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BMC’s Dr. Elizabeth Xu Finalist for Three Stevie Awards for Women in Business

Tami Casey
by Tami Casey

No one at BMC was surprised when Dr. Elizabeth Xu, BMC’s CTO and global vice president of engineering for service and support, was named a finalist for three Stevie Awards for Women in Business. A seasoned business and technical leader with more than 15 years’ experience in software-as-a-service, big data and mobile enterprise software, Xu has led engineering and product development teams for not only BMC, but also Acxiom, Rearden Commerce, Vitria and IBM, and she is a recognized Stanford University instructor and leadership mentor.

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Xu joined BMC in the fall of 2014 and has brought her technical expertise and enthusiastic approach to innovation to BMC. She has been a catalyst for improving product quality, usability and in accelerating time to market and product adoption. As a leader and role model, Elizabeth excels at inspiring and mentoring both her fellow employees and others outside the company.

The winners of the Stevie Awards will be announced on November 13, at a ceremony in New York City. While the competition is tough, everyone at BMC will be pulling for Xu to, yet again, be recognized for her leadership in spurring BMC’s innovation and inspiring her colleagues’ professional growth.

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About the author

Tami Casey

Tami Casey

I joined the BMC communications team in early 2014 as a senior PR manager with responsibility for corporate and product initiatives. My career spans in-house PR roles at Intel Corp., Borland and security startup ForeScout as well as several years at a boutique PR firm serving technology start-ups.