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OpenMake Software Now Offering Build Mentoring Consulting Services

OpenMake Software expands consulting services to assist organizations in defining the build management process supporting both o

CHICAGO, Jan. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- OpenMake Software, a leading provider of build to release management solutions, today announced a new consulting program, Build Mentoring, designed to assist organization in defining the build process beginning with development builds and ending with production releases.

Build Mentoring is designed to assist IT organizations in identifying and solving build to release issues as well as defining a build process that addresses the challenges of both the development teams and production control. With an approach that is tool agnostic, Build Mentoring services addresses both open source and commercial ALM solutions.

Solving build problems and addressing the build to release process has become more of a focus for IT organizations over the last few years. OpenMake Software Consultants have extensive experience in this area. As explained by Ray Kratville, VP of Consulting, OpenMake Software, "Our Consultants have solved these challenges for Global 2000 companies since 1995. The Build Mentoring program will leverage our Consultant's deep understanding of development, change management, and production control to help IT organizations create a process that is customized to fit their unique requirements."

OpenMake Software has provided consulting services focusing on build management, software configuration management and release management for 13 years. Consultants are specialist in a large variety of application lifecycle products including Openmake Meister, OpenMake Mojo, Maven, Ant, Make, CruiseControl, Microsoft Visual Studio, Eclipse, IBM Rational Application Developer, IBM ClearCase, IBM ClearQuest, IBM Tivoli, Serena PVCS, Serena Dimensions, Serena Mover, Borland StarTeam, CodeGear, CA SCM Distributed, CA Unicenter, MKS Integrity, AccuRev, Perforce, Subversion, C-Unix, and z/OS legacy languages such as COBOL, Assembler, DB2 and CICS.

About OpenMake Software

OpenMake Software has been the innovator of Build and Release Management solutions for global 2000 organizations since 1995. By managing more build engines, such as MSBuild and Ant, OpenMake Software represents the natural virtualization of the application build process derived directly from popular IDEs such as Microsoft Visual Studio and Eclipse. Putting workflow on top of chaos does not solve the build problems. OpenMake Software provides free workflow management with Mojo, but addresses the entire build management challenge with Meister.

The URL for this news release can be located at http://www.openmakesoftware.com/.

Keywords: build management, java, .Net, continuous integration builds, agile development

For Sales Contact: OpenMake Software, Toll Free 800.359.8049, 312.440-9545 Fax: 312-440-9543, Email: sales@openmakesoftware.com, Web: http://www.openmakesoftware.com/.

Media Contact: Tracy Ragan OpenMake Software 505.424.6440 tracy.ragan@openmakesoftware.com

OpenMake Software

CONTACT: Media, Tracy Ragan of OpenMake Software, +1-505-424-6440,
tracy.ragan@openmakesoftware.com, or sales, OpenMake Software, Toll Free
1-800-359-8049, +1-312-440-9545, Fax, +1-312-440-9543,
sales@openmakesoftware.com

Web site: http://www.openmake.com/

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