One month after being launched on the new Atlassian Marketplace, we are thrilled that Zephyr for JIRA is among the Top Grossing add-ons in three categories:
Zephyr for JIRA is an add-on application that augments JIRA 5, providing cost-effective, highly sophisticated test management capabilities right inside your JIRA 5 instance. As the only vertical test management application built exclusively for the JIRA 5 platform, Zephyr for JIRA completes end-to-end issue tracking and test management inside JIRA by adding testing to the overall planning, development, bug tracking and reporting process. Get your 30 day free trial!
See what some of our customers have to say on the Atlassian Marketplace…
- “The level of JIRA integration is great and allows for easy reference back to the development items. We have saved a lot of time moving from our existing process into Zephyr for JIRA in all aspects, but most notably planning a new test cycle is a very simple activity. Love that you can pull tests from a JQL query straight into a cycle. The execution of tests has recently become very convenient, with all steps listed and the ability to create/link to an issue directly from the execution screen.” - Chris Trott, Quality Assurance Officer, Osmotion
- “Prior to Zephyr for JIRA, we were using a combination of JIRA, Confluence and spreadsheets for test management. We were working on a very large, complex software project and needed a way to incorporate structured testing without the manual overload of text documents, email and trying to maintain a spreadsheet. One thing we love is you can’t even tell it’s a separate product. It looks and works exactly like JIRA. Zephyr for JIRA makes it easy to prioritize which components and features to test, determine which tests passed/failed, and track the severity and impact of bugs.” - Deb Cinkus, CEO of Polished Geek
- “Zephyr has helped us organize and formalize our QA. JIRA integration is great, other great features include the ability to easily set up test steps, repeat tests, create test cycles.” - Tammy Snyder, Director of Software Development – IT Services, Centenary College