Jira is an awesome tool to run the software product delivery. It’s well known and the most used around the globe for agile project management (67%).
When complexity grows, team composition changes and the market requires fast and correct decisions; delivery management needs the numbers that can describe the process’s success.
One of the most straightforward ways to measure delivery success is Time 2 Market. In other words, how fast a team can transform the idea into the value of a product.
Measuring Time to Market in Jira
Unfortunately, Jira doesn’t provide the native report to measure it. If you need to discover that info quickly, Time Between Status add-on is a place to start.
In the add-on configuration, a user has to set the following information:
- Name – that is how you will identify this configuration among others. E.g., Time to Market.
- Project – an user should select the particular project to identify the scope of issues to be monitored.
- Start/Stop and Pause. Those three fields are the timer triggers. It’s essential to select the right workflow to measure, that covers a particular team’s process.
- If the team uses Scrum, it will be better to start the timer on the First transition to In Progress and stop it on the First transition to Done.
Thus, the system will cover the process from the time developer starts working on it until the actual user can try it.
Time to Market configuration