Atlassian’s Secret to Creating Compounding Customer Value

Jay Simons, Atlassian’s President for the last 12 years, joined the company in 2008 when Atlassian was already a product-led success making an estimated $150 million in revenue that year. Today their revenue guidance is more than 10X that number at nearly $1.6 billion. Jay has been at the helm of their product led growth efforts and has created a truly epic revenue engine.

In this brand-new episode of the BUILD podcast, Jay and host Blake Bartlett unpack: 

  • Atlassian’s secret to creating compounding customer value 
  • How Atlassian uses pricing as a competitive advantage
  • The role of human champions in a self-serve customer journey

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Meg Johnson
Meg Johnson
Multimedia Marketer
OpenView

Meg leads creative strategy on OpenView's marketing team. As head producer of the BUILD podcast and all other OV multimedia programs, she works with individuals at the firm to harness their passion into content that helps them build a genuine connection to their audience and grow their personal brand authentically and sustainably. Prior to OV, Meg led brand development and creative strategy at Privy helping them become one of the fastest growing companies in America according to Inc Magazine in 2019. Privy was then valued at $2.2 billion before getting acquired by Attentive in 2021.
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