JIRA & Confluence Nordic Conference (JCN) Recap

Last week, members of our Tempo team travelled overseas to Helsinki, Finland for the annual JIRA & Confluence Nordic (JCN) Conference, hosted by our Atlassian Expert partner, Ambientia. This was the second year in a row in attendance, and we had the opportunity to meet up with other Atlassian enthusiasts, Tempo customers, and others interested in learning about our solutions for JIRA.

As sponsor of JCN, we had the opportunity to present our Tempo add-ons to conference attendees. Our very own Partner Manager, Sandra Axelsdóttir staged a successful presentation this year. She provided a short introduction to Tempo, and a quick overview of each of our solutions, Tempo Timesheets, Tempo Planner and our newest addition, Tempo Books. A video of Sandra’s presentation can be found here below:

Britta Jonasson Stender, the Art Director and Technical Project Manager at redWEB, presented a case study on how Tempo and JIRA have solved a number of problems faced by her organization. A special thanks to Britta for participating with us at JCN!

Britta’s JCN presentation can be viewed below:

The conference was well organized, and we enjoyed the breadth and depth of talks and presentations.

We had a great time, and were thrilled to have the opportunity to introduce our products to conference attendees and chat with a lot of talented and interesting folks.


Thank you, Ambientia, for hosting a fun and successful event! We look forward to seeing you next year!



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Bjarki is the product marketing manager for Tempo Planner and Iceland's number one pineapple enthusiast. He loves playing soccer, training Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, and listening to old school 70's funk.

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