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Roadmunk joins Tempo

We are happy to announce that Roadmunk has joined Tempo! The company needs no introduction: Tempo is one of the top vendors in the Atlassian ecosystem, providing best-in-class solutions for time management, resource planning, and budget management.

Tempo has most recently also acquired ALM Works, developer of the Structure for Jira software suite that enables project and program managers to make better decisions, work more efficiently, and deliver predictable results.

With this solutions suite we’ll be able to provide our customers with even more visibility and control, so they can easily move between strategy and daily execution, make informed decisions, and share progress with executives and stakeholders.

Mark Lorion

CEO, Tempo Software

“We’re thrilled to welcome Roadmunk to Tempo. Our combined experience will enable us to be both progressive and rooted in the realities of strategic execution challenges to create a purpose-built solution to effectively guide product development planning and forecasting.”

Latif Nanji

CEO, Roadmunk.

“This is a perfect fit for the Roadmunk and Tempo teams from both a company culture and customer-driven mindset. As we join Tempo today, we are seeing the further extension of our founding mission to help companies achieve maximum efficiency and accuracy in their roadmapping and planning,”

Rest assured, Roadmunk is not going away, and we will continue to build against our roadmap to deliver a continuously better roadmapping product for you and your teams. It’s business as usual in the immediate term as we plan to integrate. There may be further announcements over the coming months as that progresses, and we are delighted to be able to continue to support you.



If you'd like to learn more, check out the Tempo press release, or watch the recording of the fireside chat where Mark Lorion, CEO at Tempo, and Latif Nanji, CEO at Roadmunk, discussed why our two companies came together, what the future might look like and answered questions from the audience.