Agile ALM and Mylar

Cote from Redmonk has written an interesting article about ALM tools for Agile programming. He points out that Mylar looks like an interesting platform for integrating tools, people and processes.

The last couple of weeks I’ve been spending a fair bit of time talking to people about Mylar and listening to Wayne rave about it. Originally, I had not thought about Mylar as the way Cote had described it. However, the more I learn about its ability to integrate different tools and task lists, I think Cote might be on to something.

For those people that are using Mylar do you agree with Cote that Mylar is a potential platform for Agile ALM?