Software AG Launches New Government Focused Subsidiary; Tod Weber, Jay Johnson Comment

WeberSoftware AG USA Inc. has established Software AG Government Solutions, a wholly owned subsidiary exclusively focused on providing unique and targeted solutions to U.S. federal government customers, according to a company statement.

“The launch of Software AG Government Solutions is a critical component of the strategic initiative to increase our investment in North America that was introduced by Software AG CEO Karl-Heinz Streibich in early 2012,” said Jay Johnson, president and CEO.

Software AG Government Solutions works to provide federal customers with rapid and efficient assessment of IT alternatives to meet the unique IT challenges of the sector.

“We are very excited by the caliber of talent we have on our government solutions team and our enhanced focus on implementing the best and most efficient software solutions to reduce cost and risk for government customers,” Johnson added.SoftwareAGGovtLogo

Software AG Government Solutions said it will leverage industry-leading products, including webMethods, Terracotta BigMemory, CentraSite and ARIS, to address some of the most highly complex and difficult IT challenges in the government sector.

“We prove the value of our solutions in the government environment before any major investments are made,” said Tod Weber, CEO of Government Solutions.

“This upfront effort enables the government to make an informed decision on whether to pursue a given solution based on facts and proven results,” he added.

The offerings focus on the integration of disconnected internal and external systems, processing of terabytes of data at microsecond speeds on an open-source platform, the management and governance of service-oriented architecture assets and real-time business process management and analytics

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