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Tarun Sharma was invited to head a panel discussion on Budgets at the Le Meridien on 2nd March, 2015. The panel discussion was conducted by the Confederation of Indian Industry in association with Ernst&Young.



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Inauguration of Pune facility by Bob Beauchamp


Bob Beauchamp lights the lamp at the Customer Experience Center



The grand inauguration of the Pune facility and the unveiling of the Customer Experience Center on the 5th of February, 2015, was followed by a press conference.


Bob Beauchamp leading the Press Conference


Held at the new Board Room on the 10th floor, where the CEC is set up, the press conference was led by Bob Beauchamp and Tarun Sharma amongst 10 senior journalists from top national newspapers.

 

The Press Conference started with a welcome note by Tarun Sharma, VP R&D, Head of BMC Software, India and Ukraine. Tarun recounted the BMC India journey and invited Bob Beauchamp, Chairman and CEO, BMC Software, Inc., to take the lead.

 

Bob emphasized the importance of the Customer Experience Center in India, adding, “More than 95% of the Fortune 500 companies have significant technology investments in India, and have significant number of executives visiting India every year. BMC wanted to set up a customer experience center here to provide them an immersive experience. BMC’s award-winning briefing center in Houston has been voted as one of the top briefing centers. BMC wanted to take that experience and bring it to India.”

 

Innovation, as highlighted by Tarun, is the strongest tenet of BMC India and would continue to provide the organization its competitive edge. Bob foresaw that the coming 5 years would see more change, innovation and disruption. According to him, the business model is being over-written by technology. By reducing costs while encouraging innovation, BMC is already at the epicentre of managing this technological disruption through its pioneering products. Thoughts that he also shared in the recently concluded World Economic Forum.

 

Also present at the press conference was Takeshi Mitsuishi, Chief Marketing & Sales Officer from Niscom, BMC's highly valued customer from Japan. Mitsuishi-san was delighted to be here, and was excited about sending his colleagues to India to experience first-hand, our cutting-edge technology.


Considering the current digitalization of the industry, BMC has truly brought IT to life. With ground-breaking products that support hundreds of Fortune-listed companies, BMC Software continues to be one of the top 10 software companies of the world. The new office enhances this image by encompassing collaborative elements that make innovation and work a delight for employees.

 

To a question from the press folks on the Office of the Future, Bob Beauchamp described the new Pune facility as ‘instantaneous’ and ‘collaborative’. Referring to the pods of collaboration and the seamless IT connectivity that encourages hot-desking, Bob echoed that this is what the Office of the Future looks like.

 

In conclusion, Tarun echoed BMC’s vision of Bringing IT to Life, stating that the CEC would be instrumental in taking our fourth phase of customer centricity several notches higher.

 

Read related press article here.

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BMC Software India Pvt. Ltd. organized a press conference on the 2nd of December at their Business Bay facility to share news about the new rebranding exercise.

 

The press conference introduced to the world, the new BMC, and its new identity, branding, logo, strategy, and vision. The recent rebranding exercise aims at creating a more contemporary and human feel within the organization.

 

Tarun Sharma, CEO of BMC Software India Pvt. Ltd., shared with 27 reporters, the new vision of BMC and how it brings to life the concepts of ‘Living IT’ throughout the Company. BMC Software believes in injecting high energy, enthusiasm and excitement each day in all its employees, and has been striving towards ensuring good employee satisfaction as a part of its mission.

 

As a new member of the organization, hearing Tarun Sharma and Suhas Kelkar speak about the vision of BMC India, its journey from inception till date, and its various philanthropic activities made me feel absolutely proud to be a part of BMC. An insider’s point of view makes one realize that BMC Software is right on the heels of companies like Qualcomm, Salesforce and Google that are already on the Fortune 100 list of ‘Best Companies to Work for’.  


It’s interesting to note that the organization has set up a new paradigm in the industry, with its novel theory of ‘Bringing IT to Life’. An amalgamation of ‘human’ with ‘technology’ within the premises gives the Company a very lively feel, and the rebranding, a whole new meaning.

 

Extreme collaboration amongst employees, encouragement to innovate, work together and enjoy their time at work, defines BMC Software as a Company that runs on the three pillars of Great Technology, Great Place to Work and Being Socially Responsible. Also of keen interest to the news folks were the leaders’ talks on how BMC is actively engaging in various CSR activities, especially for girls from the Jagruti School of Blind.

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One feels proud to be a part of an organization that not only helps build better systems and solutions, but also better lives.

“BMC helps companies make the transformation into being digital enterprises, a necessity for them to succeed in business today. Our new logo, the Helix symbolizes our vision of being the DNA of digital transformation. The new identity and vision gives us the opportunity to explore, and exceed expectations of our internal as well as external stakeholders,” shared Suhas Kelkar, Vice President and Chief Technology Officer for APAC.

 

On the heels of the press coverage came the print advertisement of BMC in Pune Times, reiterating that BMC helps organizations ‘live IT’ and transform into digital enterprises.

 

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