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Better Excel Plugin provides an enhanced Excel export feature for JIRA: It has strong data types (the built-in feature produces all text output) It supports formulas, functions, pivot tables and all the bells and whistles in Excel It can be automated and scripted It is compatible with Open Office and Numbers See the full comparison and documentation.
As you wrote in the comment your are mainly looking for performance testing and functional testing, For performance testing I would recommend you user Jmeter. It is a java based tool so it should work really fine and for web applications I would suggest you record your test scripts using Blazemeter (an extension of Google Chrome). Here is a tutorial to help ...
As you are looking for tools for functional testing of your application, I can recommend Ranorex. It is a powerful tool for testing the UI of your application automatically. At the end of every test run an XML based report is generated, containing screenshots if anything went wrong.
Navicut sqllite tool seems better option. There is one feature for synchronization of sql lite databases. Data and schema both. http://prntscr.com/7ps6ya
Building the QA department from scratch is in a sense a great opportunity, as you don't have the old practices to get rid of, but then again you probably need to stress the the importance of the QA to others to get the support your departments will need. So for centralizing stuff, you will probably want to pick a solution that support requirements, manual- ...
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