Award Recognizes Innovation and Leadership in Application Lifecycle Management Platforms
LAFAYETTE, CALIF. – June 04, 2010: TechExcel, Inc., a leading provider of Application Lifecycle Management software, today announced for the second consecutive year it has been named to the 2010 SD Times 100.
TechExcel was recognized in the ALM Platforms category for offering an integrated suite of software development tools for managing every aspect of the application lifecycle. DevSuite, TechExcel’s complete ALM solution, covers requirements management, project planning, implementation tracking, and QA testing. The single unified platform for both agile and traditional development also provides the industry’s most comprehensive requirement traceability from concept through specification, planning, implementation, testing, and release. The unique modular architecture of DevSuite also addresses the reality of how organizations are adopting ALM tools by giving them with the flexibility to incrementally add additional tools when needed.
"We are honored to be recognized by SD Times once again as one the top leaders and innovators in the ALM market,” said Tieren Zhou, Founder, CEO and Chief Architect, TechExcel. “This award highlights our commitment to developing solutions that are truly driving the art of software development.”
Judged by the editors of SD Times, the SD Times 100 is a compilation of elite companies, non-commercial organizations, open source projects and other initiatives that demonstrate innovation and leadership in the software development industry. The eighth annual SD Times 100 awards are featured in the June 1, 2010, issue of BZ Media’s SD Times and online at http://www.sdtimes.com/link/34383.
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