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I am a very approachable guy and can handle a lot of communication. This is also because we have a lot of dedicated and experienced people, that can handle most of the routine stuff much better and reliably than I can. Our sales team is available at email@example.com. All other roles can be reached through them as well. We have a so called "dispatcher" role internally, that routes your request internally and makes sure, that we come back to you fast and reliable.
My areas of interest: Kickass software, rock'n'roll teams
Our vision in a nutshell: Helping teams collaborate with software. Or a little sloppy: Kickass software, rock'n'roll teams. Those are the topics that I focus on currently:
|Intranets for big corporations||Linchpin is our intranet solution based on Atlassian Confluence.||What do you expect from an intranet? What software do you use? How do you compare these software systems? What is your company culture around collaboration? What does your company think of cloud storage of company knowledge?|
|Software development with Atlassian Tools||We deploy Atlassian software like Confluence, JIRA, Stash, Bamboo and HipChat in one stack for you to power your software development process in a fraction of usual time and cost.||What software tools do you use for software development at this point? What role does Atlassian software play already? Is all your Atlassian software connected and integrated in your daily processes? Are you interested in checking out a sample of the whole Atlassian stack including sample data all connected together?|
|Atlassian customers and partners||We are one of the five biggest Atlassian partners worldwide. But we do not want to grow through people much more. That's why my goal for this year is to partner up with other Atlassian experts and agencies and agile coaches and consultants.||Do you hear a lot about Atlassian solutions and want to participate? Do you want to deploy tested and proven solutions and methods quickly and reliably? Do you want to use our documentation and processes for your own Atlassian projects? Do you believe in growing the pie together than taking away market share from others as a strategy?|
|Google Cloud & GSuite||We started to offer professional services for enterprises in 2017. I am searching for prospects, existing customers and partners to learn and share experiences.||What do you think of the Google offering for companies? What's your experiences? Which office solution is deployed in your team? Why and what do you like / dislike about it? Which services can we offer to suit your needs or wishes?|
If you want to address any of the questions and topics above, feel free to contact me directly via mail, phone or schedule a call. This is what I want to spend my time on.
A short introduction
My name is Martin Seibert. I am fond of Atlassian Software. I currently help spread the word about Linchpin, a Confluence-based Intranet Solution and a SAFe solution called Agile Hive. I am working on and in //SEIBERT/MEDIA for our customers and employees since I was 17. I have founded the company in 1996. The company employs about 150 people in Wiesbaden (Germany) and San Diego (USA). In 2017 we made about 19.5M US$ in revenues and are profitable as a company since years. We offer agile software development and are one of the five biggest Atlassian partners worldwide.
It took me years to understand, that only teams excel. But it's been years since then. So please help me to make sure, everyone understands, that it's the team that rocks. Be it in your own company or when looking at //SEIBERT/MEDIA. It's always teams that "rock'n'roll" with software.
I am 39 and love to participate in our weekly company soccer team and practice yoga regularly. I have been playing chess and volleyball in a team intensively years ago. Those sports are of high interest for me. I am living with my family including kids and grandma in a suburb of Wiesbaden, Germany.
Martin Seibert started //SEIBERT/MEDIA in 1996. He is fond of helping teams collaborate with software. Trust, openness and transparency are core elements of his communication and partnership approaches. Learn more about him at http://seibert.biz/martinseibert
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Qualifications, Certificates & Memberships
- Certified Scrum Product Owner and member of Scrum Alliance
- Google Analytics Qualified Individual (Original certificate)
- Google Advertising Fundamentals Exam and Reporting & Analysis Advanced Exam (Original certificate)
- Google AdWords Qualified Individual
- German Chapter of Usability Professionals Association (GCUPA)
- Member of Foswiki Community
- //SEIBERT/MEDIA is German partner of Atlassian
Among the international customers of //SEIBERT/MEDIA are more than 70% of DAX (german stock index) companies and many medium sized companies, such as Accor, Allianz, Atlas Material Testing LLC (Chicago), Danone, DekaBank, Deutsche Post, Deutsche Telekom, Generali, Hitachi, Honda, Hotel InterContinental, Institut Fresenius, Kabel Deutschland, Kneipp, Lufthansa, SAP, StepStone as well as many other interesting businesses.
Rules and Principles
I do try to employ a couple of rules and principles in my business life, that I ask you to accept and not be disappointed about. It's also a way to manage expectations with people who communicate with me:
- I do not answer sales and marketing pitches for products and services, that I did not ask for. Such emails go straight to spam. That does not change if you remind me of your pitch later.
- I will like turn you down on the phone if you're not a prospect
Gender Neutrality and Diversity
I try to incorporate gender neutrality and diversity in my daily actions and in our business practice at our company wherever I can. I strongly believe that all humans should have equal chances and rights to succeed in live. I know, that this is not reality yet. And I know, that every now and then I may fail to live up to may goals and standards. Please speak up and call me out to help me learn do that better. Especially in German it's hard to duefully use gender neutral language. I tend to use the gender of the word and not always add gender neutrality signs like "(m/w)" or "(m/w/d)". It's an unsolved riddle. Please bear with me.
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