Perforce Launches Helix TeamHub
September 12, 2017

Perforce Software announced its new solution for team productivity and collaboration – Helix TeamHub.

This solution represents a new approach to providing the flexibility that development teams demand today while providing IT and DevOps teams the scale and speed required for continuous integration efficiency.

“Many larger development organizations today are struggling to gain control over key assets and intellectual property as different teams use various tools to suit their needs,” said Janet Dryer, CEO of Perforce. “Helix TeamHub offers unique capabilities so that IT can satisfy developer tool preference while at the same time maintain order and predictability of product development and delivery.”

Helix TeamHub empowers small teams and large enterprise development organizations to collaborate, accelerating delivery on projects that span multiple repos and repository types. As teams expand over time, via growth and/or acquisition, a variety of developer tools are often introduced into the environment. Through a single, elegant web UI, teams can host and manage code from multiple systems, including Git, Subversion and Mercurial. In addition, build artifact repositories from Maven and Ivy can also be managed via the Helix TeamHub interface. And when integrated with the Perforce tools for accelerated continuous integration and delivery, enterprises now have a truly scalable build solution for the full product team – developers and IT; software, hardware and visual content; development and operations (DevOps).

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