Webinar: Planning Apps in Jira – A Detailed Update – Oct 17, 2019
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.
You can also download our whitepaper on this topic here:
It’s been nearly a year since we first started collecting Market place 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.
Webinar: A Detailed Review of Automation & Scripting Apps for Jira, Confluence & BitBucket – Nov 14, 2019
There are 159,000 customers using Atlassian and this category is the fifth largest – find out what’s hot and trending. Make more informed decisions with fact-based, objective analysis from Blended Perspectives.
Join us in this engaging webinar where Troy DuMoulin (VP R&D at Pink Elephant) and Miles Faulkner (Co-CEO of Blended Perspectives) will describe the full stack of culture, practice, and automation as critical success factors for taking an integrated end-to-end approach to processes and automation.
Reporting on Reporting – A Comprehensive Analysis of Reporting Apps in the Atlassian Marketplace – January 15, 2020
Our category report on all things Reporting in Jira and Confluence. Who are the main players and fast movers? How big is this category and what are the main use cases? These are some of the key questions we address in the report.