Published On: Fri, Jul 31st, 2020

Atlassian acquires item government association Mindville

Atlassian currently announced that it has acquired Mindville, a Jira-centric craving item government organisation formed in Sweden. Mindville’s some-more than 1,700 business embody a likes of NASA, Spotify and Samsung.

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With this acquisition, Atlassian is removing into a new market, too, by adding item government collection to a lineup of services. The company’s flagship product is Mindville Insights, that helps IT, HR, sales, authorised and comforts to lane resources opposite a company. It’s totally dubious as to that resources we are tracking, though, given Atlassian’s user base, many companies will expected use it to lane IT resources like servers and laptops. But in further to earthy assets, we also can use a use to automatically import cloud-based servers from AWS, Azure and GCP, for example, and a group has built connectors to services like Service Now and Snow Software, too.

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“Mindville Insight provides enterprises with full prominence into their resources and services, vicious to delivering good patron and worker use experiences. These capabilities are a cornerstone of IT Service Management (ITSM), a marketplace where Atlassian continues to see clever movement and growth,” Atlassian’s conduct of tech teams Noah Wasmer writes in today’s announcement.

Co-founded by Tommy Nordahl and Mathias Edblom, Mindville never lifted any institutional funding, according to Crunchbase. The dual companies also didn’t divulge a merger price.

Like some of Atlassian’s other new acquisitions, including Code Barrel, a association was already an Atlassian partner and successfully offered a use in a Atlassian Marketplace.

“This merger builds on Atlassian’s investment in [IT Service Management], including new acquisitions like Opsgenie for occurrence management, Automation for Jira for code-free automation, and Halp for conversational ticketing,” Atlassian’s Wasmer writes.

The Mindville group says it will continue to support existent business and that Atlassian will continue to build on Insight’s collection while it works to confederate them with Jira Service Desk. That integration, Atlassian argues, will give a users some-more prominence into their resources and concede them to broach improved patron and worker use experiences.

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“We’ve watched a Insight product line be used heavily in many industries and for several disciplines, including some we never expected! One of a many renouned areas is IT Service Management where Insight plays an critical purpose joining all applicable item information to incidents, changes, problems, and requests,” write Mindville’s founders in today’s announcement. “Combining a solutions with a products from Atlassian enables tighter formation for some-more worldly use management, empowered by a underlying item data.”

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