With Atlassian Connect technology, JIRA OnDemand users can also synchronize their issues with PractiTest ALM
ISRAEL (PRWEB) December 11, 2014
SaaS cloud applications are becoming a preferred delivery model for software for a variety of cost and efficiency benefits according to Forrester analyst James Staten. In fact, Gartner projects the growing spending of IT companies on SaaS based technology and services will reach 17.9% by the end of 2014 at around $14.5 billion, a trend that will only increase in 2015.
This trend is evident with JIRA’s new OnDemand solution and PractiTest’s accommodating integration options in return. "Up until today, JIRA OnPremise users could download and install the PractiTest add-on, to enable their users to synchronize issues in JIRA via PractiTest ALM." says Joel Montvelisky, PractiTest’s system architect. "But now, with Atlassian Connect technology, JIRA OnDemand users can also synchronize their issues with PractiTest ALM”. This Allows the end users to work with two different complementary SaaS products: JIRA hosted - for issues, and PractiTest SaaS ALM for the testing.
The latest integration development with Jira OnDemand is only one of many integration options available that PractiTest has to offer. Keeping in tune with market trends and client requests PractiTest offers integrations with many other popular bug tracking tools such as: Redmine and Bugzilla as well as with several automation tools such as Selenium and Jenkins and more. PractiTest also conducts free live guided demos of it’s solution twice a week, sign-up via their website.
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