Pulse Private Label is an application lifecycle management (ALM) technology that helps developers collaborate and deliver software to customers and end-users. Pulse PL is used by known IT vendors, CRM powerhouses, and travel giants worldwide. It is tested and proved on the scale of millions of successful deployments. In this presentation learn what is unique about Pulse in the ALM space, the challenges developers face when managing and delivering software, the methods used today to overcome these challenges, and where Pulse fits into the equation using existing enterprise technology (read, you don't need loads of new expensive software).  Enjoy!

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Posted on Jun 29th 2011