InformationWeek: BMC to go private, expects to invest heavily in MyIT

BMC To Go Private

Charles Babcock


Excerpt:  BMC will continue operating as before, with no big changes planned for its 6,500 employees or management, he said. But the acquisition will provide BMC with the capital to pursue larger profits in its most successful product lines. In particular, BMC thinks it has a hit with its MyIT for managing mobile devices. In the last quarter, it signed large MyIT deals with Exxon Mobile and Credit Suisse for “tens of thousands of end users,” as MyIT became generally available. MyIT first launched at the end of October.


“You can expect to see us continue to invest heavily in self-service IT” on the MyIT pattern, Beauchamp said.

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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.