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Electric Cloud Adds Industry Veteran Wesley Pullen as General Manager and Vice President of Deployment Solutions

Pullen brings significant global sales experience, along with a proven track record in product development and go-to-market planning and analysis

SAN JOSE, Calif., Aug. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Electric Cloud (http://electric-cloud.com/), the leader in enterprise Continuous Delivery, today announced it has named industry veteran Wesley Pullen as its general manager and vice president of deployment solutions. In his new role, Pullen will be leading the Release and Deployment business at Electric Cloud. He is responsible for go-to-market strategy and revenue attainment to aid in the company's growth and expansion efforts around DevOps, Continuous Delivery and Deployment. He brings more than 18 years of experience in software development methodologies and design standards, applying this experience to both commercial and private sectors.

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"I am thrilled to join such a hot, up-and-coming company that tackles even the most daunting software delivery challenges," said Pullen. "Deployment is a critical part of the Continuous Delivery model and I am looking forward to helping Electric Cloud's customers increase their velocity of deploying software into production to further advance the software delivery lifecycle."

Prior to joining Electric Cloud, Wesley Pullen was the vice president of the Emerging Solutions Group and Global ARA Solutions Group within Automic Software. In this position, he helped jump-start the company's Application Release Automation (ARA) business unit by overseeing a major reduction in development cycles, significant growth in ARA revenues and global market expansion. Pullen also held several other senior level and management roles with organizations such as Biz Lending Solutions, BMC Software, Identify Software, IBM and The Department of Defense (DoD). Pullen earned his bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Pittsburgh in Pennsylvania.

Electric Cloud helps software organizations deliver better software faster by adopting Continuous Delivery. Often referred to as the "new Agile," Continuous Delivery drives strategic value by allowing more frequent, predictable and higher quality software releases. Continuous Delivery solutions from Electric Cloud directly address the reliability and risk issues inherent in software releases by automating build, test and deployment activities to eliminate bottlenecks and provide real-time visibility.

"Wesley is an excellent addition and we are excited to have him join our team," said Steve Brodie, CEO of Electric Cloud. "As a company, we have a relentless focus on powering Continuous Delivery and Wesley will be instrumental in advancing our deployment solutions to further unite the entire software delivery lifecycle together for our customers - from build to test to deploy."

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About Electric Cloud, Inc.

Electric Cloud powers Continuous Delivery. We help organizations developing mobile, embedded systems and enterprise web/IT applications deliver better software faster by automating and accelerating build, test, and deployment processes at scale. Industry leaders like Qualcomm, SpaceX, Cisco, GE, Gap, and E*TRADE use Electric Cloud solutions and services to boost DevOps productivity and Agile throughput.

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