We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byEleanor Huitt
Modified over 2 years ago
© 2013 IBM Corporation IBMs Transformation to a Services Company and the Growth of Digital Trade Michael DiPaula-Coyle IBM Governmental Programs
© 2013 IBM Corporation IBM: A Globally Integrated Technology and Consulting Company Founded in 1911 and now operating in 170 countries, IBM develops and sells software and systems hardware and a broad range of infrastructure, cloud and consulting services. IBM serves clients in sectors as diverse as manufacturing, banking and financial services, insurance, telecommunications, retail, utilities, and express delivery. While still a major manufacturer of ICT hardware, IBM has repositioned itself as the worlds largest, IT services company.
© 2013 IBM Corporation IBM Business, IT and Outsourcing Services and Solutions Application lifecycle management Asset management Application infrastructure Big data and analytics Business process management Business Analytics Cloud computing Commerce Complex and embedded systems Connectivity and integration Data management Data warehousing Energy and Environment Enterprise content management Enterprise marketing management Enterprise modernization Enterprise resource planning Expert integrated systems IT Infrastructure services Procurement Product lifecycle management Security Service oriented architecture (SOA) Smarter computing Social collaboration Unified communications Virtualization Web experience
© 2013 IBM Corporation IBMs Transformation – Services & Software Source: IBM Financial Reports Hardware Services Software Other 56% 16% 64% 17% 14% 24% 6% 3% Services & software now account for 80% of IBMs revenue Software revenue exceeded hardware revenue in 2008 Services revenue exceeded hardware revenue in 2001
© 2013 IBM Corporation IBMs Transformation – Services & Software Source: IBM Financial Reports Hardware Services & Software Other 80% 31% 64% 17% 6% 3% Services and software revenue exceeded hardware revenue in 1998
© 2013 IBM Corporation Wider Global Trends: Economic and Labor Changes: U.S. Employment (2010) Services Manufacturing and Construction Agriculture: 1.5% 78.8% 12.4%
© 2013 IBM Corporation IBM is a Microcosm of the Global IT industry IBMs transformation reflects wider trends in the global IT industry over the past two decades. IT companies are moving away for traditional hardware to focus on IT software and services. The most competitive IT companies are able to provide integrated, end-to-end solutions across all industry sectors. Hardware, software and services are more integrated now than ever before.
© 2013 IBM Corporation This Transformation is Driving the Growth of Digital Trade Services increasingly being delivered electronically via the internet and other networks: fueling the growth of Digital Trade. 16 million internet users in 1995; Today there are more than 2.4 billion. McKinsey Global Institute calculated that 75% of economic benefits of the Internet accrue to traditional industries. In majority of OECD countries, more than 95% of companies already use the Internet: As the Internet evolves to become basic infrastructure and adoption saturates, the Internet economy will become increasingly indistinguishable from the overall economy.
© 2013 IBM Corporation Evidence of Growing Role of the Internet in the Global Economy Electronically Delivered Services: Knowledge- or content- based services are increasingly digitized and delivered electronically via the Internet or other networks (e.g. ICT services, professional services, video services, online gaming, music streaming). Digital Products: Content can be digitized for online delivery (software, music, movies, books, video programming, financial analysis, architectural schematics). E-Commerce in Physical Goods: Trade in physical goods facilitated by the Internet or private networks. Operations of Global Companies: Global ICT Networks are now critical to operations of global companies across all sectors.
© 2013 IBM Corporation Potential Barriers to Digital Trade Cross-Border data restrictions Local Server requirements Market Access Restrictions for hardware, software and services Regulations (behind-the-border barriers) Technical Barriers to Trade in ICT Products and Services
© 2013 IBM Corporation 21 st Century Trade Agreements Must Reflect New Trade Realities The WTOs General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) was negotiated before the Internet was commercialized and does not adequately address digital trade. New Agreements are now focusing on this critical area: Non-Binding –U.S.-Korea Free Trade Agreement: Both parties will endeavor to refrain from imposing or maintaining unnecessary barriers to electronic information flows across borders. –U.S.-EU and U.S.-Japan Trade Principles for ICT Services –OECD Principles for Internet Policy-Making Seeking Binding Commitments –Trans-Pacific Partnership: Negotiators are seeking to include binding trade obligations related to digital trade and cross-border data flows. –TISA: TISA will be a critical benchmark for protecting and fostering the growth of digital trade. –TTIP: Will a U.S.-EU Agreement adequately protect and foster the growth of Transatlantic Digital Trade?
© 2011 IBM Corporation Smarter Software for a Smarter Planet The Capabilities of IBM Software Borislav Borissov SWG Manager, IBM.
© IBM Corporation Mexico: Computer Services and Competitiveness Sept Jesús E. De la Rosa IBM Mexico.
Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP): A U.S. Perspective Prepared by the Trans-Atlantic Business Council.
© 2005 IBM Corporation 28 April 2005 Cross-Border Supply of Services: The Private Sectors Experience Douglas Gregory Vice President, Governmental Programs.
Aiia : voice of the digital economy ASR: voice of services in Australia Presented by Kaaren Koomen Director, Australian Services Roundtable Director (Alternate),
Electronic commerce EDI (8 decade) – base of EC – “Netscape” – propose SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) 1995 – “Amazon.com” “eBay.com” 1998 – DSL (Digital.
Transatlantic Trade & Investment Partnership: The Effects on SMEs Simos Anastasopoulos President American-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce For presentation.
Business Services in Europe: Raising the Game Norman Rose Vice-Chairman High Level Group on Business Services & Chairman European Business Services Round.
1 Services Globalisation in Australia - Trends and Perspectives Pradeep Khanna Chief Executive, GLOBAL MINDSET.
1 Video Cloud for Business Enterprises Geng Lin CTO, IBM Alliance Cisco Systems P2P & Cloud Media Summit Los Angeles, CA May 6, 2010 Geng Lin CTO, IBM.
David A. Olive General Manager, Fujitsu Limited WITSA Public Policy Chairman WITSA Public Policy Meeting Athens, Greece May 15, 2005 Global Public Policy.
Presented by: Walid Gad Chairman of the Egyptian Hi Tech Association (EHITA)
Information Technology. Information Technology? “The study, design, development, implementation, support or management of computer-based information systems,
THE “OTHER” DIGITAL DIVIDE Presented by Beverley Mahony Industry Canada OECD Digital Divide Workshop December 7, 2000.
IBM Academic Initiative Skills for a Smarter Planet Cloud Computing John Schilt Lead, IBM Academic Initiative Australia / New Zealand
Digital Agenda Unleashing the Potential of Cloud Computing in Europe Ken Ducatel Head of Unit DG Connect, Software and Services, Cloud 05 December 2012.
LINKAGES BETWEEN INSTITUTIONS OF HE, VET AND LABOUR MARKET MR NIKOS IOANNOU.
British Columbia and International Trade Agreement Negotiations October 30, 2013 Janel Quiring, Director International Trade Policy Unit Ministry of International.
Global Big Data Infrastructure Market WEBSITE Single User License: US$ 2500 No of Pages: 51 Corporate User License:
© Copyright International Telecommunication Union (ITU). All Rights Reserved page - 1 Alexander NTOKO Project Manager, ITU Electronic Commerce.
INDIANA UNIVERSITY X 420 “POOP” SESSION September 6, 2001.
E. business knowledge transfer for SMEs – experience from Lithuania Prof. Rimantas Gatautis, KTU
WTO/TBT and Beyond Jeff Grove ASTM International.
Global Multi-factor Authentication Market WEBSITE Single User License: US$ 2500 No of Pages: 51 Corporate User License:
Chapter 2 IT INFRASTRUCTURE AND EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES.
Chapter 6 Public B2B Exchanges and Support Services.
Emerging Trends for Jobs in IT Sector & Business IT.
Copyright © 2008 Accenture All Rights Reserved.Copyright © 2008 Accenture All Rights Reserved.Copyright © 2008 Accenture All Rights Reserved.Copyright.
© 2016 Global Market Insights. All Rights Reserved Integrated Systems Market
ICT business statistics and ICT sector: Uzbekistan’s experience Prepared by Mukhsina Khusanova.
© 2007 IBM Corporation IBM Software Strategy Group IBM Google Announcement on Internet-Scale Computing (“Cloud Computing Model”) Oct 8, 2007 IBM Confidential.
BYTEmag.ru Independent source of technical information for IT professionals!
A Single European Market for all ELENA GRECH. The Single Market: a success story : approx billion Euros in value added 2.75 million extra.
LogicaCMG is a major international force in IT services. It employs around 40,000 people across 41 countries. LogicaCMG’s focus is on enabling its customers.
Overview of Good Regulatory Practice Kent Shigetomi Office of the U.S. Trade Representative.
1 Dividends from the ‘New’ Economy: Economic Impacts of ICT Matti Pohjola World Institute for Development Economics Research (WIDER) United Nations University.
Entrepreneurs, E commerce, and SMEs in APEC Dr Chris Hall PECC SME Network Coordinator Session 5 - PECC XIV Hong Kong 29 November 2001.
Copyright © 2011 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. McGraw-Hill/Irwin Global Business Today 7e by Charles W.L. Hill.
ICT Solutions for achieving Smart Regulation The Dutch Programme
TTIP: an opportunity for the Digital Economy. The TTIP represents an enormous opportunity to re-balance the Digital Economy landscape The regulatory component.
Workshop on Research Methods to Study Productivity Determinants Within Firms and the Role of Policy November 1, 2012 P olicy setting and firm-level focus.
| © 2013 Axway | All rights reserved. 1 Govern the Flow of Data: Moving from Chaos to Control Steve Jordan Director, Industry Marketing.
© Copyright Quantum Business Advisory Uk Ltd All Rights Reserved.
International Business 9e By Charles W.L. Hill McGraw-Hill/Irwin Copyright © 2013 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
1 NameMatrix Number Francis YeeHT036029M George Goh Alex LimHT052467E Hoe Swee SimHT052560I Vijay.
MarketsandMarkets Presents MarketsandMarkets Presents Global Software Defined Networking (SDN) Market Buzz Around $2.10 Billion in 2017 Global Software.
© 2012 IBM Corporation IBM Security Systems 1 © 2012 IBM Corporation Cloud Security: Who do you trust? Martin Borrett Director of the IBM Institute for.
1 © NOKIA Stocholm/ /EO. 2 © NOKIA Stocholm/ /EO Issues Evolution of Innovation Policies Systemic approach Business perspective Future.
1 International Forum on Trade Facilitation May 2003 Trade Facilitation, Security Concerns and the Postal Industry Thomas E. Leavey Director General, UPU.
Digital Agenda Unleashing the Potential of Cloud Computing in Europe Ken Ducatel Head of Unit Software and Services, Cloud European Commission (Directorate.
© 2017 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.