Why your Intranet should be based on Atlassian Confluence - Linchpin Intranet
03-29, 13:20–13:35 (US/Pacific), Room 1

Learn how Linchpin Intranet Suite will turn Atlassian Confluence into an attractive and fully personalized social Intranet with a native employee app that includes news, microblogs, all profiles and all Confluence pages and even works with servers behind the firewall seamlessly.

Linchpin is based on a system that employees already both know how to use and enjoy using it. It extends Confluence into a modern social intranet which fulfills both user and management requirements. Top-down communication is integrated with company news and meets the requirement to share information efficiently with all employees (Intranet 1.0). Extensive personalization based on language, location, and user profile fields, greatly reduces the complexity of this system. With a microblogging function and extended user profiles, Confluence is enhanced with social features. Linchpin integrates other enterprise applications that employees frequently use, making it the cockpit from which they can complete all of their daily work. Thanks to our mobile app and large touch screen support, the intranet is available to all employees throughout the company. Customers benefit from the short implementation phase because of the technical standardization, and have significantly lower licensing costs when compared to intranet solutions like SharePoint.

Alisa Tietz is Product Marketing Master of the Linchpin Intranet Team at //SEIBERT/MEDIA

Alisa's area of expertise is:

Linchpin - Social intranet based on Atlassian Confluence
Planning, creation, and implementation of marketing content and campaigns
Interface function to the Linchpin development teams

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Martin Seibert states on his profile page:

"I am passionate about Atlassian Software. I am currently helping to introduce Linchpin, a Confluence-based intranet solution and a SAFe solution called Agile Hive to our customers. I have been working on and in //SEIBERT/MEDIA for our customers and employees since I was 17. I founded the company in 1996 and it now employs about 180 people in Wiesbaden (Germany) and USA. In 2018 we made about 30M US$ in revenues and have been profitable as a company for many years. We offer agile software development and are one of the five biggest Atlassian partners worldwide.

It took me many years to understand that only teams can be successful. But that was years ago. Now, I want everyone to understand and spread the word that teams are the things that rock. Be it in your own company or when looking at //SEIBERT/MEDIA, it's always teams that "rock'n'roll" with software."

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