As a leader in quality assurance and software testing, the team at Testlio is committed to ongoing participation in industry events that bring together communities. In that spirit, we’re thrilled to participate in Atlassian Team ’23, a conference focusing on the latest innovations in teamwork, collaboration, and project management. After all, who better to talk about delivering exceptional end-user digital experiences with?Atlassian Team ’23 is particularly exciting for Testlio, given our long-standing partnership with Atlassian (not to mention our shared clients). Pre-built bi-directional integrations between the Testlio platform and Jira and Trello make it possible for product teams to achieve unified collaboration. In light of the dynamic and diverse sources of information, teams rely on to inform product quality, bringing these sources of information together without sacrificing unified collaboration results in reduced risk of miscommunication, faster time-to-resolution, and better end-user digital experiences.As a fully remote distributed-by-design company, Testlio is constantly looking for new ways to improve teamwork and collaboration. We’re particularly interested in attending the “Open Work Management” track sessions at the conference. These sessions will offer valuable insights into fostering collaboration and team communication to align around common goals. Additionally, Testlio’s team is looking forward to the “Teamwork Culture” track sessions, which will showcase the power of cross-functional teamwork in making better business decisions and empowering teams to do their best work. Atlassian is the perfect venue to gain insights into thought leadership and engineering practices at the intersection of collaboration and software quality.We also can’t wait to connect with our partners at the conference. And a little spoiler: We’re teaming up with Mabl to offer attendees a unique and enjoyable time at our booths with a chance to win a fantastic prize.If you’re attending Atlassian Team ’23, swing by our booth to learn more about how our signal-driven approach to software testing helps modern DevOps teams achieve better software quality outcomes. You can also schedule a meeting with our Director of Business Software, Ross, or our VP of Alliances and Acquisitions, Emeka, to discuss your specific testing needs.For those of you who can’t attend in person, stay tuned. We’ll cover the event and get you up to date with all the trends from the conference.