“It’s critical for the entire team to have a shared vision of the health of our company and Notion is a fantastic platform for enabling that vision.” -- Travis Cannon, Director of Product Management at RADAR.
Portland, Ore (PRWEB) October 26, 2016
Notion, the leader in team intelligence software, today unveiled its Atlassian JIRA Software and JIRA Service Desk data connectors. Notion replaces spreadsheets with beautiful dashboards, live reports, and automated reminders so your whole team can use and share the data they need without technical expertise or a lengthy set-up process. This simple, no-coding-required solution lets you collaborate on data from the many tools you use each day, as well as from Google Sheets, manual workflow, and now JIRA Software and JIRA Service Desk.
“More companies than ever recognize that software product development needs to be run as a strategic business process,” said Dave Shanley, Notion CEO and co-founder. “With Notion for JIRA Software and JIRA Service Desk, we’re helping teams measure critical daily performance and communicate their progress in the fastest, most agile and iterative way.”
As the work of every team in every organization -- from Fiat-Chrysler to fast-moving startups -- becomes more complex and vital, they are turning to Notion to give their employees the power to collaborate on their data where traditional business intelligence has failed. “It’s critical for the entire team to have a shared vision of the health of our company and Notion is a fantastic platform for enabling that vision,” said Travis Cannon, Director of Product Management at RADAR.
More than 35,000 customers rely on Atlassian JIRA Software each day to manage and track mission-critical software projects for their teams and businesses. Notion for JIRA Software and JIRA Service desk is built for those teams and rethinks business intelligence from the ground up. Highlights include:
- No coding. No IT. Notion is the single fastest way to start tracking what matters right now. No professional services or technical resources are needed.
• Multi-team visibility. It’s hard running multiple teams, so make your job easier by having a single view of performance. Track work in progress, throughput, response times, open tickets, and more to understand where you need to spend your time effectively.
- SLA compliance. Give your teams the visibility they need to meet service level agreements. Visualize key performance indicator trends over time and built a proactive culture.
- Simple data collection. Notion provides connectors to the tools you’re using everyday and automates the requests for data buried in spreadsheets and scattered across departments.
- Company-wide definition of metrics. For the first time, you and your team will know who owns what information, where it’s coming from, and how often it’s being reported.
- Collaboration. Numbers alone can’t provide the full picture. Comment on trends, ask questions, and embed context alongside the visualization of your information. Notion brings charts to the conversation where it’s happening in tools like Slack, and allows you to capture the story behind the data.
- One-click reporting. Notion enables you to go beyond dashboards and tell your story with beautiful reports that automatically summarize trends over time and quick insights. No more Sunday nights and Monday mornings spent chasing data and trying to build reports.
- Accessible for everyone. Don’t let cost and hidden fees stop you from getting your team aligned and on the same page. Plans start from $100/month for 5 users, and there’s introductory pricing that’s currently detailed at: http://usenotion.com/pricing.
After deploying an early version of Notion for JIRA Software, the team at RADAR has seen its use of Notion spread from Engineering to Product, Finance, and Marketing. They’re no longer losing their Sunday nights spent preparing for leadership meetings and have opened up new channels of communication. “If you took Notion away, it would be like going back to bearskins and spears,” said Andrew Migliore, VP of Engineering.
Notion is the data tool that your team will actually use. Founded in 2015 by startup veterans that were frustrated by existing business intelligence tools, Notion requires no coding, no IT, and no complicated set up to give your team the visibility they need to be successful. Learn more at http://usenotion.com.