A website for chief information officers has a feature focusing on a company that sells software for organizations. The company, a major player, has decided to market all of its software programs in a single bundle. Previously, it had sold these programs on an individual basis. The company is competing with other programs such as Skype. It hopes to increase its presence on the market. It has recently purchased another company for $425 million. The end of the feature has links to related stories.
- Atlassian has positioned itself to compete with Skype, Google Hangouts and Slack.
- In a very competitive market Atlassian is standing out by offering consumers what they want and need.
- Atlassian can now sell a compressive bundle of products to its customers.
“Atlassian has been working hard to boost its offerings and appeal in recent months. In January, the company announced it would acquire Trello, which offers a project management app, for $425 million”