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  2. About CA


    CA, Inc. is the world’s leading independent information technology (IT) management software company.We help

    organizations manage IT to become lean and more productive, which can help them better compete, innovate and grow.

    We develop and deliver software that makes it easier for organizations to manage IT throughout complex computing

    environments. With our vision for Enterprise IT Management (EITM) and our expertise, organizations can more

    effectively govern, manage and secure the services IT delivers to the business to reduce costs and risks, improve service

    and ensure IT is integrated with the business.

    We address the entire computing environment, which includes all of the people, information, processes, systems,

    networks, applications and databases from a Web service to the mainframe to a virtualized “cloud”, regardless of the

    hardware or software customers are using.We serve the majority of the Forbes Global 2000 companies, who rely on our

    software, in part, to manage mission-critical aspects of their businesses.We have a broad portfolio of software products

    and services that address our customers’ needs for mainframe and distributed environments, spanning IT governance,

    IT management and IT security. Key focus areas include: infrastructure management, project and portfolio management,

    security management, service management, application performance management, and data center automation and