Sydney's Glintech reveals 'Atlassian for Business' platform for financial services and government

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Sydney's Glintech reveals 'Atlassian for Business' platform for financial services and government

Sydney-based enterprise software developer and service provider Glintech has launched Atlassian for Business, a solution that enables customers to quickly deploy automation solutions across their teams.

Atlassian for Business is a catalogue of packaged automation solutions targeted towards the financial services industry and government clients. The platform allows customers to purchase off-the-shelf solutions and quickly deploy them across their organisation.

The company said it would allow customers to automate processes, improve communications and increase innovation with Glintech's portfolio of enterprise-grade Atlassian apps.

The solution will be underpinned by Dash, an app for Atlassian's popular issue tracking product Jira. Dash allows Jira customers to process, manage and automate business workflows like FOI requests.

Glintech recently acquired Dash from its previous owner Polymath Solutions. The company said that Atlassian for Business would continue to build off the work Polymath had already started.

As part of the acquisition, Polymath co-founder and managing director Jimmy Van will join Glintech.

“The launch of a new service within Glintech focused on solving business problems for new and existing Atlassian customers made a lot of sense and lets us leverage our experience and expertise in development, support and consulting," Glintech chief executive Dimitri Spyridopoulous said.

"With hundreds of existing Atlassian customers, we are well positioned to grow the capability of Dash and to develop other packaged business automation solutions for use by our clients."

Glintech is one of just two Atlassian platinum partners in Australia, the software vendor's highest partner tier. The company was named one of Atlassian's regional partners of the year in 2017 based on customer growth.

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