16 Facts About Atlassian


Atlassian Corporation is an Australian software company that develops products for software developers, project managers and other software development teams.

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Atlassian is domiciled in Delaware, with global headquarters in Sydney, Australia, and US headquarters in San Francisco.

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Atlassian has a global team across 13 different countries; office locations include Amsterdam, Austin, Boston, New York, San Francisco, Mountain View, Manila, Yokohama, Bangalore, and Sydney.

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Atlassian released its flagship product, Jira – a project and issue tracker, in 2002.

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On 10 December 2015 Atlassian made its initial public offering on the NASDAQ stock exchange, under the symbol TEAM, putting the market capitalization of Atlassian at $4.

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The IPO made its founders Farquhar and Cannon-Brookes Australia's first tech startup billionaires and household names in their native country, despite Atlassian being called a "very boring software company" in The New York Times for its focus on development and management software.

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In October 2021, Atlassian received approval to construct their new Headquarters in Sydney, which will anchor the Tech Central precinct.

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In 2010, Atlassian acquired Bitbucket, a hosted service for code collaboration.

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In 2012, Atlassian acquired HipChat, an instant messenger for workplace environments.

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That same year Atlassian released Stash, a Git repository for enterprises, later renamed Bitbucket Server.

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In 2013, Atlassian announced a Jira service desk product with full service-level agreement support.

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Less than a year later, on 26 July 2018, Atlassian announced it was going to exit the chat business, that it had sold the intellectual property for HipChat and Stride to competitor Slack, and that it was going to shut down HipChat and Stride in 2019.

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On 17 October 2019, Atlassian completed acquisition of Code Barrel, makers of "Automation for Jira", available on Jira Marketplace.

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On 12 May 2020, Atlassian acquired Halp, a tool that generates helpdesk tickets from Slack conversations, for an undisclosed amount.

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On 30 July 2020, Atlassian announced the acquisition of Mindville, a provider of IT service management software, for an undisclosed amount.

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On 26 February 2021, Atlassian acquired cloud-based visualization and analytics company Chartio.

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