Many organizations strive to achieve digital transformation, but the reality is many don’t have sufficient resources or the staff to properly implement. We offer a Findings and Recommendations service that provides clear direction and delivers quality implementation. Our team of Atlassian Certified Professionals work with you to analyze your current tools and processes, build detailed recommendations, and provide a roadmap for optimizing your toolset.
Findings and Recommendations
Streamline implementation to gain more control and efficient tool use of your Atlassian tools.
Detailed recommendations to achieve best-practice configuration and use specific to your teams' needs.
Develop a clear understanding of current state of tools and processes and desired future state.
We are proven experts with enterprise-grade solutions that provide organizations with proven, innovative solutions for the future of work.
Let us help you…
- Make a decision on how and what to change
- Create a transformation plan
- Reduce organizational silos
- Improve business value metrics
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How Jira Align Helps Teams Connect Work with Business Goals and Act Future-Ready
Like the saying, “It takes a village to raise a child,” it takes an ecosystem to grow a company in today’s marketplace. According to recent research from McKinsey & Company, to thrive in the current business environment organizations should operate as a radically flattened structure with an ecosystem approach to growth.
Overcoming Cloud Sprawl with Atlassian Cloud
Cloud adoption has been accelerating for years—and it’s showing no signs of slowing down. The IDC predicts that more than $1.3 trillion will be spent on cloud worldwide by 2025. However, as your business—and the number of tools you use—grows, it’s easy to acquire too much of a good thing.
Configure it Out: Ensuring Atlassian Cloud Migration and Set-Up is Secure
Cloud misconfigurations, including gaps, errors and glitches, are on the rise. According to the U.S. National Security Agency, misconfiguration is the most prevalent cloud vulnerability. And the security implications can be significant, with cybercriminals exploiting access to data.