Extend the features of your enterprise applications and improve workflow with JIRA Service Desk integration
Last fall at WebSummit 2016, Sean Ryan, VP of Workplace by Facebook gave a talk called, "The next generation workplace." In it, Ryan talks about the urgent need for companies to reinvent themselves so that companies are less siloed and more connected, less top down and more peer-to-peer, less hierarchical and more open. At the beginning of his talk, Ryan acknowledged the topic that always comes up when people talk about collaboration at work...whether email will survive. Ryan's point is that whether email will live or die is not a very interesting question. Email is going to die anyway, he asserts. Anyone who has teenagers understands this. They don't use email.
Atlassian recently announced it has acquired Trello, one of the fastest growing project management services available with over 19M users. In a blog announcing the acquisition, Atlassian co-founder Mike Cannon-Brookes said: “Trello will become an important part of the Atlassian portfolio, offering a fun new way for teams to organize the often messy range of information that feeds into great teamwork.”
At a recent Workplace by Facebook User Group in Palo Alto, ServiceRocket founder and CEO, Rob Castaneda, shared his ideas for how to use live streaming at work to improve communication, increase employee engagement, and otherwise being a more effective leader. This is an important topic since communications is a critical skill in executive leadership and in organizational performance. But don't just take my word for it. An article in Harvard Business Review calls poor communications the "silent killer of big companies" and describes successful companies as those that adopt communication methods that enable executives to get closer to employees, put in place communications systems that promote dialog, rather than monologue, and engage employees to become more active participants in the communications process.
Teams from all disciplines – Finance, HR, Facilities – are recognizing the power of JIRA Service Desk. Why is this software from Atlassian disrupting and expanding the service desk space?
Topics: JIRA Service Desk
We’re excited about many things on our Add-ons roadmap so we decided to share a glimpse into what we're working on.
Communicating important messages and inspiring people into coordinated action is a major challenge for executives. Imagine the nightmare scenario in which most employees do not know the mission of the company and do not understand what they should be doing to help the company achieve its goals. There are not many issues that keep executives up at night more than that?
Spreadsheets are an instant productivity tool, but can get quickly out of control for even small projects
As of January 1st, 2017 prices of select ServiceRocket Atlassian on-premises, non-cloud Add-on Products will be increased.
ServiceRocket is excited about how future versions of our existing on-premises add-ons and new product introductions in 2017 will serve the Atlassian community. We are committed to making Atlassian users more productive, capable and accomplished. This price increase reflects that commitment and supports the increasing cost of developing, maintaining and delivering best-of-breed products.