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CA Acquires Oblicore

CA has acquired privately-held IT firm Oblicore, in an effort to improve service levels to meet business expectations in cloud and enterprise environments.  Terns of the deal were undisclosed.
 
Oblicore is a leading provider of Service Level Management (SLM) software whose customers include customers include AT&T, ABN AMRO, British Telecom, Cable & Wireless, France Telecom, ING, Lufthansa Systems, Siemens Medical Solutions, and T-Systems.  
 
Oblicore’s business-centric approach gives enterprises and service providers better understanding and control over the quality and value of their IT service portfolio, ” said Ajei Gopal, executive vice president of CA’s Products and Technology Group.
 
The acquisition follows a long-time partnership between CA and Oblicore, which had produced joint efforts including CA Spectrum Infrastructure Manager, CA Service Desk Manager, CA Wily Introscope, CA eHealth and CA Clarity PPM.
 
“With Oblicore and the recent acquisitions of NetQoS and Cassatt, ” said Gopal, “CA is leaping ahead in our ability to help customers optimize IT for better business results and capitalize on the emerging cloud computing opportunity.”

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