Code Collaboration Tool Helping Distributed Teams Create Better Products Faster Sees Rapid Growth among Enterprise Customers
ALAMEDA, Calif. (May 13, 2014) – Perforce Software today announced that its social code collaboration and peer review platform, Perforce Swarm™, is rapidly displacing legacy solutions in the enterprise as Continuous Delivery drives the need for faster code review and better collaboration.
Updated recently with full support for Git, Swarm is used by thousands of developers at global companies including Salesforce.com, Samsung Research America, Playground Games, Toshiba Medical Research Institute, Leica Biosystems Aperio, WMS Gaming and u-blox, among others. Swarm helps teams work together more efficiently, improving their Agile practices, sharing ideas in real time and receiving early feedback from peers.
"Swarm is a code collaboration tool our developers find easy to use," said Matt Lussier, game development software engineer at WMS Gaming. "It makes us faster as a team, improves the quality of our code, and it's tightly integrated out-of-box with our versioning repository."
According to Forrester Research, “rapid delivery cycles require real-time collaboration. In the dynamic, distributed world of modern application delivery, effective communication is essential to increasing speed and reducing waste.”
“We first looked to Perforce because we needed a solid version control system, but now we’re hooked on how easily our developers can collaborate with team members across the globe to review each other’s code,” said Andreas Thiel, executive vice president, Wireless Product Development and co-founder of u-blox AG. “As most innovative companies, we have the vision of Continuous Delivery where collaboration is key to success.”
A recent survey on Continuous Delivery adoption found that 96 percent of IT professionals believe that their collaboration platform plays a very important role in Continuous Delivery. To release better products faster, development teams need to share creative ideas immediately, collaborate on the fly, and get early feedback from continuous integration and deployment. Swarm is centered on a more frictionless and natural social experience, allowing teams to work together with full visibility on pre- and post-commit changes to code and artwork.
 Navigate The Modern Application Delivery Landscape, Forrester Research, Inc, February 12, 2014Back to top