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[Webinar] Atlassian for Nonprofits: Connecting Your Digital Ecosystem

This is a webinar hosted by Hub Member Forum One.

From amplifying your mission to generating donations, as a nonprofit in 2017, you rely more and more on web technologies to accomplish your work. This in turn means that internal collaboration tools are more important than ever to ensure that all your teams are effectively integrated across the organization — from your communications team, to your IT and management teams.

Jira Software is already the #1 software development tool used by agile development teams, but the larger Atlassian suite of productivity tools extends those collaboration capabilities to non-technical teams, providing teams with the autonomy to work effectively and giving management visibility across their organization. And guess what? Atlassian tools are available for FREE for nonprofit organizations.

In this webinar, we will explore how the Atlassian suite of tools can be integrated into your organization's digital ecosystem to improve collaboration and help you work smarter. More specifically, we'll take a look a today's collaboration application landscape and provide you with an overview of:

  • How Jira is used for project and process management by teams of all shapes and sizes
  • How Confluence is integrated to facilitate knowledge sharing and collaborative documentation 
  • How Jira Service Desk can help you provide exceptional support and approval management

Speaker
Jeff Traynor
Solutions Architect
Jeff works closely with Business Development, Account Management, and Technology Services to provide sales estimates, identify technical and creative solutions, write project documentation, and consult on client projects. Jeff has over 10 years of experience managing the delivery of large-scale projects for higher education, healthcare, and arts and entertainment customers.

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