Jul 05, 2004
Todd Musgrove Joins the GForge Group
URBANDALE, IA . July 29, 2004
GForge Group, an emerging leader in collaborative development, announced the appointment of Todd Musgrove as Vice President of Professional Services to market and continue to build GForge Group's professional services organization. Musgrove joins GForge Group, LLC from VA Software where he served as Director of Professional Services for VA Software.
In this new position, Musgrove will report to Tim Perdue, founder and President of GForge Group. He will be responsible for developing and providing total services solutions for GForge users.
“GForge Group is committed to growing and developing our company into the highest quality Open Source services and support organizations in the world,” said Tim Perdue. “With more than 10 years experience as a senior manager in technology for financial, manufacturing, technology consulting, and software institutions, Todd’s experience, commitment, and proven track-record will make a significant addition to our team.”
“The GForge Group has a solid business model,” said Todd Musgrove, Vice President of Professional Services. “I’m very excited about the opportunity to contribute to the development of a company based on an Open Source software application. Companies can improve development and eliminate their software license costs by using our application. The benefits are very similar to the way Linux is helping enterprise customers improve operations and reduce total cost of ownership.”
GForge has experienced unprecedented growth in 2004 as the open source community continues to embrace and utilize GForge as their primary collaborative development tool. Several thousand organizations now rely on GForge to manage, track and control their development organization. This further cements GForge's commitment to continued growth and enhanced capability for the GForge Project.
The GForge Group (http://gforgegroup.com/) is the sponsor of the GForge Project and the leading provider of services to the GForge community.