After only two years of activity, Enalean- editor of Tuleap Open ALM the first fully open source Application Lifecycle Management- gives an overview of its activities.

With the arrival of new international accountswithin its client portfolio Enalean affirms itself as a major player in the ALM market and confirms its leadership among industrial enterprises.

Among its portfolio, Enalean already had one of the world leaders in the semiconductor industry, STMicroelectronics, where more than 8000 users worldwide use Tuleap and Orange with 6000 users.

In 2012, other international companies chose to work with Enalean: the global supplier of equipment, ERICSSON, for the telecommunications sector, the American corporation DELPHI, the Renault Group and JTEKT, a subsidiary of Toyota, for the automotive sector.

This confidence from large groups demonstrates the unique Enalean ability to provide services for software engineering that offer real performance to companies where the control of software applications is critical.

"The quality of services we deliver and our original approach immediately convinced industrial companies. CIOs and project managers need concrete answers. So, we provide them immediately ALM prototypes configured to their processes. This enabled them to understand the value they would gain from working with Enalean. In addition, with our way of working based on agile methods, we had a clear demonstration of our responsiveness and adaptability." explains Laurent CHARLES, Enalean President.

The year 2013 looks promising with the first half already loaded. At the end of March, Enalean will take part in EclipseCon in Boston (USA), the essential rendez-vous with the Eclipse community and the world of software development. In April Enalean will deliver a new major version, Tuleap 6.0, completely open source as usual, with new tools for agile project management and integration with Gerrit code-reviewing among others. This will be followed by Linux Solution in May at Paris and the Libre Software Meeting in July in Belgium.