Current structure is
- Product Requirements in "Advanced Roadmap" (formerly Portfolio for JIRA)
- Requirement documents are in Confluence.
- "Task Management (EPIC/US/Tasks)" (Agile Scrum teams) in JIRA
Given a possibility to have both R4J plugin and Advanced roadmaps plugin available in JIRA environment.
What are the advantages of "Advanced Roadmaps" plugin in comparison with Requirement Management plugins like R4J and vice versa.
Is it enough to have have "Advanced Roadmap" plugin and achieve all Requirement management nuances. If not then what are
Disclaimer: I´m employed at the vendor of R4J
Hello Saket Rustagi,
thank you for your interest in R4J - Requirements Management for Jira. If you like, I can arrange a free product demo for you, please contact our service desk and suggest some schedule options.
Additionally to an absolute flexible structure of your Jira issues (not limited to requirements) in the project tree, R4J offers you further important features for requirement management as
Please let me know when you want to know more about it, I hope to be in contact with you soon,
Best regards for Germany, Bernhard
Hi @Bernhard Doleschel ,
Just wanted to confirm that we already have R4J plugin available in our JIRA Server.
We are looking to gather more information on whether we shall activate the same for our project and what advantages we can get over "Advanced Roadmaps" plugin from Atlassian.
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