For the second year in a row, Atlassian has been selected for the BRW Fast 100. The BRW Fast 100 is a list of Australia’s fastest-growing small and medium-sized businesses, ranking companies with up to 200 staff according to their average annual turnover growth over three years. Atlassian achieved 197% growth in the last year, making it the fastest overall software company in Australia and in 10th place overall among the Fast 100.
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SYDNEY, Australia–(BUSINESS WIRE)–For the second year in a row, Atlassian Software Systems was ranked as one of the fastest growing companies in Australia by BRW Magazine. The BRW Fast 100 is a list of Australia’s fastest-growing small and medium-sized businesses, ranking companies with up to 200 staff according to their average annual turnover growth over three years.
Atlassian achieved 197% growth in the last year, making it the fastest overall software company in Australia and in 10th place overall among the Fast 100. Atlassian now has nearly 5,000 customers in more than 60 countries, an increase since last year’s BRW Fast award of more than 1,500 customers and a dozen countries.
“The company has grown through word of mouth, and we feel that’s a reflection on the quality of everything we do, from product development to customer support,” said Atlassian co-founder and CEO, Mike Cannon-Brookes. “We’ve built a fun, profitable and sustainable business, and the BRW Award is terrific validation of our work.”
Launched in 2002, Atlassian products enable collaboration and project management. Atlassian’s core products include JIRA, one of the world’s most popular professional bug and issue trackers, now used by over 4,000 organisations; and Confluence, an enterprise wiki selected by 1,800 organisations for collaboration and knowledge sharing. Both products offer world-class features at a fraction of the cost of similar software.
In addition, Atlassian has recently announced two new products: Bamboo, a continuous integration build server, and Crowd, a single sign-on authentication application. Bamboo and Crowd will be available shortly on Atlassian’s website.
Recently, Atlassian founders Scott Farquhar and Mike Cannon-Brooks were also recognised by Ernst & Young as Entrepreneur Of The Year for the Eastern Region. More information about the BRW awards can be found at www.brw.com.au.
About Atlassian Software Systems
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 nearly 5,000 customers worldwide in more than 60 countries including 30 of the world’s top 50 corporations.

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