CA Technologies Fast Facts
WHO WE ARE CA Technologies is an IT management software and solutions company with a deep expertise across all IT environments— from mainframe and distributed, to virtual and cloud. Solutions from CA Technologies enable customers to manage and secure IT environments and deliver more flexible IT services to the business faster.
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Headquarters: Islandia, New York
Recent acquisitions include Torokina Networks in January and Base Technologies in April.
CA ecoSoftware won the ‘Minister of Energy Award’ at 2011 Green IT Awards run by Green IT Magazine.
In May we formed a global strategic alliance with VCE, the Virtual Computing Environment Company‐ a joint venture between EMC, Cisco, VMware and Intel, as part of our continued investment in private cloud infrastructure services.
We will be featured in the June/July issue of Working Woman’s magazine as one of the companies named as 2011 Best Companies for Multicultural Women.
$4.429 billion in revenue for fiscal year 2011
Invests approximately $500 million every year in designing and supporting software
For FY10, held 11% market share of the $33B IT management software market we compete in, which is estimated (based on CA Corporate Strategy estimates) to be a $45 billion market by 2014
Industry Analyst Information
SaaS market for System Infrastructure Software (Applications and Application Development software not included), the market into which most of CA Technologies SaaS offering fall, is expected to grow at a 27% CAGR, from $3.38B in 2009 to $11.34B in 2014.
CA Technologies is ranked 3rd in the Security Management market according to IDC. IDC predicts this market to grow by a CAGR of over 20%. (IDC Market Data Report, 1/24/2011)
In 2010, CA had a 13% ITOM market share position. It managed above‐average growth of 11.3% in 2010. It was the only member of the Big Four to gain market share in 2010. (Gartner, Market Share Analysis: IT Operations Software 2010, 8/2011).
Holds more than 500 patents worldwide, with more than 700 patents pending
Ranked among top 50 in Newsweek’s list of greenest companies in October 2010
CA Technologies is ranked #11 in the computer software industry for Fortune Magazine’s Most Admired Companies for 2011
CA Technologies on CRN’s list of Top 20 Coolest Cloud Infrastructure Vendors (CRN, Jan 2010) and named to CRN’s Top 20 Cloud Infrastructure and Cloud Platform Vendors of 2011
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Included in top 8 Data Loss Prevention vendors in The Forrester Wave: Data Leak Prevention Suites, Q4 2010
CA Technologies was named a leader in carbon and energy management software by Verdantix, an independent analyst firm focused on sustainable business strategies and market opportunities (November 2010)
#1 Management Software Vendor (source: Forrester Research, Inc., “Who’s Who in IT Management Software 2.0” by Jean‐Pierre Garbani and Thomas Mendel, August 12, 2010)
“There will be more virtual machines deployed on servers during 2011 than in 2001 through 2009 combined.” (Gartner; “Q&A: Six Misconceptions About Server Virtualization”, Thomas J. Bittman; 29 July 2010)
“By 2015, 40% of the security controls used within enterprise data centers will be virtualized, up from 5% in 2010.” 1 (Gartner; “From Secure Virtualization to Secure Private Clouds”; Neil MacDonald & Thomas J. Bittman; 13 October 2010)
“The virtualization and automation market is currently forecasted to reach $5.1B by 2015, representing a 7.4% CAGR.” ( IDC CCM 2011‐2015 Forecast, 3/4/2011)
Gartner ranked CA Technologies as the worldwide market share leader in mainframe software change management for CY 2010 (Gartner, Inc., Market Share: All Software Markets, Worldwide, 2010, March 30, 2011).
Gartner ranked CA Technologies as the worldwide market share leader in overall Application Management and distributed Application Management for CY 2010 (Gartner, Inc., Market Share: All Software Markets, Worldwide, 2010, March 30, 2011).
Gartner ranked CA Technologies as the worldwide market share leader in overall Job Scheduling/Run Book Automation and mainframe Job Scheduling/Run Book Automation for CY 2010 (Gartner, Inc., Market Share: All Software Markets, 2010, March 30, 2011).
Gartner ranked CA Technologies as worldwide market share leader in Other ITOM (IT Operations Management) for CY 2010 (Gartner, Inc., Market Share: All Software Markets, 2010, March 30, 2011).
RECENT HISTORY / 2011 MILESTONES
A Fortune 500 company 14,000 employees in 45 countries, including 5,900 engineers
CA Technologies was the first global enterprise software company to earn the International Organization for Standardization’s (ISO) 9001:2008 Global Certification
MARKET AND INDUSTRY STATS NOTE: External use of the following statements requires approval through the Industry Analyst process. (one.ca.com/marketing/IAR/Pages/Quotations.aspx)
Positioned as leader in Gartner Magic Quadrants for IT Event Correlation & Analysis and User Provisioning (Gartner, 2010) Positioned as leader in IDC MarketScape Analysis for IT Project and Portfolio Management (IDC vendor analysis, 2010).
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CA Technologies Fast Facts
ACQUISITIONS (2008 TO JANUARY 2011)
Base Technologies (virtualization consulting) – April 2011
Torokina Networks (service assurance management) – January 2011
Acquisitions include Torokina Networks and Base Technologies
We launch our strategy to enable customers to run their IT operations like a business.
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Hyperformix acquisition to build cloud services solution offerings
Hyperformix (cloud capacity management) – October 2010
Company undergoes re‐branding initiative including name change to CA Technologies.
We debut Security Command Center, an application that enables users to proactively manage security from one central point.
Jan – Oct 2010
We acquired 6 companies to build out our cloud services solution offerings.
We launch our first set of management and security solutions for Unix.
Bill McCracken formally takes over as CEO.
acquisitions include: NetQoS, Cassatt, and Orchestria
One of the first multi‐platform enterprise portal that features multiple personalized workplaces is launched. Today, the portal software is sold as part of the CleverPath family of products.
Our energy and sustainability software suite, CA ecoSoftware is launched.
Chief Executive John Swainson retires and Bill McCracken takes over as interim CEO.
Unicenter is extended for the web environment and we become the first company to partner with both Netscape and Microsoft at the same time.
An integrated suite of Enterprise IT Management software packages, which use virtualization, is released. Mainframe 2.0, an initiative to change the way the mainframe is managed is also launched. We have one of the strongest IT portfolios in company history covering infrastructure mgmt, IT governance, service mgmt, data center automation and security mgmt for both the mainframe and distributed environments. Acquisitions include ID Focus, Optinuity, and Eurekify.
Cheyenne Software acquired, strengthening our enterprise storage suite, which are sold today under the BrightStor family of products.
We expand into the Far East, Africa and Latin America. We debut a full line of products for Windows NT. Unicenter The Next Generation (TNG) launches, a major update to its flagship suite that integrates network and systems management.
We become one of the first suppliers to deliver systems management, security and storage for open systems with the launch of Unicenter for Unix.
We reach $1bn in revenues.
Unicenter, our flagship systems management software suite is launched.
We start to sell our first relational database management and application system, now part of the Advantage family.
We introduce our first enterprise security management solution, now marketed under eTrust.
We enter the enterprise storage management market with Dynam‐T.
We announce our new enterprise IT management 1976 (EITM) vision, to unify and simplify the management of enterprise‐wide IT. We have the largest product release bonanza in its history, debuting 26 new versions and more than 85 products under our EITM program.
Our first product launched ‐ CA‐Sort, which delivers full‐function sort, merge and copy capabilities for the IBM OS/390 mainframe market. The company makes $5m in revenues the next year.
Arcot (cloud authentication security) – September 2010 4Base Technology (virtualization and cloud consulting) – August 2010
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3tera (cloud deployment) – March 2010
Eurekify (identity and role management) – November 2008
IDFocus (identity management) – October 2008
Nimsoft (cloud performance monitoring) – March 2010 Oblicore (service level mgmt software) – January 2010 NetQoS (network performance mgmt) – November 2009 Cassatt (utility computing management) – June 2009 Orchestria (Identity and Access management) – January 2009 Optinuity (IT process automation management) – October 2008
SOCIAL MEDIA STATS
32 global Twitter accounts with 16,201 followers, up 151.023% from 6,454 followers at the end of March 2010
20 blogs with 271,944 visits and 401,001 page views in FY11 so far. This is a 53% increase in readership from FY10.
16,957 followers on LinkedIn
@ 60,000 Facebook followers
Currently the top five read CA Technologies blogs are: • Security Advisor Research community.ca.com/blogs/securityadvisor
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Service Assurance Daily www.serviceassurancedaily.com Security Management community.ca.com/blogs/iam Service Management community.ca.com/blogs/itil Cloud Storm Chasers community.ca.com/blogs/cloud
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We establish a mainframe business unit, and officially open our state‐of‐the‐art India Technology Center in Hyderabad, India. Bill McCracken succeeds Lewis Ranieri as chairman of the Board. We continue to pursue our enterprise IT management strategy and acquire XOsoft (application protection and recovery), Wily, a leader in the application performance management market, and Cybermation, whose technology is a key component of our workload automation offering. The company officially changes name to CA Inc.
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CA Technologies is an IT management software and solutions company with a deep expertise across all IT environments—from mainframe and distr...