Tag Archives: JIRA

Agile and Atlassian

Analysis Of Information

Expium–the Atlassian division of Oasis Digital— is deeply experienced working with JIRA in a variety environments. Our customers run the whole gamut, from pure software dev shops to government agencies simply using it as a project management tool. Because we see such a broad spectrum of implementations we are able to see some trends forming […]

JIRA Customization

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Technology platforms mature and improve over time. The Atlassian ecosystem is no exception. One area where Atlassian has matured dramatically is in supporting customizations. In the past customizations were a real “wild west” edit the database and file system approach. Today we have flexibility in configuration and a strong API. Often people have a hard […]

Why We Teach Workshops

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At Oasis Digital our core business is to build custom software that helps our customers thrive. Everyone that works here has a technical degree and solves challenging technical problems every day. Our team creates solutions for complex customer needs, and is constantly improving our technology stack to do this more effectively. So what is Oasis […]

Cup O’ Links

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Hope everyone is having a great week!  Below you’ll find a JIRA “Cup O’ Links,”  a few helpful links to articles that answer some common questions and problems users face with JIRA. 5 Steps to Build a Killer Dashboard JIRA At Your Service: 10 Tips & Tricks for Improving Your Service Desk – Atlassian Summit […]

User Adoption = Success

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System Administrators often find themselves caught trying to fulfill the promises and hype that come with a new system purchase. As ERP companies learned the hard way over the last twenty years, a system is only as good as its user adoption. Metrics cannot flow to management without individual users, on a consistent basis, doing […]