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CollabNet Named A Leader In Gartner's 2013 Magic Quadrant For Application Development Lifecycle Management

Gartner recognizes CollabNet for its ability to execute and completeness of vision

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Feb. 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- CollabNet, a leader in cloud-based Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) solutions for agile software delivery at scale, today announced it has been positioned in the "Leaders" Quadrant of the 2013 "Magic Quadrant for Application Development Life Cycle Management" (ADLM) report* by Gartner, Inc. The 2013 Magic Quadrant (MQ) report represents a snapshot of the ADLM market and evaluates 16 ADLM vendors in order to help application development and IT managers select appropriate technology partners that drive quality and productivity.

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"We believe Gartner has positioned CollabNet as a leader in the ADLM market Magic Quadrant because of our large and growing customer base, proven scalability and ability to help customers embrace open source tools with enterprise governance," said Bill Portelli, CEO of CollabNet. "Our customers are increasing software delivery speed by organizing development into a cohesive system, allowing developers to use the tools they want and providing managers with the visibility, traceability and governance they need to deploy software that drives strategic value and competitive differentiation."

CollabNet's TeamForge® ALM platform helps IT organizations speed the delivery of quality software. It allows individuals to use the tools they want within a platform that is centrally managed and easily scales to thousands of users.

"We feel that our position as a "Leader" in the Gartner ADLM Magic Quadrant is a reflection of how our customers are advancing software delivery in the enterprise," said Portelli. "With TeamForge they have an open platform for managing constant change, and embracing new practices like Agile and DevOps in a non-prescriptive, yet orderly fashion."

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About CollabNet

CollabNet® is the creator of Subversion® and a pioneer in cloud-based Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) solutions for collaborative agile software delivery at scale. CollabNet provides industry-leading products plus agile consulting and training services to help organizations of all sizes develop and deploy software faster. CollabNet's flagship product, TeamForge®, provides customers with an open and extensible collaborative software development and delivery platform to increase collaboration and application release efficiency across larger, distributed teams. TeamForge users also gain better governance with enhanced visibility and traceability across the software development lifecycle. For smaller teams, CollabNet provides CloudForge®, a cloud-hosted version of Subversion, Git and TeamForge, that enables fast project starts on-demand. CollabNet has been recognized for 10 consecutive years as a SD Times 100 industry innovator and is consistently positioned as a leader within Tier One industry analyst reports. For more information, please visit www.collab.net.

About Gartner's Magic Quadrant

Gartner does not endorse any vendor, product or service depicted in its research publications, and does not advise technology users to select only those vendors with the highest ratings. Gartner research publications consist of the opinions of Gartner's research organization and should not be construed as statements of fact. Gartner disclaims all warranties, expressed or implied, with respect to this research, including any warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.

*Gartner "Magic Quadrant for Application Development Life Cycle Management" by Thomas Murphy, Jim Duggan and Nathan Wilson, November 19, 2013.

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