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CollabNet Recognized As Champion Within Info-Tech Research Group's ALM Vendor Landscape

TeamForge provides enterprise IT organizations with a flexible approach for managing traditional, Agile and cloud-based environments from a single platform

BRISBANE, Calif., Feb. 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- CollabNet® (www.collab.net), the global leader for Enterprise Cloud Development and Agile ALM, has been recognized by Info-Tech Research Group as a Champion in Info-Tech Research Group's ALM Vendor Landscape. CollabNet's TeamForge® is the industry's most complete and open ALM platform for building and deploying vital applications by distributed teams. IT organizations can leverage a mix of technology processes and commercial or open source tools, through on-premise and privately hosted deployments, or as an offering within CloudForge™, the industry's first enterprise-grade development-Platform-as-a-Service (dPaaS).

"TeamForge provides a centralized ALM platform for managing complex and multi-faceted development environments, and this recognition by Info-Tech Research Group validates the collective work our team, customers and partners have contributed to make it an industry leading product," said Lothar Schubert, senior director, product marketing for TeamForge at CollabNet. "TeamForge extends ALM functionality into Agile and cloud development strategies – two areas that enterprise IT organizations are quickly adopting and need help managing."

Info-Tech Research Group Vendor Landscape reports recognize outstanding vendors in the technology marketplace. Assessing vendors by the strength of their offering and their strategy for the enterprise, Info-Tech Research Group Vendor Landscapes pay tribute to the contribution of exceptional vendors in a particular category.

According to Info-Tech Research Group, CollabNet is "a strong all around enterprise player with compelling cloud options." Info-Tech Research Group cited the following:

  • TeamForge delivers much of the functionality associated with full-featured ALM suites demanded in enterprise environments, yet is suitably priced for the SME. Its SaaS option makes it even more attractive for implementation in smaller organizations.
  • TeamForge has been fortified and is the primary ALM product for Agile and non-Agile software development, planning and delivery up to the enterprise-scale.
  • CloudForge includes source code repository hosting and access to Agile tools. It enables app deployment to public and private clouds, helping enterprises develop their cloud environments.

In Info-Tech Research Group's report, Champions are set apart from other vendors when "both the product and the vendor receive scores that are above the average score for the evaluated group." The report notes that Champions "receive high scores for most evaluation criteria and offer excellent value."

For more information about CollabNet's TeamForge Agile ALM platform please visit: (http://www.collab.net/products/teamforge). 

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About Info-Tech Research Group:
With a paid membership of over 25,000 members worldwide, Info-Tech Research Group (www.infotech.com) is the global leader in providing tactical, practical Information Technology research and analysis. Info-Tech Research Group has a fourteen-year history of delivering quality research and is North America's fastest growing full-service IT analyst firm.  

About CollabNet:
CollabNet is a leading provider of Enterprise Cloud Development and Agile ALM products and services for software-driven organizations. With more than 10,000 global customers, the company provides a suite of platforms and services to address three major trends disrupting the software industry: Agile, DevOps and hybrid cloud development. Its CloudForge™ development-Platform-as-a-Service (dPaaS) enables cloud development through a flexible platform that is team friendly, enterprise ready and integrated to support leading third party tools. The CollabNet TeamForge® ALM, ScrumWorks® Pro Agile project management and Subversion Edge and Enterprise Git source code management platforms can be deployed separately or together, in the cloud or on-premise. CollabNet complements its technical offerings with industry leading consulting and training services for Agile and cloud development transformations. Many CollabNet customers improve productivity by as much as 70 percent, while reducing costs by 80 percent. For more information, please visit (www.collab.net).

CollabNet, TeamForge, and ScrumWorks are registered trademarks of CollabNet, Inc.  CloudForge is a trademark of CollabNet, Inc.  Subversion is a registered trademark of the Apache Software Foundation.  Other names may be trademarks of their respective holders.

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