Atlassian valued at $3.3 Billion

April 8, 2014

Atlassian is bigger then ever!

A nice article from the Wall Street Journal landed on our proverbial doorstep this morning. For years we have known that Atlassian operates with an unique business strategy compared to that of its competitors. And it turns out that their strategy has been very successful! This morning, the company was valued at approximately $3.3 billion. Undoubtedly, a huge market valuation!

Here is a little excerpt from the Wall Street Journal detailing this unique strategic approach:

Atlassian does not employ a single salesperson. With the money it saves on these costs, the company invests heavily on all things research and development. All products are built with the aim that they are good enough to spread by word of mouth. This is, of course, in addition to being helped along by a modest marketing budget for billboards and online advertisements.

Blended Perspectives is proud to be a Platinum Status Partner – we’ve worked with them for more than 7 years. In that time, we have seen the organization grow amazingly in terms of product quality and selection. We can only predict that this trend will continue into the distant and not so distant future!

In conclusion, Atlassian offers great products, great culture, great people.

If you’d like to find out more about how the entire suite can help your organization grow, contact us.

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