June 26, 2012
Global analyst firm IDC: "Increased business revenue from the IT innovation enabled by cloud could reach $1.1 trillion a year by 2015 across the globe."
HOUSTON and PARIS, June 25 — To capitalize on the European demand for cloud, long-time allies BMC Software (NASDAQ: BMC) and Capgemini have significantly expanded their relationship to help European customers accelerate cloud adoption while also satisfying EU regulations concerning security, privacy and energy consumption.
"BMC Remedy OnDemand speeds up our ability to roll out new IT services and resolve incidents while reducing the overall cost of service management deployments," said Steve Wanklin, Capgemini's senior vice president and head of global operations of Infrastructure Services. "As a market leader in the Software-as-a-Service, we are proud that BMC has trusted us to be their infrastructure provider of choice for the European market. We feel that the combination of BMC technology and Capgemini services will enhance our leading position in service management and integration here in Europe."
Paul Avenant, BMC's president for Enterprise Service Management, said: "As one of our first Remedy customers, Capgemini has credentials in this area that are second to none. This elevated go-to-market partnership makes BMC the largest provider of cloud-based IT service management solutions in Europe, with Capgemini becoming the largest global partner for BMC Remedy OnDemand. We believe that this expanded partnership between two proven market leaders will enable our customers to dramatically reduce their IT operations costs, while fully meeting the regulatory requirements around security, privacy and energy consumption."
For more information about BMC and its Remedy OnDemand solution, visit:
 Source: IDC White Paper sponsored by Microsoft, "Cloud Computing's Role in Job Creation, " Doc #233532, March 2012.
Source: BMC Software, Inc.
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