Systems management software provider
The letter read : "This transaction is good news. Most things should stay the same. There will be continuity in the portfolio of solutions BMC provides and in the people within our company, from account managers and customer service representatives to the senior management team that leads BMC."
It continued: "The changes we will make are the ones that customers and partners have asked us to make. As a private company, we will be able to move faster as we innovate and deliver the IT management solutions customers have asked for. We will be working hard to simplify our business and become easier to do business with."
The company's new owners say that they will focus BMC's new developments on handling applications operating in the cloud and on wireless devices.
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