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CollabNet DLM Wins 2017 Stevie Award for New Software Development Solution of the Year

May 24, 2017 - (Newswire)

- CollabNet, (www.collabnet.com), a global leader in enterprise software development, release automation and DevOps solutions, is proud to announce that the company recently won a Stevie Award's American Business Award in the category of "New Product or Service of the Year - Software - Software Development Solution," for its CollabNet DevOps Lifecycle Manager (DLM) solution.

CollabNet DLM is an innovative leap for the DevOps market. It provides managers with a single real-time, dashboard view of their processes, and allows them to measure, monitor, predict and improve any aspect of their products to enhance their overall application portfolio. This view not only displays the progress and health of each application, but also the ways in which these applications contribute to value the organization delivers.

CollabNet DLM also allows users to conduct value stream mapping (VSM) for their development processes and tools. VSM is emerging as a best practice in DevOps for two important reasons. One, it accelerates continuous delivery (CD) so that organizations can quickly deliver new capabilities and better customer experiences. And two, VSM allows an organization to see the ROI of DevOps.

"This award is a valuable recognition of the innovative work CollabNet has performed to help enterprises realize the value of DevOps," said Flint Brenton, CEO at CollabNet. "Fundamentally, CollabNet DLM lets managers detect and respond immediately to any issues in their development pipeline, which lets organizations across industries reduce costs, deliver applications quickly and increase the value those applications provide to customers. We are honored that our product has received this recognition."

As a bronze Stevie Awards winner, CollabNet has been entered into the People's Choice Stevie Awards for Favorite New Products. Open voting runs until June 2 and anyone can vote for CollabNet DLM by visiting: peopleschoice.stevieawards.com/register-vote/57397/3214.

While there are many point tools in the market designed to speed up software delivery, only CollabNet's DevOps Lifecycle Manager offers the intelligence and management leverage necessary to increase both the pace and quality of development. Along with the company's flagship product, TeamForge, the DevOps Lifecycle Manager showcases CollabNet's steadfast commitment to creating solutions that help enterprises of all sizes and government organizations harness the full power of DevOps and develop better software faster.

For more information about the DevOps Lifecycle Manager, please visit: www.collab.net/products/devops-lifecycle-manager.

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About Stevie Awards
The Stevie® Awards are the world's premier business awards. They were created in 2002 to honor and generate public recognition of the achievements and positive contributions of organizations and working professionals worldwide. In short order the Stevie has become one of the world's most coveted prizes.
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About CollabNet
CollabNet helps enterprises and government organizations develop and deliver high-quality software at speed. CollabNet is a winner of the 2016 Best of Interop Award, a Best in Show winner in the application lifecycle management and development tools category of the SD Times 100 for 13 consecutive years, and a gold winner of the 2016 Golden Bridge Awards. CollabNet offers innovative solutions, consulting, and Agile training services. The company proudly supports more than 10,000 customers with 6 million users in 100 countries. For more information, please visit www.collabnet.com.

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