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BMC buys ITM Software; HP partnership; SAP Visiprise bid
This week BMC announced it had secured the purchase of ITM Software, a business management provider. BMC is a publically traded data center automation company

itm vendors  secured the purchase of ITM Software, a business management provider. BMC is a publically traded data center automation company that competes directly with CA Inc, HP, and IBM. It’s clients include DELL, Home Depot, and Toyota. Over the past two years, BMC has been busy snapping up different IT companies, such as Proactive Net (June 2007), RealOps (July 2007), and Emprisa Networks (October 2007). It’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Bengal Acquisition Corporation acquired 96.7% interest in BladeLogic . On

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