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Unburdening Jira: 

How to optimize your end-to-end value stream

Are you drowning Jira and the rest of your value stream?

Having ‘one tool to rule them all’ is naturally appealing in terms of perceived simplicity and cost benefits. The idea, however, is inherently flawed. History speaks for itself; any tool that has attempted to be ‘everything for everyone’ has failed miserably. There’s just too many nuances within the different workflows across the various specialty teams that plan, build and deliver software at scale.

First it was RTC. Now it’s Jira. The truth is, you can’t migrate all the specialist stages of enterprise software into one tool. Plugging too much workflow into Jira (or any one system) will undo its productivity benefits and undermine the effectiveness your end-to-end software delivery value stream.

Register for our webinar with Tasktop to learn:

  • The rise and benefits of Jira
  • Why a best-of-breed tool approach is vital to support all stages in the software delivery process
  • How integrating Jira with all other tools optimizes the value of each tool


Guest Speakers

Craig Gorveatt

Craig Gorveatt

Pre-Sales Engineer



Craig Gorveatt is a Pre-Sales Engineer at Tasktop Technologies, helping companies in a wide variety of industries make better use of their software development and delivery tools through the power of value stream integration.

Prior to joining Tasktop, Craig worked at VersionOne solving the challenges organizations face when implementing Agile or Waterfall processes. Craig is a Certified Scrum Master, a Scaled Agilist, and has a background in education with a Masters of Science in Education in Learning Design and Technology from Purdue University.


See you there!


Date: Tuesday September 18th, 2018

Time: 10:00 am PT

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