Have you ever been involved on a project with no deadlines, unlimited resources, and unlimited scope? Probably not. Projects need to be delivered on time, with a budget (and benefits (smile) ), and delivering the correct functionality… The time cost quality relationship is shown as a Time Cost Quality triangle:
You may have worked under the guidelines of a quality triangle, also known as a project management triangle, iron triangle, or project triangle.
Why is that? Why limits our ability to create a product or improve a system?
First, the world we work and live in has limits. We have a lot of time to do, only a set of resources available and limited knowledge. We do our best with what we have to work with at the time.
Second, as sometimes is said, “If there’s no deadline, you’ll happily play with the plan and test.”
With this component a user can easily create accounts based on a set of Jira projects within a time period and obtain summarized information about these project triangle axis. Our goal is to offer tools to control them:
Time: how many time have been logged? What about estimations?
Cost: We know that on Atlassian Jira, sometimes is difficult to get cost info based on your organization human costs and project budget.
Quality: Also, project quality must be measured in order to improve how projects are delivered. As an example:
We invite you to try it for free! We are working hard to include more features and tools for Project Management Offices.
Please free to contact us to share your thoughts.
Thanks so much!