JIRA Portfolio Primary Use Case
Software Developer at a manufacturing company with 5,001-10,000 employees
I am a software developer and we use this product for end-to-end SDLC. It begins with the requirements gathering, then continues with tracking features and planning our sprints. We also use it for tracking bugs.View full review »
We use Jira to manage the software development lifecycle. We create a project in Jira and capture the requirements at various levels, including epics, features, objectives, stories, defects, etc. One hierarchy can have multiple levels that can be linked, so requirements are more traceable.View full review »
Line Technical Agent at a comms service provider with 1,001-5,000 employees
We are using this solution to manage an agile project. We are putting JIRA on our backlog, and we are following the work in progress with the Kanban board.
We have generated a lot of dashboard in-reporting with JIRA Portfolio to monitor the performance of our direction and our projects team. We have a license for 250 users, and we are going to get a license for 500 users.
Senior Management Consultant at a consultancy with 11-50 employees
Our primary use case is to establish agile teams and Release Mgmnt process. Jira was implemented, and also Portfolio but each team manages the app as they wanted. The tool is very open, which leads to a lot of error, confusion, and end problems. Then we set up a rule to manage it, based on best practices but if someone made an error therewas no way to avoid it. It is important to have a clear methodology from the company prior to start to use a tool like Jira.View full review »
System Engineer at a computer software company with 10,001+ employees
We use JIRA Portfolio for management. It handles all our stories and we use the dashboards and reports. We are not fully utilizing all the features, and we use Tableau on top of it for our portfolio-level dashboards.View full review »
JIRA Portfolio is used by our product teams to collaborate on projects,View full review »