Atlassian today announced that it has obtained Mindville, a Jira-centric business possession management firm based in Sweden. Mindville’s more than 1,700 customers consist of the likes of NASA, Spotify and Samsung.
Image Credits: Atlassian With this acquisition, Atlassian is entering a brand-new market, too, by adding possession management tools to its lineup of services. The company’s flagship product is Mindville Insights, which helps IT, HR, sales, legal and facilities to track assets across a business. It’s entirely agnostic regarding which possessions you are tracking, however, provided Atlassian’s user base, the majority of business will likely utilize it to track IT possessions like laptop computers and servers. In addition to physical properties, you also can utilize the service to automatically import cloud-based servers from AWS, Azure and GCP, for example, and the team has built connectors to services like Service Now and Snow Software, too.
Image Credits: Mindville”Mindville Insight supplies business with complete presence into their possessions and services, critical to providing terrific customer and worker service experiences. These abilities are a cornerstone of IT Service Management (ITSM), a market where Atlassian continues to
see strong momentum and growth, “Atlassian’s head of tech groups Noah Wasmer writes in today’s statement. Co-founded by Tommy Nordahl and Mathias Edblom, Mindville never raised any institutional funding, according to Crunchbase. The 2 business also didn’t reveal the acquisition price.
Like a few of Atlassian’s other recent acquisitions, including Code Barrel, the company was already an Atlassian partner and successfully selling its service in the Atlassian Market.”This acquisition constructs on Atlassian’s financial investment in [IT Service Management], including recent acquisitions like Opsgenie for incident management, Automation for Jira for code-free automation, and Halp for conversational ticketing,” Atlassian’s Wasmer composes.
The Mindville group states it will continue to support existing customers and that Atlassian will continue to construct on Insight’s tools while it works to integrate them with Jira Service Desk. That integration, Atlassian argues, will offer its users more presence into their properties and enable them to provide much better client and worker service experiences.
Image Credits: Mindville”We’ve enjoyed the Insight line of product be used greatly in many markets and for various disciplines, consisting of some we never ever expected! Among the most popular areas is IT Service Management where Insight plays an essential function connecting all relevant property information to incidents, problems, demands, and modifications,” write Mindville’s creators in today’s announcement. “Integrating our options with the items from Atlassian makes it possible for tighter combination for more sophisticated service management, empowered by the underlying property information.”
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