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VersionOne Expands Leadership Team to Drive Growth and Customer Success

ATLANTA, Jan. 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- VersionOne Inc., recognized by agile practitioners as the leader in agile application lifecycle management (ALM) software solutions, announced today that it has expanded its leadership team, adding executives with proven experience in helping customers with agile project success and in business leadership with high-growth software companies.

Lowell Lindstrom has joined as vice president of services; Peter Herbert has joined as vice president of marketing; and Andy Powell has been promoted to vice president of customer experience.  These executives join VersionOne's accomplished leadership team to help accelerate growth and meet increasing customer demand for agile solutions.

"In order to support our customers and best position VersionOne for continued leadership and growth in a rapidly developing market for agile ALM software, the timing was right to expand our leadership team in key areas of our business," said Robert Holler, CEO, VersionOne. "As agile adoption is reaching a tipping point, our team has the deep experience needed to support our customers and the growing agile community, advance product innovation, expand collaboration with technology and services partners, and identify new market opportunities."

Lowell Lindstrom – Vice President, Services

Lowell Lindstrom is among the early pioneers of agile and has been deeply involved in developing and deploying software products for 30 years.  Before joining VersionOne, Lowell led the Oobeya Group, an agile and lean services firm he founded to help organizations succeed at agile adoption.  Prior to founding Oobeya, Lowell was a partner at Object Mentor, an organization that helped launch the agile movement and developed partnerships that laid the groundwork for the Agile Manifesto and formation of the Agile Alliance.  Lowell holds a bachelor's degree in computer science and a master's degree in management from Northwestern University.

Peter Herbert – Vice President, Marketing

Peter Herbert has nearly 20 years of experience in strategic marketing and corporate communications, including demand generation, public relations, corporate and product positioning, content strategy, and channel development for both global and emerging technology companies. Prior to VersionOne, Peter served as vice president of marketing at Brightree, where he led the company's marketing and product marketing efforts, helping the company triple revenue over three years. He has also held senior marketing roles at technology companies such as TerraGo Technologies, DataPath, S1, and Radiant Systems. He holds a bachelor's degree from New York University and an MBA from Emory University.

Andy Powell – Vice President, Customer Experience

During his 13-year career in the software development industry, Andy Powell has assisted in numerous enterprise agile rollouts with companies such as Siemens, Adobe, EMC and Sabre. Since joining VersionOne in 2006, Andy has served in various roles that include product management, leading VersionOne's sales engineering team, and serving as a product evangelist for the company's strategic initiatives. Recently, he has helped lead VersionOne's strategy with respect to agile program and portfolio management. Andy holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Notre Dame.

To learn more about VersionOne's solutions, team, partners, and support for the agile community, visit www.versionone.com.

About VersionOne

VersionOne is a recognized leader and visionary in agile application lifecycle management (agile ALM). Today more than 50,000 teams including over 35 of the Fortune 100 use our agile ALM platform to scale agile faster, easier and smarter. Whether a small team or a global enterprise, VersionOne customers get the best agile software tools in the industry backed by the pioneers of agile project management. Follow us on Google+, Twitter, Facebook and our blogs.

VersionOne is a registered trademark of VersionOne Inc.

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