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About IBM Ireland

Over fifty years of innovation and leadership in Ireland

IBM is one of Ireland’s leading providers of advanced information technology, products, services and business consulting expertise. We are dedicated to helping our clients innovate and succeed through the end-to-end transformation of their business models and the application of innovative technology and business solutions.

IBM has a long history in Ireland, having opened our first office here in 1956. IBM in Ireland today is made up of a diverse workforce of over 3,000 employees working across a broad range of businesses and locations including: IBM Ireland, which has nationwide responsibilities for delivering sales, marketing and services across the Irish market; our Technology Campus in Mulhuddart, Dublin, which hosts IBM’s globally integrated international missions, delivers services, manufacturing, research and software development, together with our laboratories in Cork and Galway, for the world market; and our European Sales and Services Support Centres based in Blanchardstown, Dublin, which delivers to the European market.

As one of Ireland’s leading corporate citizens, IBM provides support for initiatives in three areas: education, environment and employee volunteer efforts. Employees and retirees are encouraged to volunteer at schools and not-for-profit organisations – with the resources of the company behind them. In 2010, IBM contributed technology, grants and expertise to a wide range of worthy causes across Ireland.

Our aim at IBM in Ireland is to help clients access the products, services and skills they need to grow using IT, keep costs to a minimum and help them win in the marketplace.

Our latest initiatives include business analytics, cloud computing and next-generation data centre services, and smarter cities technology centre which focuses on integrated infrastructures and beyond. These all build and develop the enhanced capability in a company with an incredible history of innovation.

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