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XebiaLabs Celebrates 140% Revenue Growth in 2013

BOSTON, MA -- (Marketwired) -- 01/20/14 -- XebiaLabs (www.xebialabs.com), the leading provider of Delivery Automation tools for the enterprise, today announced it more than doubled revenue in 2013. Success factors contributing to its record year include a 100% renewal rate, a slew of global customer wins, a milestone version of deployment automation software Deployit, and the roll out of the company's enterprise release coordination solution, XL Release.

New customer wins in 2013 include Digital Globe, Expedia, John Deere, GE, Tribune Media Company, Deutsche Telekom, Cable & Wireless and other leading U.S. and international firms.

"XebiaLabs software allows Digital Globe to focus on quality by automating processes needed to develop, test and accept software, dramatically increasing the speed of our software deployment process," said Sunil Mavadia, Manager, Deployment & Environment Management, Digital Globe.

Says Rene Steenvoorden, CIO of Rabobank, "XebiaLabs enables us to deploy our applications more often, more reliably and more predictably. It helps us to significantly improve our time to market in multiple critical areas."

2013 Highlights include:

  • Launch of XL Release, which allows DevOps and Continuous Delivery teams to effectively collaborate on application releases.
  • Launch of new version of Deployit, deployment automation software. Deployit now offers self-service creation of on-demand cloud environments with a single click, accelerating development and testing.
  • A survey XebiaLabs conducted in 2013 with C-level executives found that 75% of respondents give their delivery process a failing grade, with deployment failures occurring up to 30% of the time, fueling the rapid growth in industry interest in DevOps and Continuous Delivery.
  • XebiaLabs signed up several sales channel and implementation partnerships with firms such as development lifecycle experts Black Diamond. XebiaLabs also announced a partnership with CloudBees, the company behind Jenkins, the most popular Continuous Integration server.

"The market for DevOps and Continuous Delivery is booming," said CEO Coert Baart of XebiaLabs. "We're proud that our solutions are the standard choice for leading innovative companies and that we are perceived as the thought leader in this market."

Plans for 2014 include moving to larger headquarters to accommodate the rapidly expanding team, partnering with leaders to extend market reach and launching new products to meet the growing demand for delivery automation tooling. XebiaLabs is continuing to expand and is on track to more than double revenue again in 2014.

About XebiaLabs
With customers such as GE, 3M, Expedia and Société Générale, XebiaLabs is a leading provider of delivery automation software that helps organizations deliver business value faster and more efficiently. Deployit, the only fully-automated Application Release Automation solution, allows customers to carry out and scale application deployments across all middleware and cloud environments. XL Release is the most advanced enterprise release coordination software, allowing IT organizations to plan, track and execute releases faster. Headquartered in the U.S., XebiaLabs has a world-wide network of sales offices and partners. www.xebialabs.com

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