Though Jira is primarily designed for software development teams, its kanban-based approach makes it flexible enough for other teams to plan and track different kinds of projects.
Owned by Atlassian, a giant in the productivity software space, Jira is a robust project tracking tool used by thousands of tech teams to plan, track, and release great software. Product managers use Jira to plan and communicate their software roadmaps with key stakeholders, and software engineers use it to align with the product roadmap, keep track of pending tasks, and collaborate efficiently.
Jira is cloud based, which makes it fairly easy to implement. To get started, head to Jira's page and click the Get it free button. This will take you to a page where you can create an account and start using the platform.
Jira integrates seamlessly with Confluence and Asana, Atlassian's proprietary products. Besides that, there are also over 3,000 third-party tools on Atlassian's Marketplace that Jira can integrate with.