Software AG has reorganised its international divisions to facilitate its expansion in its 59 established markets, and to strengthen the development of new ones.
The company has created three international regions: North America/Northern Europe, Southern Europe/Latin America, and Central/Asia. Mark Edwards, member of Software AG’s management board, will lead the North America/Northern Europe region.
According to Software AG (SA) sales director, Devon Dalbock, the new international structure exploits the traditional close connections of the English-speaking countries with the strength and innovation of the US market, for effective market development.
"This new organisational structure supports the recent restructuring of research and development, product management and marketing for Software AG’s strategic areas, addressing the modernisation of Enterprise Transaction Systems (product families Adabas and Natural) and XML-based Integration (product families Tamino XML Server and EntireX)," he added.
"The company's financial performance for the second quarter ending 30 June is proof that this strategy is already paying dividends.
"The fact that Software AG's licence revenue, full quarterly revenue and earnings came in above market expectations are a strong indication that our strategy of focusing on our core strengths of Enterprise Transaction System modernisation and XML Business Integration' is working," Dalbock said.
Written by Computing SA staff