In selecting companies for the Magic Quadrant, Gartner applied two-pronged vendor evaluation criteria. One looked at the Ability to Execute (the product itself, the ability to succeed with the message, and the customer experience), while the other assessed Completeness of Vision (market understanding and product strategy). Based on these parameters, Gartner placed Inflectra in the Magic Quadrant for its SpiraTeam. SpiraTeam is Inflectra’s award-winning Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) system.
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Inflectra® is a privately held software company dedicated to helping its customers - large corporations, small businesses, professional services firms, government agencies and individual developers – with the means to effectively and affordably manage their software development lifecycles, so as to decrease the time to market and increase return on investment.
Inflectra® is currently headquartered in the growing technology community of Silver Spring, Maryland located just outside Washington, D.C.
SpiraTeam® is an integrated Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) system that manages your project's requirements, releases, test cases, issues and tasks in one unified environment. SpiraTeam® contains all of the features provided by SpiraTest® - our highly acclaimed quality assurance system and SpiraPlan® - our agile-enabled project management solution. With integrated customizable dashboards of key project information, SpiraTeam® allows you to take control of your entire project lifecycle and synchronize the hitherto separate worlds of development and testing.