Gartner recently released their annual Gartner® Magic Quadrant™ for IT Service Management Platforms: an in-depth analysis of the ITSM landscape, market direction, and vendor solutions available to customers. Gartner named Atlassian a Leader in the2022 edition of this report.
It’s not easy out there for Infrastructure and Operations (I&O) leaders. Besides adapting to the growth of digital businesses and distributed workforces, the cost and complexity of legacy ITSM solutions continue to present their own challenges.
In their 2022 Buyer’s Guide to ITSM Platforms, Gartner found that “Eight out of 10 IT organizations overspend on IT service management (ITSM) platform subscriptions by half of the contract value because they purchase functions that do not get fully used.”
As I&O teams evaluate the return on their service management investment, they are recognizing the need for a right-sized solution that delivers value fast and scales with the needs of the business.
The Atlassian Approach
Connect Development and IT Operations to Accelerate Work
As digital enterprises continue to transform, they recognize the importance of uniting these teams so work flows seamlessly from concept to design, and on to building, launching, operating, and supporting great product and service experiences. Atlassian uniquely connects development and IT operations to better respond to change and ship new products or services faster.
Empower All Service Teams
Teams outside IT need to operate with the same urgency and speed. Atlassian enables business teams to adopt a service-oriented mindset and reduces reliance on central IT in order to provide rich service experiences for internal customers.
Autonomy with Alignment is Key
The traditional norms of a centralized, command-and-control approach to I&O face all kinds of challenges with today’s distributed architectures and agile ways of work. Atlassian provides enterprise teams with the flexibility and simplicity required to run fast and operate with autonomy, while still allowing for common terminology, experiences, and administrative controls, necessary for coordinated work.
1 Gartner, Inc. “A Buyer’s Guide to ITSM Platforms,” Chris Matchett, Rich Doheny, 4 August 2022 Gartner, Magic Quadrant for IT Service Management Platforms, Rich Doheny, Chris Matchett, Siddharth Shetty 1 November 2022
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