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XebiaLabs Augments North American Partner Program With bitHeads

Software Experts bitHeads Now Offering the XebiaLabs Enterprise Continuous Delivery Platform

BOSTON, MA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/04/13 -- XebiaLabs, the leading provider of Enterprise Continuous Delivery Automation (www.xebialabs.com), today announced a partnership with custom software development firm bitHeads (www.bitheads.com). As a XebiaLabs partner, bitHeads will serve as a new sales channel and an implementation partner for XebiaLabs solutions.

Facing increased pressure to deliver higher-quality software faster, IT organizations are looking for ways to accelerate application delivery. A recent XebiaLabs survey validated this, showing more than 61% of Fortune 1000 organizations are focusing on Continuous Delivery projects in 2013.

bitHeads, based in Ottawa, Ontario, recognized this growing demand early and is now able to offer its customers a way to accelerate time to market, streamline the application delivery process and improve the quality of feature delivery.

With XebiaLabs Deployit and the Enterprise Continuous Delivery platform, organizations can create an enterprise-class delivery solution automating the Dev-to-Prod chain and accelerate time to market. With these capabilities, bitHeads can strengthen its portfolio in Continuous Delivery and DevOps solutions.

"We increasingly see customers struggle with application deployment and feature delivery," said bitHeads Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Sean Sykes. "With the XebiaLabs Enterprise Continuous Delivery platform, we can now help our customers manage application rollouts more efficiently and on time. The platform provides our customers an easy way to accelerate the pace of feature delivery, remove manual and error-prone steps from their delivery process, reduce the workload for Development and Operations through automation and ultimately gain faster business value."

Coert Baart, CEO of XebiaLabs, added, "Partnering with bitHeads represents a strategic decision for both companies. The XebiaLabs Enterprise Continuous Delivery platform will play a key role for bitHeads customers that require sophisticated mobile apps, games and enterprise-class software."

About bitHeads
bitHeads is a custom software development firm with over 17 years of experience in designing and developing large scale infrastructures and applications for bank, telecom, entertainment and enterprise clients. Specializing in integrating and developing cloud and backend infrastructures, bitHeads provides innovative mobile, big data and M2M solutions. For more information, check out www.bitheads.com or follow the company on Twitter @bitHeads.

About XebiaLabs
With customers such as 3M, Air France-KLM, Duke Energy, Pitney Bowes, and Societe Generale, XebiaLabs is a leading provider of Continuous Delivery Automation focused on helping organizations deliver business value faster and more efficiently. XebiaLabs' flagship product, Deployit, is the only fully-automated Application Release Automation solution, allowing customers to carry out and scale application deployments across all middleware and cloud environments. Headquartered in the U.S., XebiaLabs has a world-wide network of sales offices and partners. For more information, please visit www.xebialabs.com.

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