HP Goes After Netegrity Customers With Big Discounts

HP's playing off fears that Computer Associate's $430 million purchase of Netegrity, announced last month, will disrupt that identity software maker's line. "Identity management is an area where customers can't afford disruption or uncertainty," said David Petts, a vice president with HP, in a statement.

The Palo Alto, Calif.-based computer giant will offer qualified customers discounts of between 20 to 80 percent when they move from Netegrity's identity products to HP's. The discounts are available directly from HP or through its channel partners until Jan. 31, 2005, HP said.

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