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At A Glance: Atlassian Confluence

There are a variety of business enterprise software suites on the market today, each tailored to a different professional need. Atlassian is a business enterprise software company that focuses on developing powerful software and tools for software developers and project managers. Atlassian products and services provide high-level software solutions for issue tracking and team collaboration. Confluence is the Atlassian brand of team collaboration software, which allows a business to create, manage, and organize projects in a digital workspace. This digital workspace can then be accessed by select team members and worked on collaboratively in real time, producing quicker and more efficient results than the traditional send-and-recieve models of online work. Confluence experts can help your business integrate the Confluence software into any new or existing project.

Confluence specialists are highly experienced team and project managers in addition to their specific expertise with the Confluence software. A specialist is capable of working with you and your team to fully optimize Confluence for your project’s use and can either train you and your team in the overall or niche use of Confluence, or set up and manage your Confluence digital workspace independently. A Confluence pro can also help organize files, create projects, and assign tasks for any sized team within Confluence. Hiring a freelance specialist is a cost-effective way to introduce powerful collaborative tools to your project and company, and promote quality results from any team within your organization.

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