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We were happy to have the opportunity to speak with Aron Gombas, CEO and Founder at Midori about integrating their Atlassian add-ons with Tempo.
Midori is a dedicated Atlassian add-on vendor. They are long-time players in the Atlassian ecosystem and have been around for over 10 years.
During this time they accumulated a tremendous amount of experience in working with Atlassian and their products and use that knowledge in their add-ons through innovation and effective support.
Out of the seven products that Midori provides through the Atlassian Marketplace, four integrate with Tempo:
This includes their free automation counterparts:
- PDF Automation Plugin
- Excel Automation Plugin.
These plugins offer simple and highly customizable exporting and automation solutions for PDF and XLSX.
Deciding to integrate with Tempo
When asked why Tempo was a good choice to integrate with, Aron told us that their product roadmap is driven by 2 factors— their product vision and immediate user demand.
Based on the feedback they received from users, it became clear early on that their solutions can’t be restricted to only supporting data managed by JIRA.
“We needed to consider the most frequently used add-ons on the market and work with the data that users had to export, report on, or otherwise communicate either in-house or externally. Tempo is one of these highly popular add-ons, so it made perfect sense to integrate with them.” -Aron Gombas, CEO and Founder of Midori
Building with the Tempo REST API
The Tempo REST API has quickly enabled Midori to create a seamless end-user experience in their PDF View Plugin for JIRA and Better Excel Plugin for JIRA products, with surprisingly low development efforts. Midori and Tempo customers can now get even better exporting abilities to streamline their business processes.
Bringing value to both Tempo and Midori customers
The most typical and frequent PDF use case with Tempo is the ability to export any document that involves “Planned time” or “Spent time” information.
This provides the customer with instant invoicing, billing, and professional timesheet documents. These documents can be generated by any workflow transition in JIRA, or even scheduled to be generated at the right time with automation.
As for the Excel integrations, Midori’s strength is custom reporting. These allow you to include your Tempo data, for example Account, Team, and most importantly, worklogs. You can also use any custom attribute you wish in your data-rich, comprehensive reports.
Communication with Tempo
Our mutual communication began when Midori originally got in touch with Tempo through our Help Center. Since they are also Tempo customers and have a valid Tempo license, we directed them to a developer familiar with the technical depths of the product to assist them further.
Aron also mentioned that our Tempo Ecosystem Slack channel was a great way to make communication simple and more efficient.
“Creating a Slack channel for the Tempo Ecosystem was a very bold move. It’s really powerful in shortening the communication cycles for developers and it makes it easy to get in touch and maintain a steady channel of communication to whoever you need to work with within Tempo.” – Aron Gombas, CEO and Founder at Midori.
Learn more about Midori’s Atlassian add ons here.
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