we're using atlassian and many other plug-ins for several years now and couldn't be happier. I personally have been and still am an advocate of atlassian internally within our company encouraging anyone to jump on it whenever it felt that it made sense. Now I've been approached from another entity within the company who are looking for a workflow tool with several extended features and have shortlisted among others workflowgen http://www.workflowgen.com/ .
I scrolled the internet hoping that somebody had done the exercise of comparing jira/ atlassina with workflowgen but couldn't find much. Perhaps that is indication that they serve different purposes nevertheless I wanted to reach out to you guys and see whether anyone has any experience that could share.
Here is an exerpt of some of the requirements that they are looking for in a workflow management system:
At a first glance I didn't see anything on the list which I wouldn't be able to serve with JIRA, Confluence and other integrated plug-ins.
What do you guys think?
Youtube can be your best friend for demos (https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=workflowgen).
Though overall, only the first point should not be in JIRA (neither should it be in Confluence). WebDAV perhaps?
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