WASHINGTON, DC — June 25, 2013 —
BSA | The Software Alliance today announced that Dell Inc. has joined BSA to participate in global anti-piracy programs and help drive advocacy initiatives on behalf of the software industry.
“Dell has a billion-dollar software business that is growing rapidly, so it’s a natural fit for us to join BSA,” said John Swainson, President of Dell Software. “BSA is an association that brings together the world’s leading software companies with tight alignment around shared interests and concerns. BSA has robust anti-piracy programs and a focused advocacy agenda to serve effectively as the industry’s leading global advocate. We look forward to collaborating on a range of issues to open markets and grow the digital economy.”
BSA Senior Vice President for External Affairs Matt Reid said, “As a top-20 global software company, Dell is an important addition to BSA’s membership. It has a shared interest in the same issues that other BSA members face, such as protecting intellectual property, opening global markets and fostering the growth of cloud computing. We look forward to combining our energy, resources, and voices to promote continued growth for the whole industry.”
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