BMC Software has reported respectable financial results for its third quarter, which ended 31 December 1996. At the same time, the systems management supplier also announced that William Austin had been appointed as chief financial officer to replace David Farley, who left the company two years ago. Kevin Prelsmeier, chief accountant, had been acting CFO since then. BMC?s revenues for the third quarter increased 26% to $150.1m, on profits up 34% to $48.1m. Sales for the nine months rose 43% to $402.6m, on profits that grew 65% to $110.5m.
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