Webinar: Planning Apps in Atlassian Jira – A Detailed Update
Highlights of the webinar:
- Traditional planning is making a comeback in Jira – growth in the last year is well beyond pure Agile – long live the Gantt!
- Simple Calendar planning and checklists are increasingly popular
- The main players – SoftwarePlant, Tempo and Atlassian – own close to 50% of the market between them
It’s been nearly a year since we first started collecting Marketplace data and we wanted to celebrate by providing a report on the state of the planning category for Jira apps. This analysis does not include the new acquisition Agile Craft (Now Align) or stand-alone planning apps.
Our take on this category is of course that it’s a good idea to support multiple planning approaches; Agile Scrum/Kanban, Waterfall, and Scrumfall. This is not to say that niche planning apps don’t have a place in your portfolio rather is to understand how far they support planning requirements.
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Webinar highlights: Traditional planning is making a comeback in Jira – growth in the last year is well beyond pure Agile – long live the Gantt! Simple Calendar planning and checklists are increasingly popular. The main players – SoftwarePlant, Tempo and Atlassian – own close to 50% of the market between them.
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