Press for Software, Systems and Services
HubSpot, Inc. announces enhancements to its Prospect Tracking application (http://bit.ly/aY5Cyg), an integrated tool in HubSpot's software allowing marketers and sales teams to map anonymous site visits to actual companies, which lets users identify potential target customers and understand whether their account penetration activities are working before a prospect converts on a landing page. The tool's new improvements include enhanced company information as well as sharable URLs for easy sales communication.
CollabNet®, the leader in Agile application lifecycle management (Agile ALM), announced today that three leading companies have joined CollabNet's collabXchange™, an online marketplace for openCollabNet® members that offers added-value integrations and extensions to CollabNet TeamForge™ and Subversion. The new partners are Black Duck Software, a leading provider of products and services for accelerating software development through the managed use of open source software; Blueprint Software Systems, the market leader in requirements definition solutions; and OpenMake Software, the leader in build and release management solutions and services. openCollabNet members can download CollabNet open source integrations and discover partner solutions at www.collab.net/collabXchange. Free openCollabNet memberships are available at www.collab.net/community.
QUMAS, a leading provider of compliance solutions to highly regulated companies, today announced ongoing growth and profitability. QUMAS signed up 24 new customers for their compliance solutions including Tufts University, Sanquin Blood Supply Foundation, Siena Biotech, and several Fortune 100 companies in the Automotive, Banking, Energy, Insurance, and Technology sectors.
QuickPlay Media, the premier provider of solutions that manage the business of mobile video, today revealed the results of its third annual independent Market Tools survey focused on mobile TV and video consumption in the United States. The online survey of U.S.-based mobile subscribers yields some compelling new insights into the evolving viewing habits and preferences of today’s mobile consumer.