Stephan Spenling, Archimedes Exhibitions GmbH
At Archimedes, we create exhibitions, brand spaces, and interactive installations for science centers, public institutions, and corporate clients worldwide. We embrace a highly integrated development process that covers project lifecycles from conception to fabrication to deployment.
We started by using JIRA for small software projects and over the years increased our use of Atlassian products to the point where they are deeply tied to all our business processes and define a single source of truth for HR, cash flow management, procurement, in-house manufacturing – literally everything from buying the first washer to making our products shine.
In this talk, learn how Atlassian helped us:
Fredrik Karbing, Riada, Stockholm (Live via Satellite from Stockholm)
What do creative companies like Intel, Disney, Spotify & Klarna have in common? The answer is that they keep track of ALL of their important things in JIRA.Insight is one of the best selling apps for JIRA. Insight let’s you unleash your team’s potential by managing ALL things that aren’t issues – in JIRA.
Matthias Gaiser, k15t, Stuttgart
As Jira use expands in an organization, different kinds of teams often add their own instances, introducing new information gaps and workflow complexity. It gets even more challenging when these teams want to work with external partners who are also using separate Jira instances. This is where powerful, flexible, automated issue data synchronization saves the day. See how Backbone Issue Sync works across JIra borders, letting partners stay securely within their own systems, without painful workarounds. Cross-instance collaboration will change how you and your partners use Jira.
Daniel Meisen, kreuzwerker, Berlin
After working as a tutor for Maths and Physics at the Technical University of Berlin for over 4 years, Stephan joined Archimedes Exhibitions GmbH as exhibit designer and project manager in 2003. 14 years later, he now is managing director and CTO at Archimedes. Currently, he leads the international business development, preparing, presenting and managing projects all over the world.
Matthias is a product manager at K15t Software in Stuttgart, Germany. He has several years of professional experience in cross-system data exchange and is now working on Backbone Issue Sync to enable issue synchronization across departmental and B2B borders. When he's not developing software, you might catch him playing a boardgame.
For more than a decade Daniel has been a keen software developer, consultant and a coach. In addition to excursions into the development of embedded systems and model-driven development, he takes an agile, object-oriented approach using Ruby and Java. Daniel takes care of all things Atlassian at kreuzwerker
Fredrik Karbing is an Atlassian Solution Expert and app developer at Riada Development. He´s also a very appreciated speaker at tech events and love sharing his experience.