The Bogota center complements the company's initial center in India.The New Zealand subsidiary Unisys Corporation was selected by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) in 2014 to modernize the nation's tenancy bond system into an online service.At the time of the merger, Unisys had approximately 120,000 employees.Michael Blumenthal became CEO and Chairman after the merger and resigned in 1990 after several years of losses.Joseph Mc Grath served as CEO and President from January 2005, until September, 2008; he was never named chairman. Unisys promotes itself as a global information technology company that solves complex IT challenges for some of the world’s largest companies and government organizations. The company's mainframe line, Clearpath, is capable of running not only mainframe software, but both the Java platform and the JBoss Java EE Application Server concurrently.The Clearpath system is available in either a UNISYS 2200-based system (Sperry) or an MCP-based system (Burroughs).
Unisys signed a contract worth Million with the U. Department of Justice (DOJ) in 2014 to modernize the National Criminal Justice Reference Service (NCJRS) systems used by the Office of Justice Programs.The company announced its new Clear Path Dorado 83 systems in May, 2015, its most powerful Dorado systems ever.These new systems culminate the company’s decade-long initiative to transition its Clear Path server families from proprietary complementary metal oxide semiconductor processor technology to a software-based fabric architecture running on Intel processors.This facility will provide service desk and other end user IT support services to public sector and commercial clients starting with and Enterprise Service Desk, a single point of contact for the US Army for which 250 employees are expected to be hired within the first year.The company announced in April 2015 that it would be opening a Global Innovation Center in Bogota focused on designing and delivering specialized IT services.