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Gartner recently acknowledged CollabNet as a visionary in a broad Agile Planning Tools report, the “Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Agile Planning Tools,” written by analysts Thomas E. Murphy, Mike West and Keith James Mann. You can read the corresponding full announcement here.
Gartner defines visionaries as vendors that understand where the market is going or have a vision for changing market rules. This report specifically cites CollabNet’s strength in helping organizations move from Waterfall to Agile development methods, bridging between traditional IT legacy applications and new technologies.
This is significant because many organizations today require bimodal solutions to move forward. Companies need to continue to leverage well-established investments in legacy systems and processes, while modernizing to provide better products and services.
Industry expert Scott Rose, who is vice president of product management at CollabNet shared these insights about CollabNet’s positioning in the Magic Quadrant:
“Vision is about seeing where customers are headed and helping them prepare for those changing requirements. We also need to be pragmatic and help them adopt those changes and, where possible, leverage their existing investments. Agile planning tools, including application lifecycle management (ALM) platforms, have matured in recent years and now support DevOps and business priorities through collaboration, visibility, traceability and cross-functional integration,” said Rose. “We’ve participated in this evolutionary process and seen it come about firsthand.”
It’s an honor to be considered a visionary in this new Gartner category.
We are making this report available for download at no cost. To receive your complimentary copy, please visit: https://visit.collab.net/CollabNet-Gartner-Enterprise-Agile-Planning-Tools-Magic-Quadrant.html.
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