To better understand our organisation, it's important to understand how all of our pieces fit together
Through our different divisions, we impact almost every part of a client’s business.
Internally, we have the same functions as any large company in the areas of Marketing, HR, IT Support and Finance. Externally, IBM’s services cover technology delivery, outsourcing, software development, consulting, sales and distribution.
Taking some time to read about each organisation will help you get a ‘feel’ for where you might fit:
IBM Polska Sp. z o.o.
operates in Poland since 1991. We are headquartered in Warsaw, with branches in Gdańsk, Kraków, Katowice and Poznań and provide a full offer of consulting services and products to build infrastructure for large enterprises, public administration and medium-sized companies and help them solve some of their most-challenging problems.
Business consulting is provided by the IBM Global Business Services unit. IT infrastructure development and optimization services are covered by the IBM Global Technology Services unit. Software solutions are delivered by IBM Software Group. IBM Sales and Distribution develops, integrates, sells and distributes IBM’s wide array of products and services. We are also a leading hardware provider- the IBM Systems and Technology Group's offer comprises a wide range of solutions for both small enterprises, as well as for large companies. Not to mention that IBM also ranks first in the Polish server market.
- Global Business Services
IBM Global Business Services is the world's largest consulting services organisation. With operations in more than 160 countries across 17 industries, our unique combination of exceptional business insight and deep technical understanding helps clients solve x business issues and gain advantage in the market. This combination of imagination and expertise enables us to work on truly innovative projects.
We've helped cities reduce traffic congestion, we've developed award winning solutions to connect individuals with government services, and we've helped pharmaceutical companies speed up development of new drugs.
GBS IdeaWatch, a monthly e-newsletter from IBM Global Business Services.
- Global Technology Services
IBM Global Technology Services is the world’s largest information technology services provider, and integrates IBM’s broad range of capabilities – consulting, IT services, hardware, software and research – to help organisations of all sizes realise the full value of information technology. Key services to our clients include application development, systems integration, business recovery services, strategic outsourcing, systems management, internet and networking services and business intelligence.
- Software Group
IBM Software Group (SWG) is the world's second largest software business. SWG supports the hundreds of thousands of customers worldwide who rely on IBM mainframes, mid-range processors, personal computers and global networks to conduct e-commerce, collaboration and content hosting. SWG offerings span over five major brands: DB2, Lotus, Tivoli, WebSphere and Rational.
It takes powerful software to create and sustain an e-business and it's not the kind you can buy off the shelf. But it's what IBM Software delivers its customers every day - and what's made us a leader in our field.
- Sales & Distribution
IBM Sales and Distribution develops, integrates, sells and distributes IBM’s wide array of products and services via face-to-face and telephone/web sales teams, plus IBM’s Business Partners. It includes ibm.com, IBM General Business, Finance, Human Resources, Marketing, and Legal. IBM Sales and Distribution delivers specialised solutions by sector, including Banking, Insurance, Public Sector, Industrial enterprises, and Distribution. The goal is to deliver the world's best IT solutions to our customers.
- Systems and Technology Group
IBM Systems and Technology Group is responsible for IBM’s hardware, this includes Blades, System x, System p (UNIX based), System i, System z (Mainframe) and System Storage. IBM Systems are being designed around the core principles of collaboration, openness and virtualisation; essential ingredients of the kind of integrated infrastructure that can move businesses to the next generation of computing — collaborative processing. Collaborative processing is what happens when an organisation transcends its standard organisational boundaries, changing the way people interact with each other and with the IT environment that supports them.