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XebiaLabs Opens Silicon Valley Office, Expands in Other Cities

BOSTON, MA -- (Marketwired) -- 08/11/14 -- Signaling continued growth and high demand for its software for Continuous Delivery and Devops, XebiaLabs (www.xebialabs.com), today announced the opening of a new office in Menlo Park, CA. In addition to staffing this office, the company also said it is boosting headcount in its Boston headquarters as well as in Austin, New York City and Chicago. Open positions are in sales, channel, marketing and sales engineering. Most recently the company reported revenue growth in Q1 and Q2 of 185 percent after doubling revenues in 2013.

"Moving into the heart of Silicon Valley will help boost mindshare among industry insiders and expose us to companies that are most receptive to innovative methods like Continuous Delivery," says John Dumalac, General Manager and head of the new office. "The benefits of CD are hard to resist: faster time-to-market, higher quality applications, and improved customer responsiveness. It offers a smart means to respond to competitive pressure."

Customers such as General Electric, Expedia, Xerox, KLM, and Société Générale use XebiaLabs technology to create agile environments for the automated release of new software to users. Customers experience up to 50% faster release times, 50% reduction in release costs and a substantial drop in errors and download that are typically associated with application delivery.

Last month the company announced new features to its XL Deploy and XL Release products, including functions that improve reporting and feedback on the entire software build and release process. In June it closed a $12 million growth equity investment round by Washington, D.C. based Updata Partners.

Since its founding in 2008, XebiaLabs has experienced dramatic success with over 100% revenue growth every year, thanks to technology that supports a repeatable, reliable and incrementally improving process for taking software from concept to customer.

About XebiaLabs

XebiaLabs is the fastest-growing, leading global provider of automation software for DevOps and Continuous Delivery helping companies to accelerate the delivery of new software. XebiaLabs' products provide the automation, efficiency and insight organizations need to meet the demand for faster software deployment cycles. Founded in 2008 and headquartered in Boston, XebiaLabs has a worldwide network of sales offices and partners. For more information, please visit www.xebialabs.com.

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