is also customized to allows for various group and user access.

Cons

Because JIRA is truly based on Scrum, it follows the "all or nothing" rule where if any part of your story is incomplete at the end of the sprint, it must roll over to the next sprint. JIRA does not split stories.

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Time used: 1-2 years

Source: GetApp
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Gabriel Ciochina

Expensive but extremely effective for project management

2019-01-11

In the end, I should probably add that I've been using all kinds of bug tracking systems for about 15 years (starting with ancient tools like redmine going through PivotalTracker or VersionOne or JIRA) and almost all of them were either missing features that I deemed important or "spartan" usage/layouts that constraint the usage.

Pros

- Overviews & quick access to information - Possibility to integrate with most commonly used systems (it integrates with pretty much all mainstream tools, nut just the ones from Atlassian) - you can integrate it even with continuous integration tools or test management tools (e.g. TestRails) - Security control (everything is fine grained, tools to configure fine-grain access are already integrated - Comes out of the box with the most common work scenarios (client onside/offsite, development only/development + product management, etc) - Reporting (easy to extract the things that matter (whether this is worked hours or development velocity) - Version management (easy to manage what features are grouped in a release, or what fixtures were done for which version) - Workflows can be customized to match just about any real-life usage scenario - Allows for both on-premises (self-hosted) installation and cloud usage. - Configurable dashboards

Cons

- Pricing - it is prohibitively expensive for small companies, although they are making steps to minimize this with the new pricing models (e.g.: a few years ago they started allowing up to 5 accounts per project and unlimited projects, for a fixed yearly fee).

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Time used: 2+ years

Frequency of use: Daily

Likelihood to recommend

10/10
Source: Capterra
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