Quint named implementation partner of Atlassian and Celonis

23 April 2021 Consultancy.eu 2 min. read

Two major global solution providers – Atlassian and Celonis – have named international management and digital transformation consultancy Quint as an implementation and technology partner . 

Dutch-origin Quint already is a partner of the likes of AppDynamics, Micro Focus and ServiceNow, and now has seen its expertise and track record in Atlassian and Celonis solutions recognised through the formalisation of a partnership. Quint has meanwhile rolled out the partnerships across its offices in the Netherlands, Spain, India, Malaysia and Japan.


Australian-origin Atlassian provides software that enables teams to improve their collaboration and productivity. The firm’s flagship solution Jira is a project, activity and issue tracker, while Confluence is a team collaboration platform that lets users work together on projects, co-create content, and share documents and other media assets.

Quint named implementation partner of Atlassian and Celonis

For Atlassian, Quint is the company’s first Netherlands based Jira Align implementation partner. Dragana Mijatovic, Managing Director of Enterprise Transformations at Quint, said: “Jira Align is a perfect solution for bridging the worlds of strategy and execution.” 

Mijatovic added that the tool is a valuable addition to the firm’s agile services. “Jira Align is one of the few solutions that fully supports enterprise agility. The solution provides full support for SAFe – which we believe is the best framework in terms of scaling.” 


German-origin Celonis is a provider of process mining software, which helps organisations to rapidly assess their operations and uncover improvement potential. Now a $2.5 billion company, Celonis’ Execution Management System (EMS) is used by companies across industries in order to streamline and improve processes and data flows. 

According to Karina Vogl, Vice President, Partner Management EMEA at Celonis, the decision to work together with Quint builds on the firm’s “unique enterprise automation capabilities” built over the years. “Together we will help enterprises close the execution gaps that have been holding them back from achieving full execution capacity.” 

Peter Kuypers, Managing Consultant at Quint added: “Thanks to the partnership with Celonis, we can now help organisations to better steer for effectiveness and return on investment. For example, the collaboration enables us to identify the improvement potential of the business and support processes (IT, HR, Facilities and Procurement) within an organisation within a week.”