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SolutionsIQ Partners With Scrum Training Institute to Offer Comprehensive Agile Training and Consulting Solutions

SolutionsIQ and Scrum Training Institute to provide Agile training and consulting to companies in North America and Asia Pacific

REDMOND, Wash., Aug. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- SolutionsIQ (www.solutionsiq.com), a premier provider of Agile coaching, consulting, training, and distributed Agile software development, today announced its strategic partnership with the Scrum Training Institute (STI) (www.scrumtraininginstitute.com) to offer Agile training and consulting for companies seeking to maximize results from Scrum and Agile development. SolutionsIQ is a partner to STI in the North America and Asia Pacific regions.

"The Scrum Training Institute is widely respected for helping well-known companies throughout the world employ the full benefit of Agile software development practices," said Charlie Rudd, CEO, SolutionsIQ. "By joining STI's global partner network, we strengthen our ability to serve clients throughout North America and the Asia Pacific region. One thing that makes this partnership such a good fit is that we are both committed to maintaining the highest quality services as we scale our capacity to meet ever-growing worldwide demand."

With more than 30 years of experience, SolutionsIQ has a deep understanding of software delivery excellence. The company's broad range of consulting and training services are essential to any Agile project or transformation, and gives customers the tools and collaboration they need to succeed. The new partnership with the Scrum Training Institute enables both organizations to reach out more broadly to clients as they seek to adopt and scale the Scrum method of Agile project management.

"I'm delighted to welcome SolutionsIQ to our global partner network, and we look forward to working with them to deliver the highest-quality Agile training and consulting solutions available," said Pete Deemer, a founder of the Scrum Training Institute. "SolutionsIQ has helped hundreds of companies successfully adopt and scale Agile development practices. Their knowledge and expertise is a valuable asset to the Scrum Training Institute as we extend our global reach to help organizations succeed with their Agile implementations."

Information about the Scrum Training Institute's full range of industry-standard and specialized courses, including: Certified ScrumMaster training, Test-Driven Development, Extreme Programming (XP), Agile estimating and planning, and Agile management skills, is available at: (http://scrumtraininginstitute.com/classes). For a complete schedule of the SolutionsIQ training curriculum - appropriate for any role within delivery teams such as programmers, testers, architects, and ScrumMasters, as well as business leaders, product managers, and executives - please visit: (http://www.solutionsiq.com/Training/Calendar.aspx). More information about SolutionsIQ's world-class consulting services -- which ensure that teams maximize the benefits of Agile and realize its full potential - is available at (www.solutionsiq.com/Consulting/Default.aspx).

About the Scrum Training Institute

The Scrum Training Institute (STI) is the premier global provider of certified Scrum training and consulting. Founded by Jeff Sutherland, the co-creator of Scrum, and leading international Agile experts Gabrielle Benefield, Pete Deemer, and Jens Ostergaard, STI provides a complete solution for companies seeking high-impact results from Scrum and Agile development.

About SolutionsIQ

SolutionsIQ is a leading provider of Agile consulting and training. The company offers a full array of technical consulting, software delivery, and talent acquisition services that together form a complete software development solution. For more than thirty years, SolutionsIQ has combined a hands-on approach with deep technical expertise to serve clients that range from the early stage startup to the Fortune 500.

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