CollabNet CEO Wins Executive of the Year Award

February 23, 2017 CollabNet VersionOne

Each year the prestigious Golden Bridge Awards recognizes executives for their contributions to the tech industry and impact on their organizations. CollabNet CEO Flint Brenton was named Executive of the Year in the IT software category for the most recent 2016 award.

Our company has expanded the strengths of its heritage as an enterprise software development solutions provider, and we’ve introduced innovative new capabilities and products to the DevOps and release management markets.

We recently announced record earnings for 2016 with more than 200 percent growth. You can read more about CollabNet’s successes last year in this news announcement. The team achieved all of this under Flint’s leadership.

Bill Portelli, Chairman of the CollabNet Board of Directors and Managing Director and Partner at CEO Quest, had this to say in the award announcement:

“Flint drives innovation. He guided the recent launch of the company’s major new DevOps product, as well as an important partnership in which CollabNet embedded Clarive’s application release automation software. I’m extremely impressed with how CollabNet and Flint are tackling customers’ complex challenges and delivering technological advances to improve how organizations develop software.”

Read more about this win and what other board members said here.

Also, CollabNet won two additional Golden Bridge Awards in 2016 for product innovation.

It is a great honor for this awards program to recognize CollabNet.

Industry awards programs are important because they reflect the assessment of expert third-parties who evaluate the contributions of individuals and the impact of solutions diligently. Each category has strong contenders.

We thank the Golden Bridge Awards program for the hard work required to run it and for evaluating the many contenders in the numerous categories covered.

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