|By PR Newswire||
|December 11, 2012 07:00 AM EST||
ATLANTA, Dec. 11, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- VersionOne, recognized by agile practitioners as the leader in agile project management tools, today announced it achieved multiple company milestones and significant growth in 2012, including continued success in Fortune 100 high-tech and financial service enterprises. In addition, fueled by new growth in the government, manufacturing, and business services markets, VersionOne is wrapping up its tenth year in the agile lifecycle management market with a 50-percent year-over-year growth in the number of users and teams working with the product.
"This has been our most memorable year to date. Not only did we celebrate our 10-year anniversary 'Decade of Done', but we brought innovative new functionality and industry-first capabilities like Agile Portfolio Management, TeamRoom, and Agile Visualization capabilities to today's leading-edge software organizations. The growth we saw in multiple categories validated our mission to provide tools that simplify agile for organizations no matter where they are along their agile adoption path," said Robert Holler, president and CEO of VersionOne. "People are beginning to understand that agile development can benefit companies of any size, in any industry. We look forward to making further investments in product innovation and education for the agile community."
In addition to its customer acquisition and growth, VersionOne sponsored more than 70 agile community events, including hosting the AgilePalooza workshop series, and continued to invest hundreds of thousands of dollars in agile tradeshows, conferences and events to further the understanding of agile and associated best practices. In 2013, VersionOne plans to continue its widespread support of the agile community through sponsorship of agile conferences and AgilePalooza events in Austin, Texas; Columbus, Ohio; Minneapolis; Seattle; and Washington D.C.
For more information on VersionOne's latest successes, please visit http://www.versionone.com/. For those who wish to learn more about agile, please visit VersionOne's AgileSherpa community at http://agilesherpa.org/.
VersionOne is recognized by agile practitioners as the leader in agile project management tools. By simplifying the planning and tracking of agile projects, we help teams deliver better software faster. Since 2002, companies such as Boeing, bwin, Cerner, Fiserv, GMAC, Lilly, Lockheed Martin, Merck, Motorola, Novell, Oppenheimer, Oracle, Qualcomm, Sabre, SAP and Siemens have turned to VersionOne. Today tens of thousands of teams around the world use VersionOne. For daily VersionOne and agile development news follow us on Google+, Twitter, Facebook and our blogs. Agile Made Easier @ VersionOne.com.
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