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Worksoft Integrates with JIRA


Worksoft has announced that its Certify business process validation software is now integrated with Atlassian's JIRA issue and project management software.

The integration with JIRA allows developers to capture and track the results of Worksoft Certify's automated business process tests and submit incident tickets directly into JIRA using existing workflows and defect management processes.

Worksoft Certify's integration within JIRA workflows offers users a means to view data, report issues, and seek resolution.

"As we observe greater adoption of cloud-based management tools, our integration with ALM software such as JIRA demonstrates our continued commitment to better serve customers seeking compatibility with highly agile cloud solutions," said Jim Dugger, director of product management, Worksoft.

Worksoft provides integration to fit a firm's business process validation into existing ALM processes. The Worksoft Certify Suite automates the complete quality assurance lifecycle across complex, mission-critical enterprise applications, including change impact analysis and audit documentation.


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