Devtrack is a development and bug tracking solution that provides development methodologies and facilitates communication between coding and testing teams.
The solution creates modules based on functional areas where developers have to complete all tasks of a module in a specific time-frame. These modules provide a flexible structure to categorize tasks based on different product components.
Devtrack manages different tasks related to product development by breaking down large feature sets into smaller sets which can be implemented within a module. Developers can create multiple product development tasks under each module and track completion of feature sets based on project status. The solution maintains a product backlog where project supervisors prioritize some feature sets based on urgent needs. Users can drag and drop a selected feature set in a product catalog and assign workload to team members.
DevTrack implements a waterfall model using milestones for each stage in the development process. The system creates sub-releases within milestones to organize product delivery into alpha, beta and production versions.
Abhijit from Informatica LLC.
We used to have Devtrack to maintain bugs etc. but it was clunky and features were not always the most user-friendly. It got the job done but had performance issues etc. Hope it becomes easier to use and embraces cloud for teams across the globe without incurring performance/access issues,
Glen from Informatica Corporation
Employees number: 1,001-5,000 employees
We used devtrack for many years and it was very difficult to get the data out of the system. I couldn't ever understand how to query or get reports simply. It should be easy to see what cases you created or how many cases are from a certain area, but it isn't.
We used if for many years so it did the job and R&D and Support used it together.
It isn't up to date, per the last release I experienced. Also reporting was very challenging and not user friendly.
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