IBM continues to expand its operations across Africa as part of an increased presence in key growth markets. With the recent opening of offices in Mauritius, Tanzania, Senegal and Angola and with established business hubs in South Africa, Kenya, Nigeria and Egypt, IBM today is present in more than 20 African countries.
IBM’s increased presence is part of a broad program of investment the company is making across Africa through the creation of new facilities, offices, training, staffing and recruitment, sales and marketing and corporate citizenship.
IBM has been present in Africa for over 60 years, but is now taking its business to the next level in recognition of the huge potential of the African market and the role of smarter systems in transforming business, government and society across the continent.
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Source: IBM - July 2012