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Thursday, November 10, 2005
The remaking IBM theme is attracting a lot more coverage & analysis, perhaps rightly deserved. Tom highlights that IBM is gearing towards becoming a vendor of highly automated business processes. Companies that need to add a business process within their industry will one day be able to buy one off the shelf, so to speak. IBM is collecting best practices within each industry, within each business process, and using applications, middleware, and its integration skills, to create ready-to-go business process modules that can be rapidly slotted into a company's operations. As covered eearlier, in Sam’s new vision for IBM - Instead of merely selling and servicing technology, IBM is putting to use the immense resources it has in-house, from its software programmers to its 3,300 research scientists, to help companies like P&G rethink, remake, and even run their businesses - everything from accounting and customer service to human resources and procurement. "We're giving our clients a transformational lift," says Palmisano. He is out to transform the very nature and image of IBM with vision to carry IBM beyond that 20th century legacy, beyond computing while making IBM as indispensable to clients today as it was during the heyday of mainframes.
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