According to Gartner, Atlassian offers a comprehensive solution for the implementation of agile as well as more traditional projects in that it has limited requirements for functions at the portfolio level.
Companies often use strict checklists with poor criteria to select an intranet solution, resulting in a intranet that does everything, but nothing well. Intranet Compass is an independent intranet comparison site, using 50 good criteria and providing demonstration videos to help you make a better choice.
Too often with intranet projects, employees lose interest over time. The shininess of a new system wears off in the employees’ daily grind, and the intranet becomes a graveyard. Having spent a great deal of resources developing a great intranet, you don’t want this to happen! So, how can you keep their initial enthusiasm for the long run?
Whenever someone hears the word ‘meeting’, they think of boring discussions, where a lot of time is wasted. Usually a few emails are sent beforehand and afterwards there is an email with the minutes – which no one is going to read before the next meeting. But with an intranet, meetings can be well prepared for, executed and followed up on.
During //SEIBERT/MEDIA’s last Atlassian Enterprise Club meeting with customers in Wiesbaden, we welcomed an important visitor from Sydney, Australia: Wendell Keuneman, Head of Confluence at Atlassian. Not only did Wendell answer questions from deep discussions with our customers, he also provided useful insights into best practices for workplace co-operation and collaboration with Atlassian software.