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$162.75
Previous Close
$161.95
Day High
$163.37
Day Low
$161.44
52 Week High
04/10/14 - $199.21
52 Week Low
11/20/14 - $159.80
Market Cap
160.5B
Average Volume 10 Days
4.5M
EPS TTM
$16.82
Shares Outstanding
989.7M
EX-Date
11/6/14
P/E TM
9.6x
Dividend
$4.40
Dividend Yield
2.62%
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International Business Machines Corporation provides information technology (IT) products and services worldwide. The company’s Global Technology Services segment provides IT infrastructure and business process services, including outsourcing, process, integrated technology, cloud, and technology support. Its Global Business Services segment offers consulting solutions for strategy and transformation, application innovation, enterprise applications, and smarter analytics; and application management, maintenance, and support services. International Business Machines Corporation’s Software segment offers middleware and operating systems software, such as WebSphere software to integrate and manage business processes; and information management software for database and enterprise content management, information integration, data governance, data warehousing and analytics, business analytics and intelligence, and predictive analytics. This segment also provides Tivoli software for cloud and datacenter management, enterprise endpoint and mobile device management, asset and facilities management, storage management, and security systems; Rational software that supports software development; and Mobile Software for platform and application development, mobile security, and mobile device management. The company’s Systems and Technology segment provides computing power and storage solutions; and semiconductor technology, products, and packaging solutions. Its Global Financing segment provides lease and loan financing to end users; commercial financing to dealers and remarketers of IT products; and remanufacturing and remarketing services for equipment. The company was formerly known as Computing-Tabulating-Recording Co. and changed its name to International Business Machines Corporation in 1924. International Business Machines Corporation was founded in 1910 and is headquartered in Armonk, New York.

431,212 Employees
Last Reported Date: 02/25/14
Founded in 1910

intl business machines corp (IBM) Top Compensated Officers

Chairman, Chief Executive Officer, President ...
Total Annual Compensation: $1.5M
Senior Vice President and Group Executive of ...
Total Annual Compensation: $716.0K
Senior Vice President of Legal & Regulatory A...
Total Annual Compensation: $650.0K
Senior Vice President and Director of Researc...
Total Annual Compensation: $625.9K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

intl business machines corp (IBM) Key Developments

IBM Announces New Analytics Solution, New Desktop-as-a-Service Offering and Enhancement of Mobile Virtualization Services

IBM announced new additions to the Mobility Services portfolio of solutions to help enterprise clients see maximum business benefit leveraging mobile. The offerings include a new analytics solution that gives global businesses the tools needed to fine tune their mobile initiatives. In addition the company announced a new desktop-as-a-service offering that brings all the capabilities of a desktop to mobile devices in a pre-packaged subscription service delivered on the IBM Cloud. With these new Mobile Services offerings, the company removes the burden of integrating, maintaining and supporting this new infrastructure while addressing concerns around major IT issues such as security and compliance. As a result, companies can focus on rolling out applications to thousands of mobile devices in a matter of hours rather than months while giving global workforces quick and secure access to these applications as well as their data and personalized desktops. IBM Mobile Infrastructure Analytics Services go beyond traditional point mobile application performance management solutions by delivering a true end-to-end view into a business's entire mobile environment. Using analytics applications delivered through a software-as-a-service model (SaaS), businesses gain instant visibility into how their mobile applications are being used, whether by their own employees or customers. The service then delivers insights into any issues that may exist with a business's infrastructure, which could affect the performance of mobile devices. This new mobile analytics service uses an analytics correlation engine designed by IBM Research to examine data collected from mobile devices. The tool presents the data through a dashboard so businesses can easily spot problems with mobile device performance and quickly improve the user experience to avoid costly failed transactions, user abandonment, poor app store rankings and negative feedback. The service also leverages Tealeaf CX Mobile, which manages the customer experience on mobile devices. Now businesses can see how their employees and customers are using their smart phones and quickly resolve problems, including issues around touch-screen use such as pinching, zooming, scrolling and device rotation. Businesses can also build and manage an early warning system to detect mobile user problems and provide proactive awareness into failures, usability issues or other obstacles. The company also announced that it is enhancing its mobile virtualization services offering with a new desktop-as-a-service that delivers all the benefits of virtualization for end points with a pre-packaged subscription service that includes the Citrix Workspace Suite and is delivered on cloud infrastructure from SoftLayer. The service, which is the latest addition to its Mobile Services portfolio, extends the full capabilities of virtualization from the traditional PC to the mobile device, turning an enterprise's on the go workforce into its asset. For example, with this new offering a member of a sales team who is en route to a meeting can click an icon on his tablet screen, instantly transforming it into a personal work desktop. The seller can then access a large sales presentation that is saved on the desktop, update it with information specific to the client and then launch a company chat application to confirm the specific details with a colleague in real time.

Ericsson and IBM Collaborate on 5G Antenna Designs

Ericsson and IBM announced a collaboration to jointly research phased-array antenna designs for 5G, allowing networks to provide customers with data speeds orders of magnitude faster than what is available currently. Ericsson and IBM will research phased-array antenna techniques to develop prototype systems that will serve more mobile users, enable a multitude of new services on the same frequency, as well as offer data speeds that are orders of magnitude faster than present - competitive to existing cable and wired internet access speeds. The phased-array design allows for more directional antennas that are electrically-steerable and will have significant weight and flexibility advantages over existing mechanical antennas.

IBM, Fluor Corporation and University of South Carolina Collaborate to Create Innovation Center

IBM, the University of South Carolina and Fluor Corporation announced the formation of the Center for Applied Innovation. The Center will provide application services to both public and private sector organizations across North America with specialties in the areas of analytics and higher education industry solutions. As part of the initiative, the organizations will collaborate on tailored IT curricula and advanced analytic techniques for personalized learning. The collaboration is part of an ongoing effort to expand student skills and understanding of applied computing to meet the growing demand for highly skilled IT professionals and business leaders. IBM and USC will develop internship opportunities that better link the classroom with career pathways as well as curricula to build analytics skills that support businesses both locally and across North America. IBM will work with the Darla Moore School of Business as well as USC's College of Engineering and Computing to team with companies in the region on analytics solutions to their most pressing business challenges. The Center for Applied Innovation will initially be located in existing facilities on USC's campus and is expected to move to a new office building in the Innovista Research District anticipated to open in 2016.

 

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