SD Times Recognizes Urbancode as Leader in Application Lifecycle Management Category

June 16, 2009

CLEVELAND, June 16 /PRNewswire/ — Today Urbancode was named as a 2009 SD Times 100 winner in the Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) category. “We are pleased that SD Times has recognized Urbancode’s continuing leadership in Build Lifecycle Automation,” said Urbancode President Maciej Zawadzki. “We’ve been proud to help leading organizations dramatically streamline their build, deploy, test, and release process.”

For nearly a decade, Urbancode has been helping companies in the financial services, e-commerce, and high-tech industries achieve complete end-to-end automation from build to release. With its Build Life feature, AnthillPro offers a new approach to ALM that integrates builds, deployments, tests, and releases into one single, standardized process. With AnthillPro, global organizations are able to balance the needs of agility and compliance, as well as implement enterprise-wide policies and processes that extend across organizational silos, mitigate risk, and maximize the benefits of automation.

About Urbancode and AnthillPro

Urbancode is the technical leader in build and release management solutions since 2001. AnthillPro offers the only complete enterprise continuous integration platform with Build and Dependency Management, Deployment Automation, Test Orchestration, and Release Management. Customers in the financial, banking, insurance, software and high-tech industries achieve end-to-end automation using .NET, Java, and/or native technologies. Urbancode’s unique products integrate with SCM, issue tracking, change management, test automation and IDE tools. Founded in 1996, Urbancode is headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio.

About SD Times

BZ Media LLC (www.bzmedia.com) is a New York-based media company combining print and Internet publishing with technical conferences and expositions. BZ Media’s SD Times (www.sdtimes.com) reaches more than 55,000 subscribers in 131 countries.

SOURCE Urbancode, Inc.

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