Each year at Interop, one of the world’s largest gatherings of IT professionals, an elite group of exhibitors are acknowledged for innovation and technological advancements in the “Best of Interop Awards”—and this year, CollabNet’s TeamForge has been named a finalist!
The “Best of Interop Awards” takes 10 segments of IT and highlights the products in those categories that are making the greatest strides to move business technology forward. TeamForge 16.3, announced last week, fits the bill here to a “T”, making a significant impact in the way companies streamline compliance and roll out new projects.
Here’s what our CEO, Flint Brenton, had to say about TeamForge’s selection to the finalist list:
“CollabNet TeamForge enables organizations to accelerate the development and delivery of software through a wide range of tools and methodologies. CollabNet is continually adding new features and enhancements to its TeamForge platform based on customer needs, and the latest version of the platform allows users to choose from a broad range of supported commercial and open source tools such as Chef®, JIRA® Software, Jenkins®, Nexus® and HP ALM®.”
It is exciting to see this product grow in popularity and capability since its inception in 2009. TeamForge is already an award winner; having been recognized as a SD Times 100 winner for more than 10 years running — as well as the Visual Studio Magazine’s Readers Choice Award in 2012, the Code Project’s Member’s Choice Award in 2011, the Great Indian Developer Award in 2010, and more.
If you are attending Interop from May 2-6 in Las Vegas, be sure to catch Flint Brenton’s talk—“Hey IT Managers: You Don’t Have to Hate Agile”—at the show. Flint will be speaking on May 5 at 3:15 p.m. in Lagoon B. More details can be found here. Also, make sure you stop by Booth 1004 to say hello and see our latest product demos. If you haven’t registered yet, don’t miss out; you can still join the party by registering here.
Full news release: CollabNet Selected as Finalist for 2016 ‘Best of Interop’ Award.
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