LAFAYETTE, CALIF. – June 8, 2012 – TechExcel, a leading provider of Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) solutions, has once again been named to the 2012 SD Times 100 for its leadership and innovation in the ALM market. This is the fourth consecutive year TechExcel has won the award recognizing key companies driving the art of software development.
“The software development industry has always been competitive, and this year’s difficult horse-race showed that there’s more than one way to thrive in challenging economic climate” said Alan Zeichick, Co-Founder and Editorial Director of BZ Media’s SD Times. “When calling the winners of the 2012 SD Times 100, the editors carefully considered each organization’s products and services, industry thought leadership, and reputation with enterprise development managers. Thanks to companies like TechExcel, software developers always know the winning ticket.”
“We are proud to once again be recognized for our contributions to the software development industry,” said TechExcel President and CEO Dr. Tieren Zhou. “This year’s award reflects our continued commitment to offering a complete suite of integrated tools that can be customized to adapt to any development methodology and provides a full, holistic view of ALM that increases the value output of an enterprise.”
Judged by the editors of SD Times, the SD Times 100 recognizes the top innovators and leaders in multiple software development industry areas. Winning criteria included considering each company’s technology offering, how they advanced the software development industry, and reputation and buzz generated within the industry.
The 2012 SD Times 100 was published in the June 2012 issue of BZ Media’s SD Times and is available online at https://sdt.bz/36641.
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