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Miles Faulkner

Miles Faulkner

co CEO

Miles Faulkner is a highly experienced and seasoned IT Services and Project Manager, Agile Scrum Master, PMI and ITIL certified. He is highly conversant with Atlassian products, especially JIRA and Confluence. He is also the author and driving force behind Synthesis © – Blended Perspectives’ unique knowledge library of issue type templates, workflows and configured workspaces. Miles is one of the foremost experts in analyzing Atlassian marketplace activity and trends, bringing this critical information to all Blended Perspectives clients.

Miles has a wide experience in both infrastructure and development environments, and is responsible for a range of large scale clients and initiatives to radically improve the performance and capability of IT and Business teams. He provides value added services in best practices for JIRA configuration to support software development, ITIL processes as well as project & program management.

Martin Cleaver

Martin Cleaver

co CEO

Martin Cleaver has provided Wiki-focused services since 2001, making Martin one of the world’s most established Wiki Consulting professionals. Martin performed his first wiki implementation at Arthur Andersen, where he was a manager specializing in Large Scale Integration projects, and in the years following provided solutions based on wiki platforms such as Confluence, TWiki, TikiWiki, Foswiki and Media Wiki.

In addition to his B.Sc. and M.Sc. in Computing Science, Martin holds an MBA specializing in Organizational Development. Martin has been an invited conference speaker on the topic of Wikis, notably during KM World 2006, and Office 2.0, 2007 and City of Toronto Web2.0 Summit 2008. Martin runs Toronto Wiki Tuesdays, and Knowledge Workers Toronto, monthly meetups dedicated to issues and solutions solving knowledge work issues and using Wiki Technologies. Martin was Industry chair for WikiSym 2010, the International Conference on Wikis.

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Real-Time Portfolio & Project Management at Rogers Case Study

Excited to see the hard work of my team in partnership with our technology partners and Blended Perspectives – Atlassian Platinum Solution Partner to deliver a holistic intake and PPM solution across Rogers!
This will enable self serve real time reporting at all levels for $2.1B of capital initiatives, standardize intake and project management and deliver cost savings thru tool simplification.

Michelle Boutin, Director of Operations (PMO)

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Equitable Bank (EQ Bank) - Atlassian Cloud Case Study

Blended was able to work effectively with our Delivery and Operations teams to implement best practices, end -to- end development tools and its configurations based processes and approaches which were instrumental in our forward progress.

Dan Broten, VP of Technology

 

[Webinar] Planning planning planning! – June 10, 2021

[Webinar] Planning planning planning! – June 10, 2021

It’s been a while since we covered planning but it was one of our most successful webinars. So we’re gonna give you an update. There been a lot of developments in the category. The most notable being Jira Work Management. We will be doing a comprehensive review of JWM and it’s role vs. 3rd party planning apps. We have some interesting conclusions which suggest a powerful combination of both JWM and heavy-weight planning apps is the best strategy. We will also cover the latest developments in Jira Align.

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Appfire + Lizard Brain

Appfire + Lizard Brain

In May, Appfire made their third acquisition of the year (following their takeovers of Mohami and Bolo Software) with Lizard Brain and their 11 Atlassian Marketplace apps and 2 Trello power-ups becoming part of the Appfire family.

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New Apps in the 500 Club! – April 2021

New Apps in the 500 Club! – April 2021

Welcome to the new Apps in the club! When we started our analysis over a year ago, we wanted to understand if there was any major Pareto effect in the marketplace. Also we needed a way to determine who we should prioritize in adding to our categories. As a reminder vendors self select their categories on the Atlassian Marketplace. It’s certainly democratic yet it can mean if you want to know who the real players are in any category, there is a lot of “noise”.

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