Rally Software’s Founder and CTO to Present at TEDxMileHigh 2012
BOULDER, Colo., May 29, 2012 - Rally®, the leader in Agile application lifecycle management (ALM), today announced that founder and CTO Ryan Martens will present at TEDxMileHigh 2012: Risk & Reward in Denver, Colo. The second annual event showcases innovative Coloradoans who each give the ‘talk of their life’ around the power of ideas.
- Who: Ryan Martens, Rally founder and CTO
- What: A talk on how we can all work together to inspire change in business
- When: Saturday, June 2, 2012 from 1-6 p.m. MT
- Where: TEDxMileHigh, Ellie Caulkins Opera House, Denver, Colo.
- Why: This diverse group of thought leaders and innovators will educate, inspire and stimulate change with the ultimate goal to inspire action across our communities.
Ryan founded Rally with the goal of being one of the first for-profit software companies to break the take-make-waste cycle of technology in our society. Ryan is a founding board member and CEO of the Entrepreneurs Foundation of Colorado, which brings together local venture capitalists and start-ups to set aside one percent of their profits to charity. He is a mentor at the Unreasonable Institute and Boulder TechStars and a member of the engineering entrepreneurship efforts at the University of Colorado at Boulder.
Rally is the recognized leader in Agile application lifecycle management (ALM). Rally is dedicated to helping organizations embrace Agile and Lean development and portfolio management practices that dramatically increase the pace of innovation, improve product quality and boost customer satisfaction. According to a study by QSM Associates, software-driven companies that rely on Rally's Agile ALM products and services are 50% faster to market and 25% more productive than industry averages. The company's experienced services group, including training through Agile University, guides companies through the organizational change required to become innovative, Agile businesses. Together, Rally's on-demand Agile ALM platform and its leading Kanban-based project collaboration tool, AgileZen, support more than 136,000 users in 116 countries.