AUSTIN, Texas, April 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Borland Software Corporation (NASDAQ: BORL) (, the global leader in Open Application Lifecycle Management (ALM), today announced HP will include Borland's Open ALM portfolio of products such as Borland(R) StarTeam(R), Borland(R) CaliberRM(TM), and Borland(R) Together(R) in its software delivery infrastructure. This further strengthens the partnership originally formed between Borland and Electronic Data Systems (EDS), which HP acquired August 26, 2008.

In addition to using Borland's ALM products internally, the agreement provides HP the opportunity to resell Borland's portfolio and use the products to deliver application development services to clients around the world.

We're pleased that Borland will continue its strategic role in helping HP deliver world-class software and services, said Erik Prusch, acting president and CEO of Borland. HP is known for its innovation and high quality products, and Borland's technology helps them capture requirements, manage change, and deliver software reliably on a global scale. Borland technology drives efficiency, visibility and control within software projects and delivers returns on investment that are unmatched in the industry.

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