|Division of Pivotal Software|
|Headquarters||San Francisco, California|
|Drew McManus, VP|
Pivotal Labs is an agile software development consulting firm headquartered in San Francisco, California. The company develops Pivotal Tracker workflow software. It is a division of Pivotal Software, and has offices around the world.
The company was founded in 1989 by Rob Mee and Sherry Erskine. In 2008 Pivotal Labs released Pivotal Tracker, which is used as their internal project management and collaboration software. That year, Pivotal Tracker won the Jolt Product Excellence Award in the Project Management category. In March 2012, Pivotal Labs was acquired by EMC.
In October 2013, Pivotal Labs acquired Toronto-based Xtreme Labs, a mobile app development company.
Pivotal has offices in Atlanta, Berlin, Boston, Boulder, Chicago, Denver, Dublin, London, Los Angeles, New York, Palo Alto, San Francisco, Seattle, Singapore, Sydney, Tokyo, Toronto, and Washington, DC.
Pivotal Labs promotes Lean and XP software development, which includes pair programming, test-driven development and behavior driven development. Traditionally Ruby on Rails focused, Pivotal Labs now covers a wide range of technologies, languages and frameworks.
Pivotal Tracker Project Screenshot
Pivotal Tracker is Pivotal Labs' software as a service product for agile project management and collaboration. In July 2011,[needs update] Pivotal Tracker had over 250,000 registered users.
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