OpenMake Software is added to Microsoft’s Inner Circle

Partners for Enhancing .Net Continuous Builds


Chicago, IL–November 18, 2009–OpenMake Software announced today the company has joined Microsoft’s Visual Studio Team System Inner Circle Partner Program.  This new level of partnership allows Microsoft to better leverage OpenMake Software’s expertise in the Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) area including Team Foundation Server rollouts and product integrations for supporting multi-lingual and multi-platform development environments.


Stephen King, CEO of OpenMake Software explains, “OpenMake Software is very excited about both the Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 launch and Microsoft’s new focus around ALM.  As a company who has provided ALM solutions in the area of build to release management for heterogeneous environments over the last 15 years, OpenMake Software is well positioned to be part of Microsoft’s team of experts in the area of multi-platform ALM.”


OpenMake Software’s Build Management solution, Meister for Automated Builds and CI, integrates with Visual Studio Team System for supporting a complete build to deploy process for multiple languages and platforms.  This allows the Visual Studio suite to support multi-lingual environments including languages such as Eclipse Java and Oracle Development Tools.


“Microsoft is pleased to add OpenMake Software to its Inner Circle program,” said Tom Honeybone, Senior Director of Marketing and Business Development at Microsoft Corp. “OpenMake Software’s involvement in the program will help customers leverage their unique ALM expertise and solutions in delivering an ALM process that meets multi-lingual and multi-platform requirements.”


OpenMake Software intends to participate in the Visual Studio 2010 Launch and will be releasing a 2010 version of OpenMake Meister and OpenMake Mojo in April of 2010.