Collabnet sees growth in Asia

14th September 2013 | By Mouseworld Now Correspondent |

New Delhi, India, September 14, 2013: CollabNet, the leader for Enterprise Cloud Development and Federated ALM, has announced its continued growth in the Asia Pacific region based on the growing adoption of Agile and DevOps practices, and the move away from monolithic and heavyweight ALM systems. With offices in Japan, Korea, China and India, CollabNet has achieved new business growth of 120 percent so far this year, compared to the same period last year. It employs more than 125 software professionals in R&D, business operations, training and consulting, and support services in the region.

The adoption of Agile and DevOps is now hitting critical mass in Asia. Development organizations are replacing cumbersome and outdated ALM systems with open platforms that embrace the hybrid use of open source, cloud and commercial tools, along with iterative and more collaborative processes,” said David Parker, vice president and general manager of Asia Pacific for CollabNet. “CollabNet’s commitment to open source, Agile and highly scalable development platforms has led to strong growth throughout the region and positioned the company as a leader in driving success with Agile and DevOps practices.

 

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