Forty8Fifty Labs Partners with Tempo
June 13, 2018

Forty8Fifty Labs, the DevOps and software development subsidiary of Veristor Systems, announced a partnership with Tempo, creator of efficiency-enhancing enterprise software solutions for Atlassian's Jira Software.

Like Forty8Fifty Labs, Tempo offers its solutions through the Atlassian Marketplace and the companies share a common vision to further extend the Atlassian products with powerful tools to further enable DevOps agility, efficiency and value.

"The growing ecosystem of apps spans a range of tools to empower users of Atlassian software with the customizable solutions to help accomplish business objectives and execute work faster," said Rashad Neloms, VP, Technology & Strategy, Forty8Fifty Labs. "We're pleased to be partnering with Tempo as we build out our portfolio of DevOps products to empower our customers with the practical capabilities needed to speed their software development time to value."

Tempo offers a suite of applications to extend the power of Jira Software. Their powerful and intuitive tools track time, plan work and manage financials. Tempo Planner is a resource management and planning solution. Tempo Budgets delivers financial project and portfolio management. Tempo Timesheets offers painless time tracking and reporting.

Tempo's products join Forty8Fifty Labs' DevOps product portfolio of solutions for Atlassian products. This portfolio also includes the Forty8Fifty Labs' SmartHandler – Email Logic for Jira, an advanced email decisioning and automation solution for Jira Software and Jira Service Desk.

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