Micro Focus Completes Merger with the Attachmate Group.

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Micro Focus Completes Merger with the Attachmate Group.

Post by IT News Bot » Tue Dec 02, 2014 2:56 pm

Micro Focus International (LON: MCRO) today announced the completion of its merger with the Attachmate Group under the terms of the definitive agreement disclosed on 15 September, 2014.

Micro Focus International is a global leader in infrastructure software that understands the technology needs and challenges of the world’s most demanding businesses. The enlarged company has significantly increased scale, with combined revenues of $1.4B, more than 4,500 employees, more than 5,000 partners operating across more than 30 countries and a customer base well in excess of 20,000. For customers, an expanded presence in all significant international markets and a broader product portfolio helps organizations to bridge the old and the new. This means customers can leverage existing IT investments but also innovate to embrace opportunities presented by emerging IT trends, whilst protecting corporate information at all times. Principal brands of the Micro Focus Group are: Attachmate, Borland, Micro Focus, NetIQ, Novell and SUSE.

“Today, Micro Focus and the Attachmate Group completed our agreement to merge the two organisations,” said Kevin Loosemore, Executive Chairman of Micro Focus International. “This is a transformational event that enables Micro Focus International to further meet the needs and demands of our customers and global partner network with greater scale, a broader portfolio and the global reach their businesses require.”

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Re: Micro Focus Completes Merger with the Attachmate Group.

Post by BobThomas » Tue Jan 13, 2015 2:07 pm

Will this affect any customer using their product?

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