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Hello, Automotive enthusiasts! Are you ready for October to begin 🙀?
I wanted to share with you an Article I came across from Work/Life (The Atlassian blog) from Soumya Menon of Go2Group, a worldwide provider of DevOps and application lifecycle management solutions.
In the article, they talk about the Karma Revero automobile, designed by Karma Automotive, and how Karma's Engineering Services group relies on Jira, Confluence, and Bitbucket to manage key engineering processes and project management activities. I'm interested to know what you think! If you have any thoughts on the piece, leave them in the comments below.
Read the full article on the Atlassian blog
the article is interesting, however, more than two years old.
I hope they'll provide a follow-up on their experiences. I'm curious learning best practices on how companies use the tool stack (Jira) to support their business processes and to maintain compliance. How do they measure the improvements (ROI)?
Interesting Article, and KARMA nice name for a car company.!
Article interesting, thanks for sharing
Thank you for sharing an interesting article. Perhaps you know if there is an opportunity to start cooperation with them on the production of cars? I know that on the Engre engineering b2b platform, you can find engineering companies for cooperation. But it would be great to know more possible channels for hosting your own services.