BUFFALO, N.Y.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Targetprocess, provider of a visual management platform for Agile teams and organizations, has appointed Richard Leavitt, a longtime Agile software industry veteran and past executive at Rally Software, to its board of directors.
Leavitt brings more than 20 years of experience building B2B software companies, including AlchemyAPI, which was acquired by IBM Watson; Rally Software, which had its IPO in 2013 on the NYSE and was later acquired by CA Technologies; and Insightful Corporation, which was acquired by TIBCO. In his prior roles, Leavitt has led product management and marketing, and driven sales organizations, partner networks and go-to-market efforts for a string of venture-backed software startups.
“Richard is an experienced leader in business management and a trusted expert in how companies build and manage software products,” said Andrey Mihailenko, co-founder of Targetprocess. “We look forward to his insights, and will lean on his knowledge in sales, marketing and technology as we continue to scale.”
"Targetprocess has grown profitably since day one by helping the more nimble, mid-sized companies see how well work is flowing across their teams and projects. Customers love them, the company has a great roadmap, and they are becoming a strong, independent voice in the work management market," said Leavitt. "I’m honored to be asked to join Targetprocess and look forward to working and growing with this talented team.”
Founded in 2004, Targetprocess provides an Agile management platform that enables its customers to visualize work across the organization, identify bottlenecks and make informed decisions about what to prioritize in the business. The company raised $5M Series A in May 2018, in part to speed its growth of sales, marketing and customer support in North America.
Targetprocess provides a visual Agile management solution that enables customers to scale Agile from a single team to the enterprise level. Teams can customize Targetprocess to match their ways of working, visualize work from multiple angles to understand the big picture, and present a unified view of progress up to the portfolio levels to drive smarter investment decisions. Founded in 2004, Targetprocess has been selected by more than 1,000 customers and 51,000 licensed users in 80 countries around the world. The company has offices in Buffalo, Toronto, Berlin and Minsk. For more information, visit www.targetprocess.com.