IBM today announced three new Europe-based centers focused on analytics in Zurich, Switzerland, Budapest, Hungary and Vienna, Austria – part of a network of global centers addressing the emerging market for advanced analytic capabilities needed to drive improved business decision-making.
As a key part of IBM's overall growth strategy, the company is projecting $16 billion in business analytics and optimization revenue by 2015 and has, in the past year, opened analytics solution centers in Berlin, Beijing, London, New York, Dallas, Tokyo and Washington, D.C. The centers – which draw on more than 7,000 Business Analytics & Optimization services consultants, billions of dollars of investment to create IBM's vast software information management portfolio and the largest corporate mathematics department – are dedicated to solving the toughest business problems in transportation, social services, public safety, customs and border management, revenue management, defense, logistics, healthcare, education and other areas.
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