Webinar – Atlassian Apps Category Report – Confluence – April 1, 2021

March 4, 2021

This webinar focuses on Confluence as a collaboration and publishing platform.

What are the most popular apps?

What are the fastest growing apps?

What are some of the most important use cases?

Understanding these questions will help you understand whether you’re getting the most out of your Confluence platform. We’re using data from MARS our 3rd party performance database for apps and our own experience and knowledge of best practices.

Speakers

Martin Cleaver

M.Sc. MBA – Chief Strategy Officer @Blended Perspectives

Martin has built countless Confluence sites, with wikis being a key interest since he discovered their power in 1999 at consulting firm Arthur Andersen. From team shared spaces for collective filing, collaboration-driven brainstorming, to workflow and process-focused spaces Martin enjoys architecting environments into enterprise scale contexts such as intranets and extranets websites. He’s worked for a variety of UK and Canadian institutions, especially in the banking, telco and utilities sectors, and for several years consulted to Comalatech, the makers of Comala Workflows

Martin holds a Scaled Agile and Jira Align Certifications as well as degrees in computing science and an MBA. Now serving as Chief Strategy Officer, Martin is the founder of Blended Perspectives.

Blended Perspectives is an Atlassian Solutions Platinum Partner with experience across various industries and organizations. For over 13 years our certified experts have been providing a full range of services and innovative, cost-effective Agile, Scrum, and Scaled Agile solutions built on Atlassian products – for I.T. and beyond. Our unique, solutions-based offering, is powered by a proprietary set of templates and patterns, tailored to each business practice, process, and complexity, enabling our clients to grow and achieve peak efficiency. We have deep technical skills in all things Atlassian and are also a certified Atlassian Training partner.

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