Tired of late night phone conferences, countless e-mail threads, and way too many meetings to keep everyone in synch? Want to maximize the efficiency of your agile software engineering processes?
Then check out the new 10 minute introduction video of zAgile Teamwork. We show you how to have a tightly integrated agile software engineering environment using Atlassian's Confluence and JIRA. zAgile provides the "glue" to integrate any software engineering tool: issue tracker, wiki, version control, continuous build, etc.
Out of the box you have all the key pieces to handle:
- Requirements and Test Cases in Confluence: zAgile provides "smart templates" that allow you to capture these key concepts in a structured way PLUS tie them to Projects, Issues, and Tasks in JIRA. And you can pull in information from JIRA as desired.
- Issues, Tasks, Projects in JIRA: this is the standard JIRA capability, and zAgile adds the ability to tie content directly to wiki and other tool content, and expose that external content inside JIRA
So why spend a fortune on IBM (Jazz / TeamConcert), Microsoft (Team Foundation Server), and Oracle (BeeHive) to make their own tools work together and also with external tools? zAgile delivers a highly affordable and open way to integrate information across your environment. That means you achieve:
- optimal efficiency with integrated phases of software engineering (agile, or otherwise)
- high predictability
- extreme traceability of Requirements
For a more detailed look at zAgile Teamwork, check out the 1 hour recorded Atlassian webinar.