WALTHAM, Mass. Jan. 19, 2011
Sales of the company’s Black Duck Suite rose significantly in 2010, reflecting larger-scale enterprise deployments, as did services delivered across all categories — M&A, deployment and internal code scanning assessments. Several key trends, including the global economic recovery; widespread use of Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) in mainstream software development in the electronics, embedded systems, mobile, and enterprise IT segments; the growth in cloud computing and re-architecting of software programs for cloud deployment, ”and the rise of enterprise involvement in FOSS communities — all helped fuel Black Duck’s growth.
Black Duck saw expansion in its international distribution channels in 2010, marked by a 71 percent growth in partner sales over 2009, a company record for partner involvement. New international resellers and partners include Hitachi Systems & Services, Ltd., Fujitsu Middleware Ltd. and credativ.
Fourth quarter 2010 milestones included:
- Black Duck acquired SpikeSource
- Black Duck acquired Ohloh.net
- Black Duck partnered with credativ.
- Black Duck enhanced Code Sight™.
- Black Duck enhanced its code-scanning capabilities with the addition of IBM® Rational® AppScan Source Edition (SE)
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