Servado as a binding agent for Atlassian apps – how so?
Blended Perspectives did a case study on PPM @ Rogers Communications recently. Rogers is using various Atlassian products and third party apps in their Project Portfolio Management. Products like Jira, Confluence, BigPicture and Servado. They use Servado to tie it all together.
What the Servado portal does: With Confluence, with third party apps, and with Jira, it can be a little bit fragmented and not so easy for, especially senior execs to sort of navigate around. Certainly dashboards are very useful, but what we liked about the Servado Portal solution is that it acted as a binding agent, very simple, beautiful interface to be able to get around to different things that you need to see. So we really had the merits of the bottom up, real time planning approach, but we also were able to use relatively light weight but powerful portal at the front end. I think everybody at Rogers really liked it so much that you bought it quickly as I recall it.Miles Faulkner, Blended Perspectives
And what about the client? Does he like what Servado is doing for him? Just read what Christian at Rogers has to say:
One for the portal, which [is] really amazing!Christian Lazar, Rogers Communications
So, are you interested in seeing the whole webinar? Well, here is a link to the webinar.
Servado works really well as a binding agent for Atlassian apps. And non-Atlassian web based apps as well! With Servado you can bring all the links of your applications to one central place. And also display data from other systems, like Klipfolio, inside of Servado.
Experience the power of Servado Enterprise Portals by trying our online Sandbox out. This is a full setup so there is no need to install on your own sever. You can also get a free trial on the of Servado Enterprise Portals for Jira on the Atlassian Marketplace. That way you can experiment in your own test server. Or do you want to get a private demo via Zoom? Book a meeting on our Calendly.