JIRA is a software-based tool that tracks bugs and other program issues which could, if left unfixed, potentially stunt a non-profit's social impact. Written in Java and supported across multiple platforms, the proprietary program, developed by Atlassian, Inc., is provided free of charge to non-profits, charities, open source projects, and other non-academic, non-commercial, non-government, non-partisan, and non-religious organizations.
JIRA is a versatile and powerful tool used by agile development teams the world over. Incorporating portfolio planning, Agile reporting and planning, Scrum and Kanban boarding, a vast API library, a customized database querying language for filtering information as you want to see it, hundreds of plug-and-play add-ons, and scalability for any team of any size, the flexibility that JIRA offers makes it an essential tool for any non-profit to keep its operations running smoothly and sustain its social impact.
You can view a demo of JIRA by watching the following video:
To learn more about JIRA and get ordering information, log on to https://www.atlassian.com/software/jira.