Forty8Fifty Labs Partners with Old Street Solutions
January 05, 2022

Forty8Fifty Labs and Old Street Solutions announced that they are partnering in the development and delivery of solutions that simplify the collaboration and use of Atlassian Jira and Confluence.

Both companies are Atlassian Platinum Solution Partners and are focused on enhancing data-driven businesses with the powerful Atlassian-based solutions they need to improve user productivity and business performance.

"Like Forty8Fifty Labs, Old Street Solutions is focused on enabling companies to create and collaborate more easily leveraging Atlassian's powerful platforms," said Steve Bishop, Executive Director of Forty8Fifty Labs and CTO for Veristor. "...Together, we are simplifying and enhancing the use of Jira and Confluence across teams from programmers to project managers to support staff."

"Forty8Fifty Labs are about delivering faster through making teams more proactive, and our software helps make that happen," said Chris Cooke, CEO of Old Street Solutions. "We want to make Jira and Confluence easier to use for business users and beginners, so that everyone can get more involved, more easily. The fact that we were both rated Atlassian Partners of the Year in 2020 makes our alignment even more compelling."

Old Street Solutions makes Atlassian add-ons that turn Jira and Confluence into a universal collaborative hub. The apps have been designed to empower Jira and Confluence users by giving them greater control and visibility while taking the pressure off programmers by making apps more intuitive to use by anyone on the team.

Old Street Solutions apps are offered as part of Forty8Fifty Labs' solutions and services for Atlassian team collaboration.

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