Jile Software Review for 2020
Jile is a cloud-based Agile delivery platform that can scale from a single team to multiple teams across the whole organization. It is an enterprise Agile planning and DevOps tool that is easy to try and use. Adopting Agile can be challenging, and scaling it across the whole company is even more difficult without the right platform. Jile enables IT organizations to quickly deliver services, which in turn enables businesses to deliver value to their demanding customers.
Features, Benefits, Product Strengths
- Agile Product Development and Management – Jile supports Agile methodology by enabling users to define their product vision, set objectives, and manage initiatives. It has tools to help capture product vision and strategy, define objectives and key results, identify, create and prioritize initiatives, and track on a Kanban board. They can also derive and identify features from initiatives, manage them using drag-and-drop, elaborate on the features and break them into user stories, and prioritize backlog with custom calculators and ranking.
- Release Management and Tracking – The Agile delivery platform includes tools for defining product roadmap, managing release and iteration timelines. Intuitive planning boards allow users to adjust scope, capacity, and iterations in real time. They can also track release and iteration progress with visual dashboards.
- Deployment Management, Metrics, Reporting, and more – Jile supports DevOps with deployment management and automation using custom scripts and plugins. Users can deploy with a single click and track builds across various stages of the pipeline. They can track progress by capturing deployment metrics, then generate reports and analyze their process. Other features include pre-configured Agile and DevOps metrics to track progress, customizable multi-dimensional pivots, and custom reports through JIT analytics. The platform also supports Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD) toolkit and Large Scale Scrum (LeSS) framework.
Jile is simply priced at $9 per user per month. Add as many user licenses as needed at any time during the subscription period. A free 30-day trial period is also offered.
Social Network Presence
Jile is for businesses of all sizes that are ready to adopt, currently implementing, or looking to scale Agile across their organization.
Some of their Clients
Clients include Malaysian Airlines, Tata iQ, a multinational steel company, one of the largest private banks in the world, and a global banking and financial services company.
Nor Hayati Abdullah stated that Jile helps her monitor the development progress anytime and anywhere. It has become easy for her as project manager to monitor and control the deliverables in every iteration. It has ease of use and supports agile project management.
Vijaya Deepti stated that the platform has made it easy for him and his team to embark on their Agile journey. With its intuitive product feature planning capabilities, they were able to develop and launch their company website on-time.
Jile is an Agile platform that addresses scaling issues. It can be used by businesses at any point in their Agile transformation phase. Whether they are just trying out Agile for the first time with a small team, implementing Agile across multiple teams, or already aligning product development and delivery to long-term business strategies, the software is consistently accessible, easy to use, and scaleable. In April 2019, Jile was among the tools that debuted in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Agile Planning Tools.
Jile is a product of Tata Consultancy Services Ltd, or TCS, part of the Tata Group of companies, a large multinational public company with headquarters in Mumbai, India. TCS was founded in 1968 as an IT services, consulting, and business solutions organization. It has 400,000 trained consultants in 46 countries. In its experience, TCS realized that Agile seems to work better for smaller co-located teams than with large distributed teams. Although the market was offering different Agile tools and frameworks, none could adress the difficulty of scaling across various dimensions. So, in 2017, TCS built Jile, a cloud-based Agile DevOps product that can help users scale from small teams to large programs and portfolios.