|Type||Division of VMware|
|Headquarters||San Francisco, California|
Pivotal Labs was an agile software development consulting firm headquartered in San Francisco, California. The company developed Pivotal Tracker workflow software. It was a division of Pivotal Software.
The company was founded in 1989 by Rob Mee and Sherry Erskine. In 2008 Pivotal Labs released Pivotal Tracker, which was used as their internal project management and collaboration software. EMC acquired Pivotal Labs, and in March 2013, Pivotal Software was formed after spinning out of EMC and VMware. 
In October 2013, Pivotal acquired Toronto-based Xtreme Labs, a mobile app development company.
Products and Services
The company will use pair programming while doing its software development and also consults to other companies to help them use the method. The company has provided consulting programming for several large technology companies in San Francisco.
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