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Atlassian Releases JIRA 3.1 - Issue Tracker

 
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Atlassian Software Systems today announced the release of JIRA 3.1, the latest release of the company's flagship, professional issue tracking application. With over 80 new features, bug fixes and improvements, JIRA 3.1 improves significantly on the successful JIRA 3.0 release. JIRA 3.1 introduces customiseable CSV import capabilities, a much-improved SOAP and XML-RPC remote interface, and even more powerful plugin capabilities. In addition, this latest release improves performance and cross-browser compatibility.

Today, NASA, Lockheed Martin, Raytheon, Boeing, Oracle, Novell, Samsung, Harvard, Stanford, MIT, 3M, BP, GE, Sony, AOL, Pixar, BMW, Pfizer, Vodafone, World Bank, United Nations, Citigroup, McDonalds and many, many more companies � over 2,500 in total � all take advantage of JIRA's flexibility to integrate it into their business.

To see the full JIRA 3.1 release notes please visit:
http://www.atlassian.com/c/PR-J/10612

To download a fully functional free evaluation, try an online demo, or just find out more visit:
http://www.atlassian.com/c/PR-J/10610

For more information please feel free to contact Ben Naftzger (mailto:ben@atlassian.com).
 
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