Intland Software

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Intland Software GmbH.
Type private
Industry Collaborative software
Founded 1999
Headquarters Stuttgart, Germany
Key people Janos Koppany, President and CEO, Zsolt Koppany, CTO
Products JavaForge

Intland Software is an Application Lifecycle Management solution provider based in Stuttgart, Germany, Intland Software's North America headquarters is in Silicon Valley, California.


Intland Software was founded in 1999 by Janos Koppany and Zsolt Koppany to provide a source code analysis tool. From 2000 to 2002, Intland Software developed the concept, which is now the basis for codeBeamer ALM, the Application Lifecycle Management platform. Since 1999 the company has evolved from a source code analysis tool provider to an integrated ALM solution provider used by global Fortune 1000 customers.[1][self-published source?]

Since 2009, Intland Software has operated the free project hosting site JavaForge.[2]

In 2013 Intland Software launched the Demand Management[3] module in codeBeamer and made the first implementation of SAFe (Scaled Agile Framework) in the Agile world.[4]

Agile and Lean Practices[edit]

Intland Software supports agile software development and lean software development.

Scaled Agile Framework[edit]

SAFe (Scaled Agile Framework) created by Dean Leffingwell is built on different iterative and incremental predecessors with the aim of implementing Agile practices at enterprise scale. codeBeamer is the first implementation of SAFe.

codeBeamer ALM solution[edit]

The main product of Intland Software is codeBeamer, which was released in 2002 and now provides a browser-based Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) solution.

codeBeamer works with a number of version control systems (Subversion, Git, Mercurial) and provides RESTful API based integration capabilities. The latest release of codeBeamer ALM solution can be integrated with various office software products and file formats.[5][self-published source?]


codeBeamer ALM solution is designed to comply with a wide range of regulations and standards (ISO/SPICE/CMMI and medical standards) and it is widely used in automotive, defense and medical industries.[6]


  • 2006 Jolt Productivity Award for CodeBeamer 3.5[7]
  • 2007 ITK Innovation Award[citation needed]
  • 2008 Jolt Productivity Award for codeBeamer 5.0[8]

Open source[edit]

Intland Software actively supports open source software development. Since 2009 Intland Software runs JavaForge, the free open source project hosting site. JavaForge hosts over 88,000 users.[9] It is powered by codeBeamer and runs on Amazon's cloud infrastructure. Users can develop in any programming language and leverage the Subversion, Git and Mercurial version control systems. One of many notable open source projects is VirtueMart.


Intland Software is primarily a profit-oriented business. It supports non-profit causes by providing free codeBeamer ALM licenses, for example, to the CENSIPAM system development team with the aim of contributing to their work in the preservation of Amazon rainforest.[10]

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