Rozdoum at Atlassian Summit 2017. May 2-5, Barcelona

The Rozdoum team will be a part of Atlassian Summit and AtlasCamp in Barcelona on 2-5 May 2017. We are looking forward discovering new insights in experience and technology, meeting partners and friends, and sure having a lot of fun. We plan to present the concept of a new JIRA add-on to simplify work with multiple JIRA instances.

Rozdoum, as an official Atlassian Solution partner in Ukraine, is going to participate in Atlassian Summit 2017 that will be held in Barcelona on 2-5 May.

This is the first time Atlassian Summit is hosted in Europe and is combined with AtlasCamp. Organizers predict 600,000+ of visitors and choose the gorgeous prize-winning venue in Barcelona to house the event.

Our Atlassian Experts will take part in Atlassian event as they had several times before, to discover changes, trends, and innovations in the field. The event is also a training hub, where Atlassian Experts and Vendors share their experience and achievements with others. Furthermore, AtlasCamp is the place to present ideas and projects to find the fellow-thinkers and friends. With Atlassian events, everyone can build a network and expand communication borders with their current customers, potential leads and new users.

A great variety of vital Atlassian training will be covered by experts in Barcelona: starting from administrators’ hacks and integration tips to certification preparation. This year Atlassian Solution Partners and Vendors will have the chance to exhibit their companies, experience, and achievements. Moreover, we are excited to be among these companies in the heart of Barcelona.

We would like to announce that our preparations for Atlassian Summit are in full swing. This spring Rozdoum is going to enter the Atlassian Summit Europe 2017 as the Innovator Sponsor and meet audience with our new add-on idea. Hope to see you at our booth, we would like to know your opinion — let us schedule a meeting.

Author: Atlassian Team at Rozdoum

Posted 2017-03-02 01:03 in

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