The NowPlatform is a very capable platform. But at the moment it is based on one core assumption and factor - the data comes to it. Yes it can provide fantastic intelligent experiences but that is from the moment the user interacts with the platform and not before. So there is a piece of the whole chain that is currently missing.
Real-time communications has been a big part of Atlassian's portfolio since they acquired Hipchat in 2012. Just last year, in September 2017, they announced the planned replacement of Hipchat with Stride
Becoming an Accredited, Atlassian Technical Sales Professional in 4 months
Atlassian Accreditation's is a key part to become an Atlassian Partner. Any company that desire to raise in Atlassian's partner levels need employees with the technical know-how to sell and provide the services to the end clients. To reach the silver partner level one need to have one sales accredited employee and one technical sales accredited. Advancing further in the partner levels requires more and more of these accredited employees.
At Atlassian Summit 2018 in Barcelona the new product Jira Ops was unveiled. This is a first glance at the product to try to see where it resides within the Atlassian portfolio. The current version is in beta stage which means that Atlassian allows all cloud instances to try it out for free until release in early 2019. Price for the tool is currently not available.
It's day two, the scene is set and everyone was eagerly awaiting ServiceNow to pull out the big guns. We weren't disappointed. Highly powered fully automatic guns they were too. CJ Desai kicked things off by highlighting the focus areas for the NowPlatform: