Wish you could see the health of your project on one page? Each project has a dashboard home-page that summarizes all of the information regarding the project into a comprehensive, easily digestible form that provides a “one-stop-shop” for people interested in understanding the overall status of the project at a glance. It contains summary-level information for all types of artifact (requirements, test cases, incidents, etc.) that you can use to drill-down into the appropriate section of the application.
When you first login to SpiraPlan, you have a personalized ‘dashboard’ of all your key information, consolidated onto a single page for you to take immediate action. The system provides RSS feeds of your assigned items that you can subscribe to using a RSS newsreader of your choice.
Inside SpiraPlan, each project has a dashboard home-page that summarizes all of the information regarding the project into a comprehensive, easily digestible form. It provides a “one-stop-shop” for people interested in understanding the overall status and health of the project at a glance.
The project dashboard contains summary graphs and metrics for planning, estimating and monitoring the progress of your project. All of the graphs provide the ability to quickly drill-down into the appropriate section of the application and understand the information behind the metric. SpiraPlan includes standard graphs such as burndown, burnup, and velocity
Projects in SpiraPlan are organized into Project Groups. This lets you report on all of the projects in a specific organization, customer or division. You can see the aggregate status of the group as whole and in addition, compare the relative health of the different projects in the group:
SpiraPlan includes a program management planning view that lets you view the backlog of requirements across all of the projects in a program in a single view:
This view lets you view all of the user stories, features and requirements for all of the projects in a single program-wide view. You can then prioritize the requirements by importance across all projects.
You can also see the different requirements and features by project to compare the backlogs: