I am now implementing JIRA and Conflunce in my Company
Can you please share your expiriemce with me how do you implement Requirment mangment?
does your requirements turn into features/improvements in jira or you are using stories?
or you have a completly different solution?
Thanks in advance
Hello Timothy, Andris thanks for the replay
I wil try to descrive my business enviorment (in which i am trying now to build working procedures..)
Our product offerings can be affected by multiple projects at any given time, so we have support teams that manage them individually. Each of the products may be comporised of seveal different components and/or software solutions. So we have number of implementation projects that can span across several products at any given time, and product development
At the moments our customers do not work with Conflunce and their requirements are written in excel and word
Even if I'm the author of this add-on, I can't recommend highly enough looking at Requirement Yogi. Both major customers and smaller startups are pouring in and they seem extremely satisfied with it – I believe the add-on is ready for prime time. It's based on two principles:
I've published a blogpost on this: How to Manage Requirements in JIRA and Confluence.
Disclaimer: I'm the author of Requirement Yogi, which helps you enumerate and link to requirements.
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