Rally Software Sponsors First-Ever Agile India Conference
Boulder, Colo., February 13, 2012 - Rally®, the leader in Agile application lifecycle management (ALM), today announced that it is sponsoring the Agile Development Practices Stage at Agile India 2012. Agile India 2012, which takes place in Bangalore from February 17-19, 2012, is the first Agile conference of its kind in India.
With over 700 attendees expected, Agile India 2012 is Asia's largest international conference on Agile and Lean software development methods. The Agile Software Community of India (ASCI) is hosting 12 stages, 120 sessions, and 125 speakers from 18 countries. Craig Langenfeld, a Technical Account Manager at Rally, is presenting "Agile Practices Proven in Highly Regulated Environments" on Sunday, February 19 at 1:15pm on the Enterprise Agile stage. To view the full conference program and to register for Agile India 2012, visit http://agile2012.in.
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“This is an important event because of the contributions of India’s many talented engineers to the Agile development community,” said Rally’s CEO, Tim Miller. “With our more than 125,000 users across 109 countries, we look forward to speaking and interacting on this global stage.”
"India, and Asia in-general, is a hotbed for the Agile movement. With the largest number of software professionals compared to any other country, agility with quality is extremely important in India,” said Naresh Jain, Conference Chair and Founder of ASCI. “We are very enthusiastic about Agile India 2012 and bringing together software development and agile practitioners from different parts of Asia and from around the world."
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 125,000 users in 109 countries.