|Type||Public (NASDAQ: NOVL)|
|When it was created||Provo, Utah (1983)|
|Headquarters||Waltham, MA, USA|
|Key people||Ron Hovsepian, CEO and President
John Dragoon, Senior Vice President, CMO
Dana Russell, Senior Vice President, CFO
|Things made||Novell eDirectory
Novell Open Enterprise Server
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server
SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop
Novell Identity Manager
Novell Access Manager
PlateSpin Forge, PowerConvert and PowerRecon
|Money earned||US$932.5 million (2007)|
|Operating income||US$55.8 million (2007)
(-6.0% operating margin)
|Net income||US$44.5 million (2007)
(-4.7% profit margin)
Novell Inc. (NASDAQ: NOVL) is a global software corporation based in the United States specializing in enterprise operating systems such as SUSE Linux Enterprise and Novell NetWare; identity, security and systems management solutions; and collaboration solutions. Together with WordPerfect, Novell was instrumental in making the Utah Valley a focus for high-technology software development. Today this area has many small companies whose employees have previously worked at Novell.
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