We're currently evaulating several Jira consultants to help us create and define workflows and provide admin tarining. So far, we've spoke with Service Rocket and Appfire. While Service Rocket offers in house consulting and training, Appfire offers only remote training. Do you think in house consultants are necessary for Jira? Can you provide any feedback on these companies or recommend any others? My company is located in Los Angeles.
It depends on your needs. Remote training can be very good, assuming it is an interactive session and not just web based training. I suggest you try the folks at Go2Group. Awesome expert Atlassian partners with some of the best consultants in the world on staff. One of the wrote the JIRA Development Cookbook considered the bible for JIRA developers and customerizers. www.go2group.com
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