How to automate your QA processes with JIRA Software

As a JIRA user, you can use an automated solution that smoothly integrates with JIRA. With an integrated tool, you can merge powerful components with JIRA's dynamic communication in order to execute detailed testing, test multiple product lines, facilitate release schedules, ensure requirements-test case traceability, cite and manage regressions, and track incremental results.

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We’re very excited to announce the release of Bamboo 5.13 that closes out some of the top-voted features by our community. This release should help your team have full control over deployment environments, agents, and the configuration of these requirements. What's new in this release? Deployment requirements In previous versions of Bamboo, deployment environments could either be executed by an agent at runtime that satisfies specific deployment capabilities or by using a dedicated agent. Relying

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These days, offering a great product or service, even if it's at the best price, may not be enough to win and retain customers. The modern customer has come to expect excellence in customer service and it seriously impacts their purchasing decisions. For instance, research shows 55% of consumers are willing to pay more for a guaranteed good experience. And companies are on the hook for providing that good experience, given that it's six to seven times more expensive for companies to win new customers

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Websites. They just happen – right? Wrong! Just ask any web project manager out there. Unfortunately, this isn't an obvious answer to a lot of people out there who request website projects. The thinking is that websites are so simple, easy to use, and beautiful, they must be a breeze to create. But, there is a lot of behind-the-scenes work that needs to happen in order to create a beautiful web experience. And it's anything but easy. Website development projects are complicated If you

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This is a guest post written by Kat Boogard, a writer for Toggl who covers a little bit of everything — but places most of her focus on career, communication, and self-development topics. So, you want to be an amazing agile team. Who can blame you? It’s human nature to want to build something awesome, especially when your team is just starting to take shape. You’re in it to win it. You want to release great software—all while making it look easy. But, unfortunately, there’s no magic

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