BMC Software Brings Digital Enterprise Management to Life

| April 6, 2016

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At BMC, we use our own Digital Enterprise Management set of solutions to ensure that our internal IT is optimized for our over 6,000 employees worldwide. Digital Service Management solutions deliver mobile, personalized resources for our employees while Digital Enterprise Automation solutions enable us to leverage our IT resources to scale to meet the demands of our employees, partners, and customers. Digital Service Assurance solutions help us monitor our extensive IT infrastructure and Digital Infrastructure Optimization solutions are used to manage costs.

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