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It’s official! Discover the new with Micro Focus

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After months of anticipation, preparation and planning, the merger between HPE Software and Micro Focus is now complete.

“Today marks a significant milestone for Micro Focus, and I am honored to be leading this team,” said Chris Hsu, Chief Executive Officer of Micro Focus. “We are bringing together a powerful combination of technology and talent uniquely positioned to drive customer-centered innovation at enterprise scale – enabling organizations to maximize the ROI of existing software investments while embracing the new hybrid model for enterprise IT.”

Micro Focus is uniquely positioned to help customers address the needs and opportunities of the new hybrid model for enterprise IT, from mainframe to mobile to cloud. With our broad portfolio of offerings, we help our customers get the highest ROI on the investments they have already made while embracing new innovations — essentially bridging the old and the new. Learn more about the combined portfolio through our Discover the New webinar series.

Hear more about the merger and future of Micro Focus in a message from CEO Chris Hsu. Make sure you also read Chris Hsu’s blog discussing the merger.

Learn about the combined portfolio, and attend the Discover the New webinar series.

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