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Former CollabNet Executive Joins OpenMake® Software Management Team

Mike Hallett, Chief Revenue Officer, to lead sales and distribution expansion of the OpenMake Dynamic DevOps suite

CHICAGO, March 31, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, OpenMake Software welcomed former CollabNet executive Mike Hallett as Chief Revenue Officer. OpenMake Software is revolutionizing the DevOps process for large organizations, adding new Release Automation features to its DevOps Suite. To ensure the company's success, Mike takes responsibility for expanding OpenMake's global sales and distribution efforts.

"Mike joins OpenMake at a critical time as the DevOps market is being embraced by enterprise-class users. Building upon OpenMake's strong technical alliances, Mike will lead expansion of our direct sales and international reseller and OEM organizations," stated Stephen J. King, CEO of OpenMake Software.

Mike has more than 25 years in the technology business and has held senior global leadership position with Oracle, Siebel, Kintana and CollabNet. Under his management CollabNet revenue grew 237% and expanded the customer base from 42 to 9,000 which included integrating distribution strategies and employees for 3 acquisitions.

About OpenMake Software
OpenMake® Software, the DevOps Authority, delivers a highly reusable and integrated build, release, and deploy tool chain that streamlines the hand-off of software from development to operations. Our solutions allow the enterprise to achieve high levels of process maturity by defining model driven DevOps policies across the complex, corporate IT landscape.   

OpenMake, OpenMake Mojo, OpenMake Meister are trademarks or a registered trademark of OpenMake Software. All other trademarks used in this document are the property of their respective owners.

The URL for this news release can be located at www.openmakesoftware.com.

North American Sales Contact: OpenMake Software, 200 S. Wacker, Chicago, IL 60606 Tel: 312.440.9545  Toll Free 800.359.8049
Email: [email protected], Website: www.openmakesoftware.com.

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