Rally to be Title Sponsor for Agile 2006 Conference
BOULDER, Colo., June 20, 2006 - Rally Software Development Corp., the leading on-demand provider of Agile Application Lifecycle Management (ALM), today announced its continued support for Agile development methodologies by becoming Title Sponsor for the Agile 2006 Conference. The conference will take place July 23 - 28 in Minneapolis (www.agile2006.org).
Agile 2006 is the premiere event for independent software vendors, software consultants and in-house corporate development teams interested in learning from world-renowned Agile experts on how to successfully implement and scale Agile methodologies. The success of last year's sold-out conference validates that Agile is quickly moving toward mainstream adoption.
"Rally is committed to advancing the benefits of Agile through our full lifecycle management products and industry-leading coaching services, as well as through our support of the Agile Alliance and the Agile 2006 conference," said Tim Miller, CEO of Rally. "This is our second year as Title Sponsor, and we are pleased to work hand-in-hand with the Agile Alliance to bring together the growing Agile development community at this annual event."
Rally is at the forefront of Agile software development with solutions that manage the entire Agile development lifecycle for both small project teams and large-scale, multi-team programs. The company's flagship on-demand application lifecycle management suite was recently awarded the software industry's prestigious Jolt Award for its ability to help software-driven organizations succeed and scale Agile practices across the enterprise. Rally complements its on-demand offerings with world-class training and coaching delivered by the foremost experts in the Agile community.
"The Agile 2006 conference is pleased to have Rally as a Title Sponsor of this year's conference," said Todd Little, program director for Agile 2006. "As a repeat Title Sponsor from our inaugural event last year, Rally continues to demonstrate its commitment to the Agile Alliance, the Agile Conference and the practice of Agile software development."
Based in Boulder, Colo., Rally changes the way companies around the globe define, develop and deliver software. From small pilot projects to distributed, multi-team programs, Rally's on-demand software lifecycle management solutions help organizations adopt and scale Agile software development - one of the fastest growing trends in the technology industry. Rally's world-renown coaches and partners complement its on-demand solutions with training and consulting for creating the Agile organization. The company's customers include thousands of subscribers from leading software vendors, Internet companies and corporate development teams. The company is privately held and backed by Mobius Venture Capital, Boulder Ventures and Vista Ventures. For more information about Rally, visit the company's Web site at www.rallydev.com.
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