We are pleased to announce the acquisition of Mohami, an Atlassian Platinum Marketplace Partner and creator of trusted developer tools, including favorites like Webhook to Jenkins for Bitbucket, Yet Another Commit Checker, and Charts & Graphs for Bitbucket. These apps, along with many others in the Mohami portfolio, boost productivity across Confluence, Bitbucket, and Jira.
Along with welcoming these valued products into our portfolio, we’re delighted to share that Mohami founder and app creator, Mohammed Davoodi, will also be joining Appfire as an advisor. Mohammed brings a wealth of knowledge and years of experience in the Atlassian ecosystem, specifically with developer-focused products. Together, we’re committed to driving continued innovation by enabling the ever-evolving developer community to build for the future.
“Mohami’s apps are a powerful addition to our portfolio of developer tools,” said Randall Ward, co-founder and CEO, Appfire. “We welcome Mohami’s founder, Mohammed Davoodi, as an advisor to Appfire. His team’s incredible work represents developer freedom and openness that is at the heart of the Atlassian ecosystem and Appfire’s core values. The developer community is so important to us as their inspiration drives further product innovation and making what matters.”
Mohami is focused on enhancing Atlassian products through apps. The company’s widely used products have over 17,000 active installations and are trusted, quality apps among the developer community. Since 2016, the company built their reputation on its commitment to prioritizing quality, product robustness, and efficient customer support.
Appfire is committed to providing teams with all-star product support and continuous improvements to their Atlassian experience through innovative apps. With 15 years of expertise in the Atlassian ecosystem, our product brands comprise the largest portfolio of apps on the Atlassian Marketplace — so we’re well-versed in helping teams of all different sizes and across every industry.
When it comes time to renew licenses, Mohami customers won’t have to worry about any changes in the renewal process and will be able to simply renew their apps through the Atlassian Marketplace or an Atlassian reseller.
For more information about Mohami joining the Appfire family, read the full press release. You can also learn more about these popular apps on the Atlassian Marketplace.
We’re here to help all Atlassian teams achieve great things, so please don’t hesitate to contact our support teams if you have questions about this change or any of your Appfire products.