IBM consulting to open four new offices in China

by Editor 3/24/2009 4:29:00 PM
IBM China's consulting unit plans to open four new offices in the country over the next 12 months. IBM expects its consulting business in China to almost double in size in this period and the new offices will be able to satisfy the increasing demand coming from local businesses, in spite of the economic crisis.

Marc Chapman, the general manager of IBM Global Business Services (GBS) said: "We believe it's vital to be close to your clients,” adding that IBM’s business consulting unit currently serves over 100 clients in China. Many of these clients have decided to hold off expanding their businesses until the crisis is over and are instead focused on integration.

"We are very supportive of finding areas where we can really provide support, add value to either the government or companies,” concluded Chapman.

 

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