In the latest v22 platform release, Onspring and Jira platforms fully integrate. This data connector continues to advance Onspring features and functionality to further increase speed and efficiency for interdependent, enterprise teams. One area of optimization in particular for cross-functional teams is platform integrations with third-party tools, which, for Onspring users, now includes Atlassian’s Jira issue and project tracking software for developers.
Let’s look at the bi-directional elements of the data connector with Onspring and Jira, and the benefits of this data relationship.
What is the Onspring and Jira Integration?
Atlassian’s Jira software is a project management tool for agile development teams. Much like Onspring, Jira offers out-of-the-box solutions to help software developers, project managers, QA teams, product designers, and scrum masters plan work, track bugs manage tasks, and deliver software & services efficiently. Both Onspring and Jira put prime importance on saving time, improving visibility, and increasing productivity, which is why both platforms support integrations with other third-party tools and platforms.
But there are distinctions between the two platforms, which lead certain teams to select one or the other for primary use to manage teams, services, incidents, problems, assets, lifecycles, and more. For those using Onspring, powerful data connections are not limited to those inside the Onspring platform. With its v22 release, Onspring offers a ready-made, bi-directional integration with Jira, which means updates and requests to and from your IT team are now automatic within Onspring solutions.
The integration between Onspring and Jira features several time-saving functions:
2 Examples of the Onspring and Jira Integration
One of the most common uses for bi-directional data between Onspring and Jira is for findings, which can seamlessly unite your IT support and risk management teams.
Let’s say a cyber finding logged in Jira by your IT team impacts your organization’s risk profile. With the Onspring and Jira integration, your risk management team can be notified via Onspring when that ticket is logged in Jira.