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91:Quote from a competitor, “Developers time is very valuable, why force them to context switch between different tools? GitLab couldn’t have said it better ourselves! But not just for developers, for EVERYONE involved in delivering software changes. That’s why GitLab is one single application which covers user needs all the way from planning to monitoring. Not only does having all this in one application increase collaboration between teams and reduce friction in delivering, but it also means less time integrating separate tools. GitHub, the top code collaboration website, is based on Git and has commendably taught millions of developers how to use Git. GitLab is also based on Git, and has a similar user experience to GitHub, yet adds a lot functionality that is desired by enterprises self-hosting a Git repository ([https://about.gitlab.com/comparison/gitlab-eep-vs-github-enterprise.html#dropdown](https://about.gitlab.com/comparison/gitlab-eep-vs-github-enterprise.html#dropdown)). This is why more than 66% of enterprises self-hosting a Git repository have chosen GitLab ([https://about.gitlab.com/2017/06/29/whats-next-for-gitlab-ci](https://about.gitlab.com/2017/06/29/whats-next-for-gitlab-ci)).
114:GitLab is used by over 66% of the companies self-hosting git repositories. There are over 100,000 organizations that count on GitLab to accelerate their software delivery cycles, including top Fortune 500 financial, retail, telecom, and technology companies. GitLab is also trusted by many public sector and defense industry organizations (for more details see [https://about.gitlab.com/customers](https://about.gitlab.com/customers)). GitLab is well funded, has world-wide sales and support organizations, and is ready to help.
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