Agile Development Solution Recognized for Innovation and Quality by Leading Software Development Community
Online PR News – 29-July-2011 – – BRISBANE, Calif. – CollabNet®, the leader in Agile development in the Cloud, announced today that the CollabNet TeamForge® ALM platform, the leading ALM solution for distributed teams, has won The Code Project’s Members Choice award in the ALM category. The Code Project is one of the largest development communities in the world, comprised of professional developers, development managers, and architects. Since its inception in 1999, The Code Project has become an industry-leading community, gathering more than 7.7 million registered members.
CodeProject.com members, who were asked to rate their favorite development tools based on “in-the-field” experience, chose the winners. The Code Project editors then compiled the highest-rated listings and awarded the highest-ranked product in each category.
“Establishing and fostering a collaborative culture among developers is the foundation for creating innovative software today,” said Bill Portelli, chief executive officer, CollabNet. “For over a decade, CollabNet has partnered with the industry to deliver innovative software development tools that leverage Agile, social development, and Cloud computing—from individual workgroups through large-scale Agile enterprises. The ALM Award for TeamForge reflects both our market leadership and the partnership we strive to form with our users.”
CollabNet TeamForge is the leading enterprise platform for application lifecycle management (ALM), supporting every development process (Agile, waterfall, and hybrid) and every technology stack. Customers can manage the entire software delivery process, taking ideas from concept to release. TeamForge provides integrated capabilities for requirements analysis, Agile planning, software version control, and issue tracking, and users can initiate elastic cloud server provisioning, build and test, and release packaging. TeamForge also automates governance by validating, capturing, and connecting information throughout the delivery process—both within a project as well as with other teams and projects across the collaborating enterprise. Code fragments, commits, conversations, and documents are continuously correlated, building a traceable and searchable data foundation for issue resolution, planning, and code reuse.
TeamForge has gained the trust of more than 400,000 developers and product teams worldwide. The world’s largest and most successful software development communities, in enterprises and in shared and open source communities such as the Department of Defense’s forge.mil, Intuit’s www.code.intuit.com, and tigris.org, rely on TeamForge to deliver better software faster.
CollabNet TeamForge 6.1 was released in June 2011. The latest version aids the adoption of Agile methods across large-scale enterprises by dramatically speeding Subversion file and code sharing across globally distributed teams, automating governance for large-scale communities, providing new resources that enable social coding, and offering enterprise-grade tools. Free 10-user licenses of the full version of CollabNet TeamForge are now available at www.collab.net/downloads/ctf.
More information about the CollabNet TeamForge platform is available at www.collab.net.
CollabNet is the recognized leader in leveraging collaboration, Agile methods, and Cloud computing to transform the way software development organizations develop and deploy applications. We enable our customers to efficiently manage lifecycles, development processes, distributed teams, and projects. Our lightweight and easy-to-use platform, offered in the Cloud on the Codesion™ hosting platform and in on-premise versions, delivers substantial cost, quality, and time-to-market improvements to more than 7,000 customers, from workgroups to enterprises. For more information, please visit www.collab.net.
CollabNet and TeamForge are a registered trademarks of CollabNet, Inc. Codesion is a trademark of CollabNet, Inc. Other names may be trademarks of their respective holders.