Come join us and the Tempo Team on July 15 for a discussion on how to use Tempo’s new financial tracking solution – Cost Tracker for Tempo Timesheets in Jira Cloud for fluid cost tracking.
You will learn about:
- Problems revolving around cost tracking functionality in Jira
- The shift towards Jira cloud and the role of Cost Tracker
- Cost Tracker integration with Jira and effortless cost tracking
- Popular use cases and product features
- Cost Tracker roadmap and a sneak peek of features and functionality
Mike is the Director of Professional Services at Blended Perspectives, and has extensive experience in Management Consulting, Solution Consulting, and Business Process Improvement. Along with being an expert in business solutions, he exceeds in forging relationships and finding solutions in the Atlassian Ecosystem. Mike is a proud father and enjoys spending time with his young family.
Christopher is the product manager that oversees the success of Cost Tracker for Tempo Timesheets and Tempo Budgets.
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