BMC Software is an American technology company. BMC produces software and services that assist businesses in moving to digital operations. Its software serves functions including IT service management, data center automation, performance management, virtualization lifecycle management and cloud computing management. The company identifies its strategy as "digital enterprise management", and focuses on platforms including mainframe computers, mobile devices, and cloud computing. BMC previously offered primarily on-premises services, but as of 2016 its business model increasingly incorporates Software-as-a-Service. In 2013, BMC transitioned from a public to a private company. Investors included Bain Capital, Golden Gate Capital, Insight Venture Partners, GIC Private Limiteds GIC Special Investments Pte Ltd and Elliott Management Corporation. The company was founded in Houston, Texas, by former Shell Oil employees Scott Boulette, John J. Moores, and Dan Cloer, whose surname initials were adopted as the company name BMC Software. Moores served as the companys first CEO.
Highest paying job titles at BMC Software include Pricing Manager, Outside Sales Representative, and Account Manager