JIRA is a bug, issue and project tracking software developed by Atlassian Software Systems. JIRA is very popular, being used in over 11,500 software development and research organizations worldwide. JIRA is used by software developers and managers to track tasks and bug fixes. A JIRA installation provides a web-based system where users may log on to create tasks, assign tasks, log work and comment on tasks, vote for new features and so on. However a perceived limitation is that only one issue can be updated at a time. The user also has to visit a separate web page to perform each function like editing the task, progressing the task along pre-defined workflows, editing the task, etc. While this may be acceptable for junior developers who may work on just one or two tasks at a time, the complexity fairly explodes in the case of project managers and other administrators who may be tracking scores or hundreds of tasks at a time. The time spent in visiting many web pages to update a single task, and then repeating the process for every task that needs attention, simply becomes too much of a hassle. To address this perceived shortcoming, we propose a desktop client to JIRA that allows concurrent access to many tasks at the same time. A two-dimensional grid view allows simultaneous access to all the desired attributes of a group of tasks. The time saved and the ease of updating many tasks at one go improves the productivity of each user and by enabling comparative editing, reduces the error rate. All this translates into huge savings for the enterprise. The design is kept as intuitive and close to the original JIRA design as possible, in order to flatten out the learning curve for users.