Michelle Carbone is the senior vice president of operations for BMC Software, Inc.
Michelle joined BMC as a financial analyst for R&D, progressed through several roles as a finance director supporting Professional Services, Marketing, and Sales, and was then promoted to vice president of sales operations for BMC’s largest business unit. As head of this group, she transformed it into Strategic Revenue Operations, a modern function covering global sales operations, sales enablement, automation and analytics, and the revenue office, which encompasses renewals, best practices and the deal desk. While in these roles, she was a key contributor to the company’s transition from public to private in 2013, and in the ownership transition to KKR in 2018.
Michelle is executive sponsor for BMC’s Women in Technology and Business group, a grassroots initiative which promotes networking, growth, education, and community outreach. She is also an executive sponsor and personal supporter for BMC’s participation in Susan G. Komen.
Michelle has a bachelor’s degree in business administration and accounting from Houston Baptist University.
President, Compuware Integration and Select Technologies Group/Mid-Market
Bill Miller is president of Compuware Integration and Select Technologies Group/Mid-Market for BMC Software, Inc. Previously, Bill led the ZSolutions business, with full P&L responsibility for the company’s suite of industry-leading Automated Mainframe Intelligence (AMI) solutions.
Bill has also served as BMC’s chief operating officer, president of its Mainframe Solutions Management business unit, and general manager of Data Management.
Bill joined BMC from BindView Development, where he was senior vice president and chief operating officer. Earlier in his career, Bill spent 21 years at IBM, where he held a variety of positions including in sales, marketing and general management.
Bill earned a Bachelor of Science in engineering from the United States Military Academy at West Point and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Dallas.
Colin Murphy is vice president of customer value realization and also serves as chief of staff to CEO Ayman Sayed. As head of the Customer Value Realization organization, Colin is responsible for a next-generation function focused on driving solution adoption, customer experience and the overall success of BMC’s largest and most strategic global customers.
Colin is a versatile technology executive with more than 15 years’ experience operating across a broad range of management consulting, strategy, M&A, general management, operations, and post-sales roles. Prior to joining BMC, Colin was senior vice president of global customer success at Integral Ad Science, a Vista Equity Partners portfolio company.
Colin previously held multiple leadership roles at CA Technologies (now Broadcom), including senior vice president of operations and vice president/general manager and P&L owner of a $100 million cybersecurity business. Colin also held strategy and operational roles at Unisys and The Boeing Company. Colin began his career at global management consulting firms Oliver Wyman and Deloitte Consulting.
Colin holds two graduate degrees (Business, Public Policy) from the University of Texas at Austin and a Bachelor of Science degree from the Pennsylvania State University. Colin has previously served as an advisory board member for the Cybersecurity Program at Rutgers University, and is a current alumni board member for the College of Information Sciences & Technology at Penn State.
Eric Olmo is senior vice president for People and Spaces for BMC Software, Inc.
Eric joined BMC in 2004 and currently oversees the company’s global human resources, real estate and facilities, community relations, security, and business continuity functions.
Prior to BMC, Eric served as a senior human resources leader for Gateway. Earlier in his career, Eric held analyst roles with the Federal Reserve Bank.
Eric holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology and political science from Kansas University. He also holds a Master of Business Administration and a Juris Doctorate from Kansas University. He is a member of the Kansas Bar.
Marc Rothman is senior vice president and chief financial officer of BMC Software, Inc.
Marc is a seasoned finance executive with more than 25 years of experience leading large, global companies. Before joining BMC, he was executive vice president and chief financial officer at VeriFone Systems, a leader in global payment services and solutions.
Prior to VeriFone, Marc served as senior vice president and chief financial officer of Motorola Mobility and led Motorola Mobility’s spinoff from Motorola Solutions and its sale to Google in 2012. Marc also served in finance leadership roles at Motorola Solutions, General Instrument, and Audit Advisory Services at Deloitte.
Marc is member of the board directors of Quantum Corporation and is chairman of Quantum’s Audit Committee.
Saar Shwartz is chief marketing officer for BMC Software, Inc.
Saar joined BMC in 1999 through the company’s acquisition of the industry-leading Control-M solution. Early in his career, he worked in R&D for Control-M and, after joining BMC, progressed through roles in product management and marketing. Prior to being named CMO, Saar led strategic marketing for BMC and was a significant contributor to the company’s 2014 rebranding following its privatization.
Prior to his BMC career, he spent six years as an officer in the Israeli Air force working with complex, real-time software systems for combat airplanes.
Saar has a bachelor’s in business administration and marketing from the University of Houston. He also studied aeronautical and space engineering at Technion – Israel Institute of Technology.
Steve Solcher is advisor to the CEO of BMC Software, Inc.
Steve was named named SVP of Finance and CFO in 2005, and served in that role until 2020. Previously, Steve was the company’s treasurer and a vice president of Finance. He joined the company in 1991 as assistant treasurer and became treasurer the following year. During his tenure, BMC grew from nearly $130 million in annual revenue to $2.2 billion in annual revenue in 2013, its last year operating as a public company. In addition to leading many M&A acquisitions as CFO, Steve was instrumental in BMC’s transition from being a publicly traded company to becoming a private held company in 2013, and its sale to KKR in 2018.
Previously, he was employed by Arthur Andersen as a certified public accountant.
Steve is a member of the board of directors of Main Street Capital Corporation, and he also serves on the development board of the Mays Business School at Texas A&M University. He was recognized by the Houston Business Journal as 2012 Best CFO–Large Public Company.