Electric Cloud Recognized as Strong Performer for its DevOps Solutions
FREMONT, CA: Speed is a major factor in judging an organization’s ability to deliver effective services. If it takes more time, the new services will end with a lackluster performance. Right timing is key to drive greater value and companies such as Electric Cloud with its smart DevOps solutions has been helping businesses to stay competent. The DevOps company has now been recognized as ‘Strong Performer’ in the Forrester Wave: Application Release Automation report for the second quarter in 2015.
Forrester evaluated companies based on their current offering, strategy, and market presence. The strategy criterion covered the ability of a company to innovate, controllability of the product, reusability through third-party plugins, as well as optimum pricing strategies.
Electric Cloud’s ElectricFlow Deploy has been cheered for its strong and sound abstraction in integration with the modern service delivery life cycle and in moving releases. The company has also been marked for its strong support for strategy.
"Electric Cloud is proud to be named a strong performer in the Forrester Wave," said Steve Brodie, CEO of Electric Cloud. "We strive every day to help our customers deploy high-quality, innovative software to improve customer experiences and create value for the company. Helping the world 'deliver better software faster' is more than just a slogan to us – it's what we work toward each and every day."
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