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Fabio Genovese | Deiser
by Fabio Genovese | Deiser

Jira Project Reporting Academy

The Jira Project Reporting Academy has begun. Learn how to build dashboards of project reports in Jira using the integration between eazyBI and Profields to centralize your project data and visualize it.

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Jānis Gulbis
by Jānis Gulbis

eazyBI 5.0 Release Notes

From major platform and library updates to new standard calculations. From account administration, to user interface and usability improvements. Here’s what’s new in eazyBI 5.0.

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Marten Thorand | demicon.de
by Marten Thorand | demicon.de

Better SAFe® Than Sorry

In this blog post, you will discover how to implement a scaled agile project management in Jira based on SAFe® – including value stream and program management.

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Nigel Rochford | New Verve Consulting
by Nigel Rochford | New Verve Consulting

Insights from eazyBI Community Days 2019

Over the course of 2 days in Riga, we got the opportunity to hear practical use cases and gain insights from a range of partners and customers in the Atlassian and eazyBI ecosystem. So here’s our take on it.

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Ilze Leite-Apine
by Ilze Leite-Apine

Team That Runs Together Wins Together

It is a couple of minutes past 7AM. There is still a silence in the hotel. Soon several room doors open and eazyBI team members start gathering for their morning 5K run. Actually, some eazyBI ladies have already left for their walk a quarter earlier, and they will all meet soon inevitably.

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Evita Legzdiņa
by Evita Legzdiņa

How to Create Meaningful Reports

Do all the reports we create serve a purpose? Should they? What is a purpose of reporting anyway? How many times have you created a report that nobody cares about? There are several principles you should follow to make the reporting relevant and sustainable.

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Jānis Gulbis
by Jānis Gulbis

eazyBI 4.7 – Introducing Wallboards

Among other updates, improvements, and bug fixes, eazyBI 4.7 now supports a frequently asked feature – wallboards. Now you can show rotating slideshows of dashboard reports on big-screen monitors in a black or white theme.

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Evita Legzdiņa
by Evita Legzdiņa

eazyBI Takes the 2nd “Best Small Exporter” Prize

eazyBI was named the 2nd “Best Small Exporter” at the Export and Innovation Award 2018, organized by the Investment and Development Agency of Latvia and the Ministry of Economics of Latvia, celebrating the leading exporters and most innovative companies in Latvia.

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Līva Pavasare
by Līva Pavasare

5 Reasons You Should Attend Atlassian Partner Events

eazyBI regularly attends Atlassian Solution Partner events to spread the word about our solutions and to interact with our clients and prospects. In this article I've listed my top five reasons why you should go to Atlassian Partner events too.

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Daina Tupule
by Daina Tupule

Release Notes – eazyBI 4.5 and 4.6

From Data Center improvements, incremental imports, and updated 3rd party app integrations, to updates in user interface, chart options, and troubleshooting.

Here's what we've added in the recent eazyBI releases.

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Evita Legzdiņa
by Evita Legzdiņa

eazyBI Supports Open Data Hackathon in Riga

During the weekend of September 28th and 29th, eazyBI was represented in the Open Data Hackathon 2018 in Riga, Latvia organized by the Investment and Development Agency of Latvia (LIAA) and Latvian Open Technology Association (LATA).

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Evita Legzdiņa
by Evita Legzdiņa

eazyBI in the Deloitte Fast 50 CE Again

eazyBI is ranked by Deloitte as one of the top 50 fastest growing technology companies in Central Europe for the second consecutive year thanks to a 442% revenue growth over the last 4 years.

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Ilze Leite-Apine
by Ilze Leite-Apine

Two Partner Events and Why They Moved My Heart

After attending Atlassian events of two eazyBI partners last week, I came back home inspired both professionally and humanly. And a little bit in love, too.

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Līva Pavasare
by Līva Pavasare

Introducing eazyBI Documentation 2.0

When we hear a word documentation, we anticipate a long, boring, dry, and complex page full with hard-to-read text. Often it’s difficult to find what you need or understand what should you do next.

We admit our own flaws and want to make things better.

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Rickard Hyllenstam
by Rickard Hyllenstam

Asset Management in Jira with Insight and eazyBI

Assets are all around us - employees, customers, facilities, IT infrastructure, or something else entirely. How can you track and manage all your assets easily and in one place? How to get valuable insights about relative costs, usage, or assigned issues related to your assets?

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Jānis Gulbis
by Jānis Gulbis

Reporting Challenges in a Global R&D Organisation

We are excited to have Paul Hardaker from FinancialForce joining our speaker line up this year. We caught up with Paul before the event to learn more about his role at FinancialForce and what he plans to present to our community next week.

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Jānis Gulbis
by Jānis Gulbis

Using eazyBI to Improve and Simplify Sales Process

In advance of our eagerly awaited eazyBI Community days, we got the chance to catch up with one of our event speakers, Rodrigo Molinare, a Business Analyst from Adaptavist about his thoughts on using eazyBI to transform sales planning, reporting, and management.

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Zane Baranovska
by Zane Baranovska

Adaptavist Test Management Reporting Using eazyBI

Atlassian provides a powerful ecosystem of project management and collaboration tools. Many of those tools complement each other, delivering benefits far beyond each separate tool alone.

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Jānis Gulbis
by Jānis Gulbis

What’s New in eazyBI 4.4 - Release Notes

eazyBI release notes highlight recent product improvements we’ve made. From new integrations with Adaptavist Test Management and Insight Asset Management to user access roles, public report sharing, performance improvements, and mobile user interface.

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Jānis Gulbis
by Jānis Gulbis

Xray Jira Test Management Reports With eazyBI

We are constantly investigating integration possibilities with other popular Jira add-ons. Many users have asked us to add the support for the Xray for Jira test management add-on. We've listened, and now, starting from eazyBI version 4.2, you can import and analyze data from Xray for Jira.

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Jānis Gulbis
by Jānis Gulbis

What’s New in eazyBI 4.2?

eazyBI Release Notes highlights recent product improvements we’ve made. From usability improvements and new dimension hierarchy members to Xray integration and built-in report usage statistics for server versions — this is what we’ve released in January.

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Raimonds Simanovskis
by Raimonds Simanovskis

A Different Startup Story

eazyBI has never been a typical startup. We do not have a venture capital, we do not have a large team, we do not focus on high growth, and we don’t even have an office. So, how did we manage to build a company from $0 to $1 million in less than five years?

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Jānis Gulbis
by Jānis Gulbis

5 Essential Custom FreshBooks Reports

To make the right decisions and to grow your business, you have to consider your numbers from different perspectives. With the new FreshBooks, it is likely that you already have all the information you need; now let eazyBI tell you the story.

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Zephyr
by Zephyr

Test Data Management – 3 Steps to Information Security

Information is a key in today’s software projects. Faster feedback loops and user data all come together to provide insights that lead to better quality and innovative improvements, yet this involves security threats. Keep test data secure with these 3 essential steps.

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Jānis Gulbis
by Jānis Gulbis

The 80/20 Rule – The Law of Unfair Advantage

Time, money, supplies, energy — every business has to manage their resources efficiently. How can you reduce the waste and increase your return on investment? As it turns out, there is a simple but very powerful tool that can be applied to almost any aspect of your business and life.

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Jānis Gulbis
by Jānis Gulbis

Data Mining – A Threat, Evolution, or Opportunity?

Our world continues to move into the digital era. With the proliferation of devices capable of collecting data, we are experiencing a data explosion. Every Internet-connected-device, from a smartphone to a cash register, creates data.

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Jānis Gulbis
by Jānis Gulbis

eazyBI Has Now Become Easier

We have some great news to share with you. For the past couple of months, we have been silently working on some visual and functional improvements.

Take a look at the changes we've made so far.

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Jānis Gulbis
by Jānis Gulbis

Data Visualization – How to Pick the Right Chart Type?

Making sense of facts, numbers, and measurements is a form of art – the art of data visualization. There is a load of data in the sea of noise. To turn your numbers into knowledge, your job is not only to separate noise from the data, but also to present it the right way.

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Jānis Gulbis
by Jānis Gulbis

Data Analysis And Visualization – Are You Doing it Right?

There is so much data around us — but it’s mostly facts, numbers, measurements, and a common noise that does not convey any information. Making sense of these facts and numbers require some understanding of analytical methods.

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Raimonds Simanovskis
by Raimonds Simanovskis

How to Visualize Your Git Commit Log

We tend to use a lot of code analysis tools to find out what’s bad with our code. But have you looked at your Git logs lately? Git commit logs contain a lot of analytical information. You can visualize and analyze your Git logs to see how the code has evolved over time.

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Raimonds Simanovskis
by Raimonds Simanovskis

Small vs. Big – Should You Worry About Company Size?

eazyBI is a small team and we don’t hide that fact. I see many small companies that try to pretend that they are much bigger than they are. I believe that these companies should not be ashamed that they are small.

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Raimonds Simanovskis
by Raimonds Simanovskis

eazyBI at Atlassian Summit 2015

We are starting our eazyBI blog with the first post about our recent trip to the Atlassian Summit in San Francisco. This year our company was a gold sponsor of the Summit, and six of us came to the conference. As we do not have an office and we work...

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