Review of JIRA: Features and Pricing of Top 2016 Project Management Software


JIRA is designed to help users assign and set priorities to their work. It allows them to manage the whole process of application development from concept to launch. The software has a simple and intuitive interface that enables easy collaboration with team members and allows you to do all your tasks in an effective manner. 

In our JIRA reviews you’ll learn more about the software’s benefits, pricing, technical specs and more.


Benefits of JIRA

JIRA has a cloud-hosted version which offers the following benefits:

  • Instant set-up
  • Distributed collaboration
  • Among the many advantages we cite in our JIRA reviews is the bundled add-ons and remote integrations
  • Subscription pricing: month-to-month.

JIRA’s on-premise version offers the following benefits:

  • Perpetual license: one-time purchase
  • Extreme customization
  • Complete application control
  • Add-ons available from the Atlassian Marketplace

Overview of JIRA Features

  • Advanced reporting
  • Advanced security and administration
  • Available for download
  • Available OnDemand in the cloud
  • Bugs and defect management
  • Customizable dashboards and wallboards
  • Easily import data from other systems
  • Integration with flexible REST APIs
  • Mobile interface
  • Polished user experience
  • Powerful and customizable workflows
  • Powerful search and filtering
  • Seamless source and issue integration
  • Unlimited custom fields
  • You can find more info about the features in our JIRA reviews

Pricing of JIRA

JIRA pricing plans start at $10/month for 10 users

  • 15 users – $50/month
  • 25 users – $100/month
  • 50 users – $200/month
  • 100 users – $300/month
  • 500 users – $500/month
  • 2000 users – $1000/month

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