BMC Software Earns Second Consecutive “Perfect Score” From Human Rights Campaign Foundation

Global software giant scores 100% in Corporate Equality Index

HOUSTON, September 14, 2009 – For the second consecutive year, BMC Software (NYSE: BMC) has earned a perfect score of 100 percent in the Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s yearly Corporate Equality Index (CEI).
BMC’s policies on diversity, training, health care and domestic partnership benefits helped it earn top marks once again in this year’s survey.
BMC has developed and continues to implement a strong, integrated and comprehensive BMC Diversity & Inclusion Strategy and Scorecard to track its progress against a number of key human rights objectives.
BMC’s steady focus on these objectives helps the company sustain a respectful work environment that supports both business and individual growth and success.
“BMC strongly believes that the success of our business relies in the talent of our people,” said Mike Vescuso, BMC’s senior vice president of administration. “By earning the CEI top score once again, BMC continues to emphasize its commitment to inclusiveness in the workplace and support of its diverse and global workforce.”
The CEI rated many businesses across the United States, evaluating success against a wide range of human rights policy and practice criteria. BMC’s continued efforts in ensuring individual employee equality in each of the survey’s main criteria earned it the prestigious 100 percent ranking once again.

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The most demanding IT organizations in the world rely on BMC Software across both distributed and mainframe environments. Recognized as the leader in Business Service Management, BMC’s comprehensive approach and unified platform help IT organizations cut cost, reduce risk and drive business profit. For the four fiscal quarters ended June 30, 2009, BMC revenue was approximately $1.88 billion.