IBM Opens Three New Offices


5 Aug 2011
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IBM has opened three regional offices in in Dehradun, Guwahati and Raipur taking the total count of its branch offices to 18 pan India.

IBM is currently focused on increasing its presence in smaller, rapidly developing Indian cities as part of its plan to establish a presence in 40 Indian cities by 2013. The vendor is experiencing demand for information management, security, cloud computing and business analytics solutions from businesses and government organizations. As a strategic move, it is investing in educational institutes like the IIT Guwahati to promote local talent.

“These are dynamic times for Indian regional development and there is tremendous market potential in these cities that we are expanding into,” said Nipun Mehrotra, Vice President, General Business, Geographic Expansion, IBM India/South Asia.

Some of the existing customers of IBM in these regions include Vandana Global and Jindal Steel in Raipur, Kurmanchal Bank and Uttarakhand Power Corporation in Dehradun.

source : crn
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