SpiraPlan is fully integrated into your developers' IDEs, allowing them to view and manage their assigned requirements, tasks and incidents in the same environment that they write code. SpiraPlan has add-ins currently available for Microsoft Visual Studio and Eclipse (using the Mylyn task-based interface).
SpiraPlan allows you to have a single, unified view of your various source code repositories in an easy-to-use web user interface. In addition you can link commits/check-ins in the SCM tool to artifacts in SpiraPlan to provide code-level traceability of changes. The repositories supported include: Subversion, CVS, VSS and Microsoft Team System.
SpiraPlan includes a fully-featured requirements management module that allows you to capture and manage your products requirements, features and use-cases. However if you already have a requirements management tool in use, SpiraPlan is able to integrate with the major requirements systems on the market.
Although SpiraPlan comes with a world-class built-in, fully-integrated bug-tracking system, we recognize that you may already have an existing solution in place. SpiraPlan will integrate with all the major bug-tracking systems on the market using its data-synchronization infrastructure that is completely seamless to the end-user.
SpiraPlan includes the ability to integrate with a variety of continuous integration / automated build servers so that the results of automated builds can be displayed in SpiraPlan linked to the associated release or iteration. In addition, the results of source code operations can be linked to the build events, providing traceability from a specific build to the bugs that were fixed and source code files that were modified.
SpiraPlan includes the ability to integrate with a variety of help desk tools, this allows you to streamline your customer support, with support enquires able to be converted seamlessly into product defects for speedy resolution.