This is a guest blog post from QMetry, a sponsor at Atlassian Summit 2012.

We’re at the doorstep of the Atlassian Summit in 2012 and it’s probably, nay definitely, a great time to revisit our integration with Jira and how it’s helping QA teams worldwide test complex software applications.

As many of you know, QMetry is a total test management solution that helps you orchestrate various steps in the QA cycle – test cases, test automation, defect tracking, test data along in a way that makes the whole testing process easier, simpler and more efficient.  We achieve this through various integrations with leading defect tracking, requirements gathering, and test automation tools.

Software testing and defect tracking go hand-in-hand and our bi-directional integration with Jira is designed to reflect the complementary nature of respective software applications.  The central idea is to create a contextual and boundary-less integration that helps the user create test cases from issues, issues from test case/requirements, associating defects to existing cases and so on. The integration also allows for quick search and retrieval of test case and dashboards that summarize test case activity. A more detailed explanation of all the capabilities can be found on our integration page

We are at Booth #3 if you wish to come by and learn more about the integration. Be sure to pick up our giveaway – this special item will provide the right inspiration to help you resolve bugs in your code.

Come to Atlassian Summit 2012 to visit QMetry and 34 other sponsors. It’s going to be our largest user conference yet!

(Guest Blog) QMetry and Jira – Making Testing Si...