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The Definitive Hiring Guide for Enterprise Release Managers

An enterprise release manager (ERM) is a new role in the enterprise and it is a by-product of several factors. First, enterprises continue to report larger portfolios with an increased number of smaller, more independent projects. At the same time more companies are decentralizing deployment and release responsibility to individual development teams. With more projects releasing software to production more...

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