CollabNet CTO Brian Behlendorf Selected for InfoWorld's Top 25 CTO List.
CollabNet, the leading provider of on-demand distributed software development solutions, today announced its founder and CTO, Brian Behlendorf, has won a coveted spot on InfoWorld's CTO 25 Award list. The InfoWorld CTO 25 Award identifies "the 25 most influential" chief technologists.
For four years running, the InfoWorld CTO 25 Awards have honored CTOs whose vision has helped guide their companies and the IT industry. The publication seeks to highlight the achievements of those who reflect InfoWorld's readership: senior IT managers who scan the horizon for promising new technologies and find singularly effective ways to implement them.
Behlendorf was recognized for his work at CollabNet where he translated his vision for bringing together developers from all over the world, regardless of geographic location, language, or nationality, into a solution that helps them to develop software in an easier and more cost-effective environment.
"Being acknowledged by such a highly regarded publication and to be considered in the same light among these leading CTOs is truly an honor," said Behlendorf. "This award helps validate our approach to helping companies better facilitate and manage the development of applications across a distributed enterprise."
CollabNet Enterprise Edition provides CIOs, information technology and business executives, project managers, and developers with real-time insight into the overall application development life-cycle through its Web-based on demand distributed development environment. Growing in popularity every year, CollabNet Enterprise Edition is now being used by over 400,000 people in hundreds of cities, in dozens of countries in multiple languages.
Additional recipients of the 2005 InfoWorld CTO 25 Awards include Hossein Eslambolchi, CTO and CIO, AT&T; Ravi Arimilli, IBM fellow and chief scientist, IBM; Jim Lester, senior vice president and CTO, Aflac; Dave Martin, CIO, Farm Credit Services of America; Addison McGuffin, CTO, Health Care Service Corp.; Robert Otto, CTO and vice president of IT, U.S. Postal Service; Toby Redshaw, vice president of IT strategy, architecture, and e-business, Motorola; Alberto Savoia, CTO, vice president of engineering, and founder, Agitar; Bruce Schneier, founder and CTO, Counterpane Internet Security; and Barry Shuler, senior vice president of IT strategy, Marriott International. The complete list of the 2005 InfoWorld CTO 25 Award winners can be found here: http://www.infoworld.com/reports/15SRcto2005.html.
CollabNet provides companies with solutions for on-demand distributed software development across the entire application life-cycle of a product by combining a Web-based software application with a suite of consulting services. Using CollabNet solutions, software teams can collaborate on development across multiple locations within the extended enterprise or securely integrate business partners, contractors, or offshore development firms. CollabNet enables companies to reduce costs and increase revenues by eliminating the inefficiencies and limitations of traditional LAN-based development platforms.
Hundreds of thousands of developers at global 2000 and industry-leading enterprise companies around the world are using the CollabNet environment. For more information, see http://www.collab.net/.
CollabNet is a trademark or registered trademark of CollabNet, Inc. in the United States and other countries. All other trademarks or registered trademarks are the property of their respective holders.
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|Date:||May 3, 2005|
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