Ten Commandments for Choosing a Test Management System for Jira Provided by Goldfinger Holdings | TechWell

As agile adoption continues to grow, more and more organizations are moving to Jira to manage their projects, organize tasks, and track issues more efficiently. In an agile environment, efficient organization and management of test cases is absolutely key to delivering high-quality software that is both on time and within budget. Many teams using Jira are leveraging its powerful customization capabilities to set up and manage test cases in the same instance. However, there are some limitations to just using Jira by itself for end-to-end test management since there is no testing-specific functionality built natively into the tool. So, if you’ve made the transition to Jira and your developers love it, what can you do? Is there any way for your test team to get enhanced testing value out of Jira?

Using a Jira test case management plugin is the answer, but with so many available on the Atlassian Marketplace, which do you choose? Before making a choice you need to factor in a host of things. In this guide, we discuss the ten key considerations that you need to take into account in order to determine which test management solution is right for you.

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