PivotalTracker is a simple and effective agile project management tool developed by Pivotal Labs.
Pivotal Tracker allows software teams to collaborate in real time with file sharing, task management, velocity tracking, iteration planning, release markers and progress charts all built in.
JIRA is a project management software, designed to help organizations capture, assign, and set priorities to their work. It allows its users to manage the entire process of application development, from concept creation to launch. It's simple, intuitive interface enables collaboration with teammates and allows them to get the job done in an effective manner.
Team members can use JIRA to plan, track, and release developed software. It enables them to create user stories and issues, plan sprints, and assign tasks to team members. Plus, JIRA offers real-time, visual data reports to boost team performance.
With JIRA, there's no shortage of ways to stay in the loop. Whether to receive updates via email, chat, or by checking in on a mobile device.
Basecamp makes collaboration and project management simple and productive with a wide variety of different tools: to-do lists, file sharing, web-based text documents, time tracking, milestone management and a live messaging system.
Basecamp operates on the cloud and is also available in mobile form for Android and iOS.
The trial period lasts for 60 days (2 months). Basecamp has been used and trusted by some 15 million users around the world.
Basecamp concentrates its efforts on keeping collaboration and project management as simple as possible.
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Transform how you build software
Increase visibility and collaboration
Deliver on customer feedback
Plan based on realistic estimates
Remote Issue Links: Linking user issues to another JIRA instance or to external applications.
Shares & Mentions: Ability to share an issue, instead of copying a link, and send it to someone using another application.
Custom Workflow: The workflow is the most powerful feature. It controls how a team interacts with JIRA, making sure everyone is familiar with it.
Custom Fields: There are selectable lists, check boxes, user pickers and more set-up fields.
Monitoring Activity Streams & Dashboards: Providing up-to-date information on everything happening in the project.
JIRA's built-in reports: Make it easy to stay up-to-date on projects and progress.
To-do lists: Keep your to-do lists online and in one place. Basecamp allows you to add lists and assign people in your team to be responsible for each one. As tasks are completed, simply check off the item and it will move to the completed list.
Share files with ease: Basecamp’s built in file sharing makes it simple to share documents with team members or project clients. Upload anything from designs to invoices, categorise them, and download anytime, anywhere. Keep large files out of your emails!
Free for 60 days: Basecamp is completely free for two months and then operates on a pay-as-you-go service, starting at $20 / month.
Communicate effectively: The Basecamp message board makes communication more effective. Easily post messages, categorize them, attach necessary files, and allow anyone you choose to comment on your message(s). Find your conversations with ease with the built in search function.
Track progress: Keep track of important deadlines with Basecamp’s ‘milestones'. Assign milestones to team members, follow them in the dashboard, and subscribe them to iCal. You can also keep track of the time you spend on tasks or projects with the built in time tracking feature.
Credit card required: N/A
For projects: $10/mo
For development: $20/mo
For service desk: from $20/mo
No FAQs associated with this application.
Does this service offer multi-user capability (e.g. teams)?
By design JIRA can only have 1 user at a time for a given issue, but allows multiple user assignment. For instance:
Managing Issues via a Queue
Managing Issues via Group Ownership
Managing Issues via a User Account
Managing Issue via Sub-Tasks
Does this service integrate with any other apps?
Jira integrates with other apps, like Atlassian Confluence, FishEye/Crucible, Bamboo, Tempo’s project and portfolio management solutions.
Does this service offer an API?
Jira does offer an API.
Who are the main user groups of this service?
The main users of JIRA are software and mobile app teams and project managers.
What is this service generally used for?
This service is generally used to track issues and bugs related to the team's software and mobile apps, but is also used for project management.
What platforms does this service support?
JIRA is a pure Java-based application, and supports Oracle JDK / JRE (formerly Sun JDK / JRE).
Does this service offer guides, tutorials and or customer support?
It does offer tech support, answers, and a knowledge base for users.