We are extremely pleased to announce that the National Association of Private ICT Companies has a new member - IBM Romania, the world leader in IT services and consulting, serving customers in over 180 countries.
IBM’s solutions and services span all major industries, including financial services, healthcare, government, automotive, telecommunications and education, among others. It is the diversity and breadth of our portfolio - spanning hardware, software, services, research, financing and technology - that uniquely separates IBM from other companies in the IT industry. The company has acquired over 100 companies this past decade, completing and scaling its portfolio of products and offerings.
IBM business model is built to support two principal goals: helping clients succeed in delivering business value by becoming more innovative, efficient and competitive through the use of business insight and information technology (IT) solutions; and, providing long-term value to shareholders. In addition, the company has transformed itself into a globally integrated enterprise which has improved overall productivity and is driving investment and participation in the world's fastest growing markets.
Like in other parts of the world, IBM is available for its clients in Romania with industry solutions and services through its high skilled professionals in its headquarters in Bucharest and a branch office in Timisoara, plus the Authorized Business Partners covering the whole country and major industries. This organizational structure enables IBM to offer a tailored portfolio of products, solutions and services of world-class quality across a multitude of markets. IBM clients from Romania, but also worldwide, benefit from the capabilities offered by Global Delivery Centers located in Bucharest: GPSG (Global Procurement Services Group) and GDC EE (Global Delivery Center Eastern Europe) and by IBM Innovation Center (IIC). The Innovation Center will provide access to IBM technologies and experts to help local businesses address digital infrastructure opportunities in key growth industries such as banking, healthcare, government, energy and telecommunications. In 2009, IBM opened its first GDC branch office in Brasov. IBM has also opened for its clients the first IBM Managed Data Center in Romania, with full capabilities.