San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) June 8, 2011 – Starting today, Atlassian customers can send their colleagues back to school for extra credit. Atlassian University is a new service that provides an in-depth series of tutorials for three of Atlassian’s most popular products, JIRA, Confluence and GreenHopper.
Atlassian University is an on-demand series of courses, classes and lessons that beginning, intermediate, and advanced users can follow at their own pace. Atlassian University is designed for teams who need to quickly “spin up” tens, hundreds or even thousands of users on the features and capabilities of each product.
The system organizes individual lessons by degree of difficulty and by product, keeping track of what each user has completed and how much further they need to go to master a particular class.
“For the thousands of new customers each year who are starting out for the first time, or existing customers who are looking to onboard new employees, Atlassian University is an affordable and effective way to speed up adoption of Atlassian’s products,” said Mike Cannon-Brookes, Atlassian CEO and Co-founder. “It is the fastest way that customers can get up-to-speed quickly with Atlassian tools.”
Atlassian University displays the progress of individuals and of the entire organization, including:
- Report Card: how users rank against colleagues
- Honor Roll: see which users have completed all of the lessons
- Popular Lessons: see which lessons received the highest user rankings
Atlassian University, available today, is affordable for teams of all sizes — pricing starts at just $10 for 10-user teams and caps out at $1,200 for unlimited user licenses. For more information, visit http://www.atlassian.com/university.
Atlassian provides software development and collaboration tools to help teams conceive, plan, build and launch great products. More than 24,000 organisations of all sizes use Atlassian’s issue tracking, collaboration and software development tools to work and deliver quality results on time and more efficiently. Learn more at http://atlassian.com.