|Micro Focus International plc is a multinational software and information technology business based in Newbury, Berkshire, England. The firm provides software and consultancy services for clients updating legacy systems to more modern platforms. The Company is listed on the London Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the FTSE 250 Index. It was renamed Micro Focus Group in 1983. On June 2008 the company acquired the Israeli NASDAQ listed software company NetManage for US$73.3 million.||Rogue Wave Software is an American software development company. It provides cross-platform software development tools and embedded components for parallel, data-intensive, or other HPC applications. The company was founded in 1989 in Seattle, Washington, then moved to Corvallis, Oregon in 1990 and is now based in Boulder, Colorado. In November 1996, they had an Initial Public Offering NASDAQ: RWAV. In 2003, they were acquired by Quovadx, Inc NASDAQ: QVDX, which was in turn acquired by private equity firm Battery Ventures in July 2007.|
Performance Center: Hexaware, British Sky Broadcasting, JetBlue
Data Express: Cedacri Group
LoadRunner: JetBlue, GOME, Australian Red Cross Blood Service, RMIT University, Virgin Media
StormRunner Load: N Brown Group, aHOC
Mobile Center: John Lewis, NBrIX, HPE Technology Services, Neosecure, FEMSA CSC, Bajaj Allianz, TMNAS, Hexaware
Micro Focus SecurityScope [EOL]: Neosecure, Rabobank, NAMIC Insurance Company, UBM Tech, Maccabi Healthcare Services, Bank of Tianjin
Fortify on Demand: SAP, Aaron's, British Gas, FICO, Cox Automative, Callcredit Information Group, Vital and more.
Micro Focus Software Security Center: Neosecure, Acxiom, Skandinavisk Data Center A/S, Parkeon
Micro Focus SOA Policy Enforcer: Bajaj Allianz, iSource AG
SOA Systinet: Ceska Pojistovna
Akana Software Suite: HealthDirect, The State of California Department of Water Resources, ADT, Aflac, Alberta Health Services, Allianz, American Airlines
XRebel: ICON Health & Fitness, Antea, JOYTECH GmbH
Klocwork: ACCESS Co Ltd, Risk-AI, Winbond Electronics, Bristol-Myers Squibb Pharmaceutical Research Institute, University of Southern California, Alebra Technologies, SIMULIA, Risk Management Solutions, Brigham Young University, SRD, HRL
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