ThoughtWorks is a global IT consultancy trusted by many of the world's leading businesses with their most complex and critical systems.
We deliver consulting grounded in delivery expertise, build custom applications and help all manner of organisations create sustainable competitive advantage.
Today we employ over 1800 people across the globe. With a reputation as leaders and experts in the industry, we've become a destination employer for like-minded people with a passion to improve how businesses design, build and evolve software. We are very selective, hiring only 1 of every 100 aspirants (1 of 200 in some areas). This means we have equally capable people wherever we are located.
Whether we're building a new custom system for a client, fixing a project that's tied up in knots, or helping to make a software development organisation more productive, ThoughtWorks delivers.
Our customers start seeing benefits in weeks, not months or years, a radical change for some clients and partners caught up in the inertia of working as they've always worked.
Founded in 1993, today we have offices in the United States, UK, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Germany, India, Singapore, South Africa and China and we work with clients from each location.
IBM provides a complete solution to help software delivery and development teams adopt Agile practices and scale their Agile success across their organisation. Based on IBM's own Agile transformation, we provide a practical roadmap that enables teams to tailor Agile practices to their unique environment so they can reap measurable benefits of greater business Agility. IBM offers practical training, out-of-the-box process templates and lightweight integrated tooling that makes it easy for Agile teams of all sizes to collaborate and stay on the same page.
Join IBM at the Agile Australia Conference and learn how to:
» Effectively manage distributed teams spanning multiple geographies and disciplines
» Improve transparency across the software delivery lifecycle
» Consistently deliver working software on time and within budget
Find out more about IBM Rational's Agile ALM capabilities and join the conversation today.
Rally is the recognised leader in Agile application lifecycle management (ALM). We are dedicated to helping organisations embrace Agile and Lean development practices that increase the pace of innovation and improve product quality. 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 organisational change required to become innovative, Agile businesses. Together, Rally's Agile ALM platform and its leading Kanban-based project collaboration tool, AgileZen, support more than 115,000 users in 98 countries.
DiUS is an Australian-owned technology company that partners with its clients to build transactional web applications that create business value. Our services range from inception to delivery, allowing us to work with our clients to shape and define their business needs, and follow through to deliver quality enterprise grade software.
Critical to our approach is our belief in validation and learning to build the right product, the right way. We use Lean and Agile methodologies to test assumptions, learn what customers really want, shorten product development cycles, measure actual progress and decrease TCO. We apply these principles not only to client projects, but also in the development of our own products.
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