BOULDER, Colo., Jan. 10, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Rally® has been named a finalist for GOODMagazine'sGoodCompanyProject, which recognizes companies that are innovative, sustainable, socially responsible, creative, diverse and globalized.
The GOOD Company Project aims to identify the top 40 businesses between 100 and 1,000 employees "that are working better and smarter for a smarter, better world." The project recognizes businesses that are big enough to have weathered some major challenges and growing pains, but are still nimble enough to be responsive to change. Ultimately, the GOOD Company Project intends to answer the question, "What does a GOOD company look like?"
"A GOOD company never really stops to feel 'good,' but sees it as a marker along the path to becoming great," said Rally's CTO and Founder Ryan Martens. "For Rally, that path includes our ongoing social mission to attract and energize customers, partners and employees to be CitizenEngineers. This is the mark of a GOOD company - one that recognizes its movement toward being great, continues to create its desired future, and understands that its work is never done."
Rally employs more than 290 people worldwide and continues to hire in 2012. Currently, Rally has more than 25 open positions in Software Development, Agile Coaching Services, Engineering, Sales, Marketing and Customer Success. Rally emphasizes collaboration and employee involvement at all levels and encourages employees to donate one percent of salaried time to volunteer efforts. To view and apply for open positions, visit Rally'sCareerPage.
Rally is the recognized leader in Agile application lifecycle management (ALM). Rally is dedicated to helping organizations embrace Agile and Lean development and portfolio management practices that dramatically increase the pace of innovation, improve product quality and boost customer satisfaction. According to a study by QSM Associates, software-driven companies that rely on Rally's Agile ALM products and services are 50% faster to market and 25% more productive than industry averages. The company's experienced services group, including training through Agile University, guides companies through the organizational change required to become innovative, Agile businesses. Together, Rally's on-demand Agile ALM platform and its leading Kanban-based project collaboration tool, AgileZen, support more than 125,000 users in 109 countries.
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