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Top 3 root causes of agile project failure and how to avoid them

In this guest post, Sanjay Zalavadia, VP Client Services at Zephyr, identifies the top 3 causes of agile project failure and suggests ways to avoid them.

Getting started with the Zephyr for JIRA Importer Utility

In our role asZephyr expert partners, customers often ask us how to import existing test cases into Zephyr for JIRA or Zephyr Enterprise Edition. These might be in Excel, CSV, or perhaps they are held in another system, and need migrating.

Making sure agile projects conform to time and budgetary restrictions

In this guest post, Sanjay Zalavadia from Zephyr explores what it takes to ensure that agile projects deliver on time and within budget.

Top ten JIRA tips!

We were recently asked about our top ten JIRA tips. Rather than talking about keyboard shortcuts, we thought about the ways that you can really get JIRA working for your business.

Happy Easter

All of us here at BDQ would like to wish our customers and partners a Happy Easter. Enjoy the long weekend... and the chocolate.

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Welcome

Welcome to the brand new BDQ website! We've rebranded to "BDQ" as we are now focusing on services as well as software, particularly for Atlassian products.

Happy New Year!

As we come to the end of 2015 we would like to take this opportunity to thank our customers and partners and wish you all a very happy new year. It has been another great year for Business Data Quality with the introduction of our add-on DataQA for JIRA for Atlassian's JIRA. This add-on brings...

Happy holidays!

We would like to wish all our customers and partners a very Merry Christmas and a happy holiday season. Thank you for your custom and goodwill throughout the year and we look forward to working with you again in 2016. The office will be closed Friday 25th December, Monday 28th December and Friday...

Setting up a JIRA Data Center test system on a single host

When it came to testing our new plugin DataQA for JIRA Data Center, there was basically two choices as per the documentation - setting up multiple VMs as individual JIRA nodes, and a load balancer/shared home/db machine. Or put everything on a single host. Initially, we considered setting up...

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