A new vision for Work Management: Work differently, together.

ld - 5 min read
07. Apr. 22

We all know teamwork is messy and diverse. Therefore, it is important to start thinking beyond IT teams and focus on the million business teams such as finance, HR, marketing, and sales. Today, work is so different from what it used to be. During Corona the number of apps that are trying to help teams get their work done exploded. On average enterprises use more than 187 SaaS apps to manage the work of their teams. And from that comes a challenge that we want to solve together with Atlassian: enabling teams to work with the tools they want to work with while making sure everyone stays aligned. Atlassian wants to help teams work differently, together. And that's exactly what we want. There is no all-in-one solution but there is the new Atlassian product Atlas that fills a big gap in the work management market.

Atlas – the new Atlassian product:

With Atlas everyone knows what teams are doing and how it is going. You can easily stay in sync, async and say goodbye to useless meetings and people directories. Atlas gives every team a home page to explain what we do, why we do it and what success looks like. A shared understanding of work starts with a shared understanding of what we are doing and why.

No duplication of work:

Connect where work happens whether that is in Asana, Trello, or Jira Work Management. Basically, where teams choose to do their work.

Reduce status meetings:

When you scale, status meetings no longer work. Most of the time they are waste of time. With Atlas you are no longer spending to find meeting times that suit all. Atlas works for everyone. Post updates and share it just as a perfect tweet. To keep updates short and sweet, Atlas makes sure to limit updates too 200 characters. This makes reading updates easier and more engaging.

A picture is more than thousands word:

People can add images and docs while creating updates. To make sure to reach all stakeholders, Atlas sends messages through teams and clack. You get all the signals on the device you want it.

Improve project management:

We all want to know when projects will be really done. Often projects are to hart to estimate at the start. Atlas allows user to improve the due date during the project. As the project processes you can set a more specific date.

The core of work are people - your companies’ biggest asset:

Most companies try to show teams by simple org charts. Even though it is interesting to see who is reporting to who, Atlas gives you an overview of which team is working on what. Every teammate has their own profile with a live view on what they are working on, what they achieved and how they fit in the company - always in sync with your source of truth. Also, each team has their own profile showing what they are working on and their skills and interest. All profiles will be available in Confluence and Jira Cloud. Atlas connects the dots across them all - no matter if you mention them on Jira or Confluence.

Best of all, you can start using Atlas for free. Feel free to contact us to learn more about Atlas and its uses.

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