***PUB TALK: THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 2001
"EVOLVING eBUSINESS SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT: FUJITSU SOFTWARE'S QoEtient"
By Mr. Bruce Nash, Director, QoEtient eBusiness Management Group, Fujitsu Software
Open to the public. 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. Pub Talk at 6:00 p.m.
Bruce Nash will introduce Fujitsu's strategy for eBusiness Systems and Network Management. eBusinesses
have relied heavily on ad hoc tools and adaptations of existing management systems to keep their systems
running, but the demands of customer Quality of Experience and partner Quality of Service make more
complete services an urgent necessity. Fujitsu Software's QoEtient provides a single platform for insuring the
security, availability, and high performance of an eBusiness.
ABOUT BRUCE NASH
Bruce Nash joined Fujitsu Software in 1996 as Product Manager for Enterprise Management Products. He
has led the eBusiness Management Group since its formation in November, 1999. Bruce's former roles have
included a brief career as a Rubik's Cube solver, a mathematics student at Bristol University, a contributor to
the JPEG and MPEG proposals (mostly by way of asking questions and making coffee) for the Image
Technologies Group at IBM's Yorktown Research Center, manager of the internship program for IBM (UK)
Ltd. and development manager for the storage management component of OS/2 Warp Server. Bruce moved
from the UK to Palo Alto in 1996.
ABOUT FUJITSU SOFTWARE CORPORATION (FS)
Established in 1991, Fujitsu Software Corporation (FS) (http://www.fs.fujitsu.com) is a wholly owned
subsidiary of Fujitsu Limited (TSE: 6702), a $49 billion leading provider of comprehensive information
technology and network solutions for the global marketplace. FS products include workflow, enterprise
management products, help desk applications, application development tools, groupware and knowledge
Director, QoEtient eBusiness Management Group