Want to implement a Jira Service Desk instance? Trying to get a botched project back on the rails? Or, want to share your war stories and prep for the next upgrade? Portland Atlassian User Group teams up with local technologists to answer your questions and share their knowledge about Jira Service Desk.
Join Celeste Hunter, Jeanne Scilley, and Dylan Pedersen to talk about the good, bad, and amazing around implementing JSD instances, migrated servers, and adapting the power of Service Desk for non-IT teams. They will share their process and lessons learned, including the requirements gathering process, testing, backup, upgrade, and more.
We are joined by Atlassian partner and this month's sponsor Coyote Creek Consulting. Coyote will be offering raffle items and other swag, and guess what, our basket of goodies is now full, too!
Wacom has kindly offered to host us again, thank you!
When? Wednesday, May 16, 2018 - 5pm to 7pm PDT
Where? Wacom Experience Center - 1455 NW Irving St., Portland, OR 97209
What? Learning and collaboration. Bring an appetite and good questions!
Customer-centric director-level leader with a record of achievement in driving process improvement and enterprise projects for top-ranking companies in the software and telecommunications industries. Proven ability to support companies in achieving a vision. She's been a part of several Global Jira Service Desk projects, leading numerous upgrades and maturing global teams' usage.
I use my blend of technical and business knowledge to help people and businesses do what they do but better.
I have gone from working 10 years in a Fortune 100 company and spending over 10 years as a Founder and Co-Founder of 2 successful businesses, I have been able to make my mark in many exciting environments and simulating situations.
My primary driver in life is to help businesses and people do what they do, but better. Whether its through the application of Project Management, Technology, Process Improvement or any of my other skills and experiences, it is the people and business growth that fuel me. Oh, and family. Can't forget family.