Your team uses Jira to manage tasks. But test cases and requirements are often managed in other tools — and in many cases, maintained in Microsoft Office.

That makes it difficult to get insight into what the requirements are and whether they’ve been approved (unless you manually upload a requirements document to your Jira task). And it’s a challenge to see what the test case is and whether or not a test run has passed or failed.

It doesn’t have to be that way anymore.

Helix ALM makes it easy to get visibility into your requirements and test cases from Jira. That’s because Helix ALM — and its modules Helix RM, Helix TCM, and Helix IM — comes with an out-of-the-box Jira integration.

Connect Jira issues to requirements

Connect Jira issues to requirements.

Link Jira issues to test cases and test runs.

Link Jira issues to test cases and test runs.

Simplify collaboration across teams.

Simplify collaboration across teams.

Keep working with the tools you prefer.

Keep working with the tools you prefer.

See Jira issues in Helix ALM.

You can keep managing your issues in Jira. With this integration, you’ll be able to see the status of your Jira issues from Helix ALM.

That means that no matter which application you’re in — Helix ALM or Jira — you’ll be up-to-date on your project status. Plus, this makes it easy to link Jira issues with other artifacts in the development lifecycle.

See Jira issues in Helix ALM.

Attach test case results to Jira issues.

Let’s say you run a test in Helix ALM (or in the Helix TCM module). If the test fails, you’ll be able to create a Jira issue from the results. When you switch to Jira, you’ll see that the new issue has been logged successfully.

That helps you stay in the loop on issues. And it makes it easier to create traceability from testing to issue resolution.

Attach test case results to Jira issues.

When you’re managing requirements in Helix ALM (or in the Helix RM module), it’s easy to link them to Jira tasks. Once a requirement is set, you’ll be able to see it in Jira. You can then create a Jira task based on that requirement.

This gives you visibility over whether requirements have been assigned and met. This makes it easier to stay on track for releases, and it helps you prove compliance.

Link requirements to Jira tasks.

No strings attached in this ALM Jira integration.

Helix ALM’s integration with Jira is out-of-the-box. If you’ve already licensed Helix ALM (or one of its modules) and Jira, that means…

No extra costs. Easy installation.
In fact, you can set up and test your ALM Jira integration in less than five minutes.

Out-of-the-box Jira integration with Helix ALM

See how easy it is.

Watch this short demonstration.

Need to Integrate with Other Tools?

Helix ALM offers integrations with other development tools. Source control tools, such as Git and Helix Core. Test automation tools, such as Selenium. IDE tools, such as Microsoft Visual Studio. And that's just the beginning.

Plus, Helix ALM can integrate with everyday business tools, including Microsoft Office.

Explore more integrations

You can even build your own integrations using the Helix ALM API (REST API). By integrating your toolset, you’ll be able to help your team develop quality products faster.

Already using Helix ALM, but need help getting started with the REST API? Get help >

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