LaunchNotes raises a $1.8 M seed round to help companies interact their software application updates

LaunchNotes raises a $1.8 M seed round to help companies interact their software application updates

LaunchNotes, a start-up founded by the group behind Statuspage (which Atlassian later got) and the former head of marketing for Jira, today revealed that it has raised a $1.8 million seed round co-led by Cowboy Ventures and Bull City Ventures. In addition, Tim Chen (general partner, Essence Ventures), Eric Wittman (primary growth officer, JLL Technologies), […] “And the easiest way we can do that and get as numerous teams on board as possible is to lower the barrier to entry.” This issue really does scale with team size and in a really direct way and the interest that we’ve had has actually mainly been on the much larger, enterprise group side.”With that preliminary mate being on the bigger team size and more towards enterprise, concern tracker combination is a natural first step into our combinations platform, since a lot of modification status presently lives in all these various tools and all these various processes and LaunchNotes is kind of the layer on top of that,” discussed co-founder Tony Ramirez. She likewise noted that the starting group, which she believes has the perfect background for building this product, was quite upfront about the truth that it requires to bring more variety to the business. …

Atlassian acquires property management business Mindville

Atlassian acquires property management business Mindville

Atlassian today revealed that it has actually gotten Mindville, a Jira-centric business possession management company based in Sweden. Mindville’s more than 1,700 clients consist of the likes of NASA, Spotify and Samsung. With this acquisition, Atlassian is entering a brand-new market, too, by adding property management tools to its lineup of services. The company’s flagship product […] Mindville’s more than 1,700 customers include the likes of NASA, Spotify and Samsung. Co-founded by Tommy Nordahl and Mathias Edblom, Mindville never raised any institutional financing, according to Crunchbase., the business was currently an Atlassian partner and successfully selling its service in the Atlassian Market. The Mindville group states it will continue to support existing customers and that Atlassian will continue to build on Insight’s tools while it works to incorporate them with Jira Service Desk. …