This article was published on August 3, 2019

For $19, you can learn how JIRA makes businesses work

For $19, you can learn how JIRA makes businesses work
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TLDR: Help companies adjust to change with this $19 bundle.

Change is hard. However, change is not only vital, but absolutely inevitable. Having a framework for helping large organizations manage significant process changes is its own vital business need. And from Google and IBM to T-Mobile and Capital One to Sony and eBay, the change management system they turn to is JIRA.

You can get a complete overview of getting the hang of all JIRA has to offer with the instruction in The Ultimate JIRA Bundle. You can score lifetime access to this impactful training now at 90 percent off, cutting your cost down to only $19 from TNW Deals.

These courses gather nearly 130 lectures covering more than 14 hours of learning time to help all stakeholders understand JIRA’s capabilities.  Whether you’re a regular user, a manager or even a system administrator, this training can help companies troubleshoot new products, set up internal communication like a help desk or bulk edit files across its fully shared database.

Courses cover topics like team workflows, setting up real world projects and settling outstanding issues in the JIRA environment. Once you’ve got the system down, JIRA helps teams fix bugs more quickly, collaborate more effectively and respond to change or problems as they happen.

Groups from marketing teams to compliance officers to departments working remotely over thousands of miles apart swear by JIRA. Now, this $199 training package is available to everyone at this heavily discounted price, only $19 while this offer lasts.

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