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About IBM

IBM is an American multinational information technology company headquartered in Armonk, New York, with operations in over 170 countries. The company began in 1911, founded in Endicott, New York, and was renamed "International Business Machines" in 1924.

IBM produces and sells computer hardware, middleware and software, and provides hosting and consulting services in areas ranging from mainframe computers to nanotechnology. 

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Arrow represents IBM in both the United States and Canada.

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Arrow and IBM

Arrow's knowledgeable and experienced team can help you sell and deliver IBM's solutions and support your customers at every stage of their journey by:

  • Making it easy to purchase, provision and manage your IBM solutions through ArrowSphere, Arrow’s cloud delivery and management platform
  • Providing access to ideal target partners across SPs, CSPs and MSPs
  • Equipping IBM partners with the knowledge and expertise needed to sell more solutions across a range of sectors and in a number of different use cases
  • Recommending complementary solutions to complete IBM's offerings
  • Generating demand with business development and tailored marketing campaigns
  • Offering a full portfolio of consultancy services from pre-sales assessments to solution design, support and training

Let Arrow get you started with IBM today!

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IBM product offerings

  • Cloud: Your customers can build with advanced data and AI tools on IBM's full-stack cloud platform that spans public, private and hybrid environments.
  • Internet of Things: Unlock the power of data with AI and IoT to innovate asset management, optimize real estate and facilities, improve software and systems engineering, and advance digital transformation.
  • IT Systems: IBM's infrastructure systems are the cornerstone of your customer’s enterprise architecture and combines the hardware and software that drives digital transformation.
  • Red HatBy combining the power and flexibility of Red Hat’s open hybrid cloud technologies with the scale and depth of IBM’s innovation and industry expertise, you now have access to the tools and talent you need to accelerate your cloud journey.
  • Security: In an uncertain world, IBM Security confronts the most challenging cybersecurity problems to protect the faces behind the data — your customers.
  • Services: With the proven ability to change entire industries, IBM Services helps lead a pragmatic journey to cloud and AI, so your customers can grow through digital reinvention.
  • Watson: Powered by machine learning, Watson helps uncover deep insights, learn more from less data, and reimagine how to work.
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ArrowSphere Cloud Platform

Arrow's award-winning ArrowSphere platform makes it easy for you to manage all your cloud products, including IBM solutions. The platform provides end-to-end cloud lifecycle management with features like automated provisioning, comprehensive billing integration, reporting and predictive analytics.

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Easily market IBM to your customers

When you sign up for Arrow's Curated Content, you will receive relevant and timely content from IBM, so you can more effectively sell solutions to your customers. This will include high-quality videos, white papers, cases studies, thought leadership articles, lead capture forms and more. By utilizing Curated Content, you can easily execute a digital marketing strategy, accelerate demand generation, and capture and close leads.

Every week, you will be sent content organized into campaigns that can be shared to your website, blog, social media accounts, as well as sent via email. It’s all done in a few easy clicks — or you can let the program automatically do it for you. Sign up today!

 

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