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Integrate Jira with SF

Aarti Mishra
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January 31, 2024

Looking for a way to integrate Jira and SF


Max Foerster - K15t
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January 31, 2024

Hi @Aarti Mishra, welcome to the community!

Do you mind explaining what tool you refer to with "SF" and adding more details on your use case? That will be helpful for anyone in this community to answer your question. :)

Best, Max

Rodney Dsouza January 31, 2024

If you mean SalesForce, then there are Marketplace Plugins for that

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January 31, 2024

Hi @Max Foerster - K15t

I'm the Product Marketing Manager for Appfire's Connector for Salesforce and Jira. It provides bi-directional auto synchronization between Salesforce & Jira and might be just what you're looking for. Feel free to reach out anytime if you'd like to book a demo

Best of luck in your search!

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Shubham Gupta January 31, 2024

Hi @Aarti Mishra 


I am Shubham form team Sinergify. When aiming to integrate Jira with Salesforce, there are several connectors/ custom integration solutions available at your disposal which ensures seamless integration between these platforms.
In contrast, opting for custom integration or alternative middleware solutions often entails the hiring of skilled developers and ongoing investments in their training and support.

A secure connector is one of the robust solutions that ensure seamless integration and synchronization between Salesforce and Jira. 
The connector provides extensive customization options, allowing organizations to tailor the integration to their specific needs. This includes mapping fields between Jira and Salesforce, defining synchronization rules, and adapting the integration to unique business processes.

I hope it helps!
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February 5, 2024

@Aarti Mishra hi. I assume you're referring to Salesforce with that SF. Indeed, you can check the Atlassian marketplace  - such as ZigiOps. It's a fully no-code integration platform, that allows you to bi-directionally connect Jira and Salesforce, and sync their data 100% secure (non of your data is stored by ZigiOps). You can even tailor it to fir any use case scenario and transfer - tasks, cases (attachments, comments and custom fields and other). Feel free to look at  ZigiOps and even try it our via our free trial. 




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February 17, 2024

Hi @Aarti Mishra ,

Hope you are doing well, thanks for posting your question here!

I am Dhiren, one of the Solutions Engineers working at Exalate.

I would recommend you to try out a fully decentralized integration solution like Exalate for integrating Jira with Salesforce.

It provides you a Groovy based scripting engine for next level customisations and supports sync between Jira Issues with Salesforce Objects. (Any standard/custom fields can be synced bi-directionally).

Thanks, Dhiren



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