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Hi, Introducing myself as in the process of setting up Confluence and Jira to ensure an agile approach to Sales and Marketing for our business.
EdSmart works specifically in the SaaS for K-12 Schools, Education market. We liberate school communities from paperwork and forms enabling them to get back to what matters most.
I am looking forward to future Community discussions as we commence our Atlassian journey. Cheers, Ellen
Thanks, Ellen. I work for an Australian e-learning company as well. I have set up JIRA and Agile in many organisations as part of organisational transformation. I am in Melbourne, and please feel free to contact me if you need any assistance.
Regards, Azad Lakho
Thanks so much for reaching out - which eLearning Company?
regards, Ellen Richards
Thanks, Ellen. I am working for Teach Starter Pty Ltd. We provide resources to primary school teachers in Australia, USA and the GB.
Please feel free to reach out if any assistance is needed.
Hello @ellen and @Azad Lakho - welcome to the Atlassian Community.
Did you know there is a community group specifically for Education? Check it out!
Welcome to the Community, @ellen
Great introduction! This is a great place to share experiences, learn and connect with friendly people! See you around
Hello and Welcome, Ellen!
We are glad you are here!!
@ellen Welcome, welcome! Looks like you're already making some friends. 😄 Be sure to check out the Confluence and Jira product collections, as well as off-topic threads like Friday Fun and "Three Things."