Clearvision, an enterprise software provider focused on Atlassian products like Jira and Bitbucket, wants to make sure you’re not losing valuable tech talent because of outdated legacy software.
Maybe the user interface is cumbersome. IT staff might be fighting with the program on top of solving development problems. Either are enough to make even the most mundane IT issue feel like an uphill battle.
“The people using these systems have an expectation of sleek, usable, effective systems,” said Clearvision’s Enterprise Solutions Director Andrew Stickland. Stickland, based in the U.K., has worked in software development for over 30 years and has spent the past five with Clearvison. (The company opened an office in Center City in 2014.)
“If your software development stack isn’t up to scratch and it’s causing headaches for developers,” he said, “they’ll go elsewhere.”
That’s a serious concern with companies scrambling for top-tier technologists.
“Not only does it cost your business time and money because it’s inefficient or under-performing,” said Stickland, “it costs intangible goodwill with the people in your organization.”
Stickland said Atlassian has struck a chord with software developers because of its ease of use and flexibility in application. Wanna learn more?
Clearvision will be hosting a series of free webinars on Atlassian throughout Philly Tech Week 2017 presented by Comcast, starting May 1 and wrapping up on May 5. The series, called Performance at Scale, will explore how Atlassian can be optimized for large organizations, best practices for coordinating satellite offices and how to manage the software as your company grows.
And make sure to catch Clearvision during Philly Tech Week’s Dev Day on May 3.
— Clearvision (@clearvisioncm) April 19, 2017
Donte Kirby is a 2020-2022 corps member for Report for America, an initiative of The Groundtruth Project that pairs young journalists with local newsrooms. This position is supported by the Robert W. Deutsch Foundation. -30-