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RITUPARNA BURAGOHAIN

Hello All,

We are a small sized (120 employees and growing) IT company in Beijing, China specializing in software outsourcing. We are using Jira for time and issue tracking, which is working out just fine, but the Excel-based tool we use for resource management is becoming unmanageable. Anyone has any suggestions for a good IT system for resource management, considering our size, location and industry?

 

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Ritu


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RE: Resource Management software

Yaron Golan
ms-project?


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Hello All,

We are a small sized (120 employees and growing) IT company in Beijing, China specializing in software outsourcing. We are using Jira for time and issue tracking, which is working out just fine, but the Excel-based tool we use for resource management is becoming unmanageable. Anyone has any suggestions for a good IT system for resource management, considering our size, location and industry?

 

Regards,
Ritu


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RE: Resource Management software

RITUPARNA BURAGOHAIN

Hi Yaron,

Thanks for your response. I have used MS-Project for project management (task allocation and tracking), but not sure if it could be used, or easy to use, across multiple projects. Any suggestions?

 


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ms-project?

 


From: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of RITUPARNA BURAGOHAIN
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Subject: [JIRA-user] Resource Management software

Hello All,

We are a small sized (120 employees and growing) IT company in Beijing, China specializing in software outsourcing. We are using Jira for time and issue tracking, which is working out just fine, but the Excel-based tool we use for resource management is becoming unmanageable. Anyone has any suggestions for a good IT system for resource management, considering our size, location and industry?

 

Regards,
Ritu


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RE: Resource Management software

Yaron Golan
I work for a company which is about your size, and we have several projects running in parallel.
It is not very easy, but we do use the MS-project.
 
Hope that helps ..
YG


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Hi Yaron,

Thanks for your response. I have used MS-Project for project management (task allocation and tracking), but not sure if it could be used, or easy to use, across multiple projects. Any suggestions?

 


From: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Yaron Golan
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ms-project?

 


From: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of RITUPARNA BURAGOHAIN
Sent: Friday, November 30, 2007 8:47 AM
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Subject: [JIRA-user] Resource Management software

Hello All,

We are a small sized (120 employees and growing) IT company in Beijing, China specializing in software outsourcing. We are using Jira for time and issue tracking, which is working out just fine, but the Excel-based tool we use for resource management is becoming unmanageable. Anyone has any suggestions for a good IT system for resource management, considering our size, location and industry?

 

Regards,
Ritu


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RITUPARNA BURAGOHAIN

Can it be interfaced with Jira (time tracking and issue tracking)? We might also want it to interface with payroll/accounting (we are using Ufida) and sales (thinking about using SugarCRM).

 


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I work for a company which is about your size, and we have several projects running in parallel.

It is not very easy, but we do use the MS-project.

 

Hope that helps ..

YG

 


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Subject: RE: [JIRA-user] Resource Management software

Hi Yaron,

Thanks for your response. I have used MS-Project for project management (task allocation and tracking), but not sure if it could be used, or easy to use, across multiple projects. Any suggestions?

 


From: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Yaron Golan
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Subject: RE: [JIRA-user] Resource Management software

 

ms-project?

 


From: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of RITUPARNA BURAGOHAIN
Sent: Friday, November 30, 2007 8:47 AM
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Subject: [JIRA-user] Resource Management software

Hello All,

We are a small sized (120 employees and growing) IT company in Beijing, China specializing in software outsourcing. We are using Jira for time and issue tracking, which is working out just fine, but the Excel-based tool we use for resource management is becoming unmanageable. Anyone has any suggestions for a good IT system for resource management, considering our size, location and industry?

 

Regards,
Ritu


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RE: Resource Management software

Yaron Golan
I am sorry, but I do not know the answer.
We use the MS-project for resources management and the Jira for issues tracking.
They are not connected.
 
YG


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Can it be interfaced with Jira (time tracking and issue tracking)? We might also want it to interface with payroll/accounting (we are using Ufida) and sales (thinking about using SugarCRM).

 


From: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Yaron Golan
Sent: Friday, November 30, 2007 3:04 PM
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Subject: RE: [JIRA-user] Resource Management software

 

I work for a company which is about your size, and we have several projects running in parallel.

It is not very easy, but we do use the MS-project.

 

Hope that helps ..

YG

 


From: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of RITUPARNA BURAGOHAIN
Sent: Friday, November 30, 2007 8:55 AM
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Subject: RE: [JIRA-user] Resource Management software

Hi Yaron,

Thanks for your response. I have used MS-Project for project management (task allocation and tracking), but not sure if it could be used, or easy to use, across multiple projects. Any suggestions?

 


From: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Yaron Golan
Sent: Friday, November 30, 2007 2:48 PM
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Subject: RE: [JIRA-user] Resource Management software

 

ms-project?

 


From: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of RITUPARNA BURAGOHAIN
Sent: Friday, November 30, 2007 8:47 AM
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Subject: [JIRA-user] Resource Management software

Hello All,

We are a small sized (120 employees and growing) IT company in Beijing, China specializing in software outsourcing. We are using Jira for time and issue tracking, which is working out just fine, but the Excel-based tool we use for resource management is becoming unmanageable. Anyone has any suggestions for a good IT system for resource management, considering our size, location and industry?

 

Regards,
Ritu


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Re: Resource Management software

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Ritu -

Yes you can connect Project to JIRA, and vice-versa using plugins: http://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRAEXT

I'd thought about it myself but ended up going a different route.
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RE: Resource Management software

RITUPARNA BURAGOHAIN
Thank you. I will try it out!!

Regards,
Ritu

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Ritu -

Yes you can connect Project to JIRA, and vice-versa using plugins:
http://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRAEXT

I'd thought about it myself but ended up going a different route.
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Being a fellow JIRA/Confluence user, I was also searching for a tool for project management for our team use - one which works with the hundreds of JIRA issues we already have in place.

I found "The Connector". We haven't done anything more than read its information and tried the many demos on the site - it sure sounds promising! In fact the thing I was most impressed with was the large amount of documentation and demos for it.

Has anyone given it a spin yet? It is available at http://www.the-connector.com/
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Hi!  Did you ever do anything with the Connector? I have tried it. There are some good things about it and some things I couldn't get working correctly.  It is great how it populates MS Project but the "update" button doesn't work for me. So I ended up re-importing all of the time. So then I couldn't use the calendar function or I would be forever updating it.  Curious to see how you got on?

Cheers,
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Hi, I went to this site and all I could see is MS Project Import plug-in  which only seems to go in one direction.  From MS Project to Jira.  Does it work both directions and have you tried it?

Any help would be appreciated. I can't seem to update using the Connector.

Cheers,
Nancie
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You can try www.reportslite.com
These reports will be great your project management tool set.

Srinivas
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Re: Resource Management software

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You should look into Saviom Resource Management. The tool is great for scheduling your resources and is highly configurable which can be adapted according to your company’s size and industry (i.e. fields and functionalities can be added or dropped according to how your company grows).