Atlassian Confluence Primary Use Case

David Molesworth
Delivery Lead at Cyma
We primarily use it as a knowledge management tool for all of our consultants, which are architects. View full review »
reviewer1423197
CEO & CPO at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
We mainly used Jira for backlog management within IT development landscapes. We used Confluence for early-stage documentation and communication within and across teams. Since we worked mostly with large enterprises, they typically install and host any server-based solutions on their own. View full review »
Lindsay Fifield
Customer Success Manager at LogiGear Corporation
We are a remote company at this point. We use it to collaborate on different initiatives within our interior and marketing teams. It's kind of our one-stop-shop to house our collateral and sales information. It covers pretty much anything and everything we need and everything our marketing teams would need as well. View full review »
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Michael Peterson
GM Technology at a energy/utilities company with 51-200 employees
Every project and every initiative we start gets a Confluence site to track artifacts that are created related to that initiative. For example, we will use it for a knowledge base and for general documentation. We collect all of our meeting minutes, action lists, and so on. It is grouped in scenarios for reference, et cetera. View full review »
reviewer1431804
System Engineer at a insurance company with 1,001-5,000 employees
In multiple organizations, we have been using Atlassian Confluence as a knowledge base, and for development. Our developers use it alongside Jira. View full review »
reviewer1320141
Business Analyst at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
We have got our own private Confluence set up. In our department, we use Jira and Confluence a lot. These are our in-house go-to tools for managing the agile ways of working. We sort of follow a bit of both models: traditional and agile. We follow the traditional waterfall model outside of Confluence and Jira, so that's more like requirements, specifications, and documents. There's another team, with which I haven't been that involved, that writes user stories and allocates tasks in Jira. They use it quite heavily. We use Jira more for agile type processing, like for Kanban boards and all that sort of stuff and allocating work tasks and two-week sprints. It supports the actual agile process. Jira is much more focused on the process of delivery. View full review »
RajatSharma
RPA Business Consultant at a tech consulting company with 10,001+ employees
Implementing Confluence in documenting functional specifical documents and preparing RTMs, product requirements. View full review »
Sebastian Lawrence
Solutions Delivery Lead at a financial services firm with 201-500 employees
I used Confluence mostly for the wiki and documentation. View full review »
Steven Malone
Operations Support Specialist at Heartland Payment Systems
We used Confluence to coordinate products with our engineering and marketing teams. This allowed us to easily convey project details across our worldwide development and marketing teams. View full review »
Morgan Day
Managing Consultant - Enterprise Architecture at Wipro Technologies
Our primary use for this solution is EA documentation. View full review »
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