We announced this on yesterday’s blog, today a more formal announcement was put onto Business Wire.
For a limited time, Atlassian will offer JotSpot Wiki Server customers a discount on commercial and academic Confluence licenses whilst also offering data migration tools and services. The promotion follows JotSpot’s decision to cease offering behind-the-firewall solutions following their recent acquisition by Google.
SYDNEY, Australia & SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)—Atlassian Software Systems today announced a special promotional offer to assist JotSpot Wiki Server customers migrate to Atlassian’s enterprise wiki, Confluence. For a limited time, Atlassian will offer JotSpot Wiki Server customers a discount on commercial and academic Confluence licenses whilst also offering data migration tools and services. The promotion follows JotSpot’s decision to cease offering behind-the-firewall solutions following their recent acquisition by Google.
The Atlassian promotion is open to all JotSpot Wiki Server customers who wish to migrate to Confluence. The promotional offer is open until 31st December, 2006 and includes:
- a 25% discount off of any edition of Atlassian Confluence;
- a commitment from Atlassian to provide data migration tools and services to a smooth transition to Atlassian Confluence.
JotSpot Wiki Server customers who are interested in learning more about the offer or prefer to conduct a free, 30-day fully functional evaluation should contact Atlassian directly by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
With nearly 2,000 organisations using Confluence, including 30 of the Fortune 50 corporations, Atlassian Confluence is the world’s leading enterprise wiki application.
Confluence works behind the firewall, and offers a unique set of features that enterprise users demand, including:
- a simple to use WYSIWYG interface that requires little or no training
- the ability to store and search within all types of files (PPT, Word, PDF, GIF, etc.)
- a flexible and fine-grained security and permissioning system
- the ability to consume and publish email and RSS formats
- unlimited spaces (or wikis) for each team, department, project, and user
- Atlassian’s commitment to legendary service and support
- A highly extensible and interoperable architecture and plugin subsystem
A single instance of Confluence can serve the collaboration and knowledge managements needs of a small team to an entire organisation, making it an accessible option to businesses of all sizes. Confluence can be installed on practically any operating system. It can be installed either as a standalone application or configured to leverage existing application servers and/or databases.
Confluence licenses are available in Team (25 users), Workgroup (50 users), Enterprise (500 users) and Unlimited (unlimited users) editions. A customer list, customer testimonials, an online demonstration, a detailed feature tour, and even a free 30-day evaluation are all available from:
Four years ago Atlassian introduced Jira, which today is one of the world’s most popular issue trackers for IT project management. Atlassian’s second product, Confluence, is widely considered the most advanced enterprise wiki available. A new breed of company building affordable, lightweight software, Atlassian has over 4,500 customers worldwide in more than 60 countries including 30 of the world’s top 50 corporations. For more information, visit www.atlassian.com.