In this CA Technologies supplier profile you will find a special nine page report from Computer Weekly analysing the challenges facing CA Technologies, along with figures about its financial performance, the services it offers, its place in the market and what the future may hold for the supplier.
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Overview of CA Technologies
Founded in 1976, Computer Associates, now CA Technologies, is one of the world’s largest independent software companies. Headquartered in New York, the company specialises in IT management software for mainframe and distributed IT systems. Its diverse portfolio also includes antivirus and Internet security, project and portfolio management, and green computing software.
CA posted revenues of $4.4bn (£2.7bn)for 2010, and has 150 offices in more than 45 countries. Its software is used by most Forbes global 2000 companies. The company employs 13,200 people, including 5,900 engineers. Over 12 months from the end of 2009 it acquired eight companies to support its cloud strategy. It intends to maintain simultaneous support for mainframe and distributed/cloud computing users.
The company has successfully recreated itself to leave behind former financial and competition scandals which resulted in one of its chief executives serving a prison sentence for his role in accounting fraud. With a renewed focus on both its customers and R&D, CA aims to lead the way in emerging technologies such as cloud, virtualisation and software-as-a-service.
This special nine-page report from Computer Weekly analyses the challenges facing CA Technologies, its financial performance, the services it offers, its place in the IT market and its future strategy.
Packed with graphs and diagrams, the report is essential reading for any organisation already working with, or thinking of working with, CA Technologies.
Key Facts about CA Technologies
Revenues: $4.4bn, 29% operating margin, and cash flow from operations of $1.4bn 2010.
Specialisms: cloud, automation and virtualisation, service management and assurance, project and portfolio management, energy and sustainability management, mainframe, security and compliance.
Employees: 13,800 including 5,900 engineers.
Customers: CA claims its software is used by most of the Forbes global 2000 companies.
Operations: 150 offices in more than 45 countries.
History: CA was founded in 1976 by Charles Wang, he remained with the company until 2002 when Sanjay Kumar took over as CEO. Now headed by Bill McCracken, who became CEO in January 2010, the company is focusing on emerging technologies such as cloud computing and virtualisation, while continuing to support its large installed base of mainframe users.
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Key executives at CA Technologies
CEO William E McCracken
McCracken joined CA Technologies’ board of directors in 2005, and held the roles of both non-executive and executive chairman from 2007 to 2010. He became CEO in January 2010. Before he joined CA, he held numerous executive positions at IBM where he worked for 36 years.
Executive vice-president technology and development group, Ajei S Gopal
Gopal is responsible for the development of CA’s broad portfolio of products and solutions for the mainframe, distributed and cloud computing environments. He oversees a global community of about 4,000 developers and engineers.
Executive vice-president, CFO Nancy E Cooper
Cooper is responsible for all of CA corporate and business unit financial functions worldwide, including the controller role, treasury, tax, investor relations, and risk management. She joined CA in August 2006 and has nearly 30 years of finance experience.
Executive vice-president, risk & chief administrative officer Phillip J Harrington Junior
Harrington is responsible for HR, education, administrative services, risk management, information services and government relations operations globally. He has worked at Deloitte & Touche and Prudential Financial.
Executive vice-president and group executive customer solutions group David Dobson
Dobson manages the company’s mainframe, distributed and cloud computing products. He is also a member of the company’s executive management team.
Executive vice-president worldwide sales and operations George Fischer
Fischer is responsible for revenue, profit and customer satisfaction in the 150 countries in which CA does business.
Key UK executives
Vice-president UK and general manager UK and Ireland, Tim Bisley
In July 2010, Bisley was appointed to oversee CA’s operations across the UK and Ireland. He was previously responsible for the launch of the supplier’s mid-market associate account manager programme, a role he held since April. Bisley formerly held management positions at McAfee, HP Software and Nimsoft.
Key UK customers
| Arsenal Football Club
BASF It Services
Fidelity National Information Services
|Fife Council |
Turkish Aerospace Industries
University Of New South Wales
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