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For people of a certain persuasion, it’s fun to make fun of Microsoft (MSFT). It's outdated and occasionally bloated software. An operating system version so despised that most users refused to upgrade from its predecessor and instead waited for its replacement. A browser that once held 95% of world market share, no longer leads in any country. And mobile phones that barely register in a universe dominated by iPhone and Android.

Key Takeaways

  • Microsoft is a household name with commonly known product lines like Windows, Office, and Xbox.
  • Founded more than 30 years ago, Microsoft has expanded way beyond software and devices into cloud computing and services
  • Microsoft is the most widely held stock in index funds and ETFs in 2019.

Microsoft Matures its Business

Many (alright, some) of us are old enough to remember when Microsoft was the very definition of novel, its youthful founders and their unorthodox culture flying in the face of a formal, understated business world that had limited use for, or knowledge of, computers. Today, Microsoft is a grey-flannel pillar of the Dow, and that’s a welcome occurrence. The alternative would have been for the brash software upstart to be of no consequence today.

Still, at times it seems the consensus sentiment about Microsoft prompts questions such as “How on Earth do they make so much money?” After all, Microsoft isn’t the most innovative company in the world, nor the most limber. However, critics seem to forget something: a) Microsoft is the world’s largest software maker, b) people have great utility for software, and c) Microsoft is not just a software maker anymore.

Microsoft under CEO Satya Nadella

Under the leadership of CEO Satya Nadella, who took the reigns in 2014, Microsoft has moved aggressively into services and cloud computing. It's Azure cloud computing system now has a solid percentage of market share globally, second only to Amazon Web Services, and accounts for nearly one third of the company's overall revenue.

Microsoft revenue topped $125 billion in revenue last year, and pulled in $42 billion in operating income. With a 29% profit margin, which is considerably larger than that of either Apple (Nasdaq:AAPL) or Alphabet (Nasdaq:GOOG), two companies that popular opinion assumes have overtaken Microsoft.

Stalwart and Ubiquitous

That popular opinion derives from a false assumption: that a new product line with frequent updates is the surest path to success in the technology sector. Not true. Take Surface, Redmond’s answer to Apple’s iPad. It isn’t the kind of product that makes nor breaks a company with the power and magnitude of Microsoft. Rather, it’s a way to stay relevant in the consumer electronics market – of course, the idea is for Surface to create enough profit to justify the expenses behind it, but a couple million satisfied Surface owners have only a minimal effect on Microsoft’s net profit numbers. The same goes for the formidable Xbox, whose sexiness as a gaming console vastly outweighs its contributions to Microsoft’s overall financial picture.

Microsoft vs. the S&P500 since 2010.

The truth is somewhat more pedestrian. Perhaps it’s because Microsoft is so ubiquitous, a constant reminder in the daily lives of those who use its products. Every time you turn your computer on, Microsoft’s logo is staring at you, even if you’re a Mac or Linux user who nevertheless uses Microsoft’s Office suite. Shouldn’t a company with so wide and deep a footprint make it its business to endlessly delight and fascinate us, with a youthful exuberance and a penchant for self-promotion? You know, like Google does?

The fact is, more than four decades after its incorporation, Microsoft is as staid and disciplined as IBM (NYSE:IBM), ITT (NYSE:ITT), Litton Industries and the other companies that rounded out the upper reaches of the Fortune 500 back in 1975. The software giant is primarily in the business of making money, which sounds tautological at first read, but really isn’t. Microsoft is no longer in the raw experimentation stage common to young and growing companies. Rather, its modus operandi is to create profitability streams, then maintain and expand them.

Software as a Service

The name of Microsoft’s “Productivity and Business Processes Division” may sound unhelpfully generic, but it refers to the part of the operations that’s responsible for creating the stupendously profitable Office. The suite started as an adjunct, a method for showcasing Microsoft’s revolutionary operating system. But since Office’s 1990 debut, the applications that comprise it have become just about mandatory for anyone wanting to conduct business. Over a billion people now use Office, to the point where Word and Excel are practically synonymous with word processing and spreadsheets, respectively. Multiply that user base by $150 per license for the stripped-down Home & Student version of Office, a product whose marginal cost is close to zero, and it’s easy to see why Microsoft does everything in its power to maintain Office’s profitability (and why competitors from OpenOffice to Google Docs want nothing more than to chip away at Office’s market share.)

The Business Division’s only serious competitor for dominance at Microsoft is the company’s Windows Division, whose latest contribution to the marketplace is Windows 10. Windows’ share of the worldwide operating system market is more than 35%.

The Bottom Line

All-in-one entertainment systems (Xbox One) and free audio- and video-conferencing around the world (Skype) may be exciting, the kind of things that make life in the 21st century more enjoyable, but their impact on Microsoft’s income are minimal. Instead, the company’s secret to staggering riches lies in the daily business of allowing users to create and manipulate documents; and providing the software that performs a computer’s most important function – permitting data to make it from your computer’s hardware components to its display. It isn’t alluring, but it pays the bills ... to an extent few companies in history can match.

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  • Market Cap108.418B
  • Shares Out903.18M
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Killexams : Global Business Leaders Say Hybrid Cloud is Critical to Modernization, Yet Security, Skills and Compliance Concerns Impede Success
  • New IBM Transformation Index: State of Cloud helps business leaders to assess gaps in their transformation journey
  • More than half of respondents are currently concerned about security, while 53% believe ensuring compliance in the cloud is currently too difficult
  • Nearly 70% surveyed say their team lacks the skills needed to sufficiently manage cloud environments

ARMONK, N.Y., Sept. 28, 2022 /CNW/ -- New global market research from IBM (NYSE: IBM) revealed that more than 77% of respondents have adopted a hybrid cloud approach which can help drive digital transformation, yet the majority of responding organizations are struggling with the complexity to make all their cloud environments work together. As organizations face skills gaps, security challenges and compliance obstacles, less than one quarter of respondents across the globe manage their hybrid cloud environments holistically – which can create blind spots and put data at risk.

The IBM Transformation Index: State of Cloud commissioned by IBM and conducted by independent research firm, The Harris Poll, was created to help organizations map their cloud transformation and empower them to self-classify their progress. Built on a foundation that leverages insights from experienced cloud professionals, enterprises can use the Index to gain measurable metrics that can help quantify their progress and uncover areas of opportunity and growth. The Index consisted of more than 3,000 business and technology decision-makers from 12 countries and across 15 industries including financial services, manufacturing, government, telecommunications and healthcare, to understand where organizations are advancing, or merely emerging, on their transformation journeys.

The Index points to a strong correlation between hybrid cloud adoption and progress in digital transformation. In fact, 71% of those surveyed think it's difficult to realize the full potential of a digital transformation without having a solid hybrid cloud strategy in place. At the same time, only 27% of those surveyed possess the necessary characteristics to be considered as "advanced" in their transformation. So, why the disconnect? A sampling of findings include:

  • Compliance: Businesses believe ensuring compliance in the cloud is currently too difficult – especially as we see enforcement of regulatory and compliance requirements heat up across the globe.
  • Security: While businesses have embraced a variety of security techniques to secure workloads in the cloud, concerns about security still remain.
  • Skills: As organizations face the realities of a talent shortage, they are failing to implement a holistic hybrid cloud strategy – which can create gaps in security and compliance and cause risk across cloud environments.

"As we see regulatory requirements grow across the globe, compliance is top of mind for business leaders. This concern is even greater for those in highly regulated industries. Yet at the same time, they are facing a growing threat landscape – one that demands holistic management of their multicloud environments to avoid the risks of a Frankencloud – an environment that's so disconnected, it's difficult to navigate and can be nearly impossible to secure, particularly against third and fourth party risks," said Howard Boville, Head of IBM Cloud Platform. "An integration strategy to bring together these different piece parts is what we believe separates the leaders from the rest of the pack – the alternative is to pay the price of the Frankencloud."

"The key value of cloud for businesses is rapid access to innovative technologies, data sources, and applications required to navigate current disruptions and transform businesses. No individual cloud can address all of an enterprise's requirements, so they must be able to use and effectively control hybrid cloud assets across many locations. IBM with its focus on providing a holistic hybrid cloud strategy is well positioned to help organizations address the security, data management and compliance complexities that can prevent them from taking full advantage of cloud innovation," says Rick Villars, Group Vice President of Worldwide Research at IDC. 

The 2022 IBM Transformation Index: State of Cloud revealed:

Lack of the right skills is inhibiting progress 
When it comes to managing their cloud applications, 69% of respondents say their team lacks the skills needed to be proficient. This is a major roadblock to innovation, with more than a quarter of respondents saying skills and talent shortages are impeding their business's cloud objectives. The effects don't stop here – these limitations are also preventing organizations from leveraging the power of partnerships. More than one-third of respondents say a lack of technical skills is holding them back from integrating ecosystem partners into cloud environments. This challenge is even greater in the US, where nearly 40% admit to this lack of skills – pointing to the need for talent.

Exposure to cyberthreats continues to lurk despite embracing security techniques
While more than 90% of responding financial services, telecommunications and government organizations have adopted security tools such as confidential computing capabilities, multifactor authentication and more, gaps remain that are preventing organizations from driving innovation. In fact, 32% of overall respondents cite security as the top barrier for integrated workloads across environments and more than one quarter of respondents agree security concerns present a roadblock to achieving their cloud business goals.

Security concerns can even hold organizations back from unlocking the full potential of partnerships. As potential security gaps can cause third and fourth party risks to loom, respondents say data governance (49%) and cybersecurity (47%) are the top challenges to fully integrating their business ecosystem into the cloud. In Brazil, cyberthreats are an even greater concern to ecosystem innovation -- 51% say cybersecurity risks pose a major challenge for businesses that want to integrate business ecosystem partners into cloud environments.

Regulatory and compliance requirements remain center stage causing businesses to pause
With regulations on the rise, so too are compliance challenges. 53% of respondents believe that ensuring compliance in the cloud is currently too difficult and nearly one-third cite regulatory compliance issues as a key barrier for integrating workloads across private and public IT environments. In financial services, for example, more than a quarter of respondents agree that meeting industry requirements is holding them back from fully achieving their cloud objectives. These challenges span the globe and are especially prevalent in countries such as Singapore, China, India and Japan.

Based on the Index, IBM will launch an interactive tool to serve as a continual source of feedback for organizations to measure their transformation progress. With the ability to help companies assess how they fare against others, the tool will allow them to identify areas where transformation is stalled and where it may be excelling – unlocking the ability to diagnose and act with efficiency even against the real-world of complexity of cloud transformation.

IBM will make the IBM Transformation Index: State of Cloud tool publicly available in the coming months, aiming to provide business leaders with valuable benchmarking insights that can inform their hybrid cloud strategies. The IBM Institute for Business Value also published a new report, "A Comparative Look at Enterprise Cloud Strategy" with an action guide for how leaders can use the Index to help advance their organizations' digital transformation.

Methodology:
This survey was conducted online in 12 countries (US, Canada, UK, Germany, France, India, Japan, China, Brazil, Spain, Singapore, Australia) by The Harris Poll on behalf of IBM from June 8th, 2022 to July 17th, 2022. The survey was conducted among 3,014 IT and business professionals in companies with annual revenue over $500M who have deep knowledge of their organization's Cloud strategy. The IBM Transformation Index: State of Cloud was developed by combining the data from 25+ question batteries of various formats across 9 Cloud-related dimensions that were informed by input from industry experts. 

About IBM
IBM is a leading global hybrid cloud and AI, and consulting services provider, helping clients in more than 175 countries capitalize on insights from their data, streamline business processes, reduce costs and gain the competitive edge in their industries. Nearly 3,800 government and corporate entities in critical infrastructure areas such as financial services, telecommunications and healthcare rely on IBM's hybrid cloud platform and Red Hat OpenShift to affect their digital transformations quickly, efficiently, and securely. IBM's breakthrough innovations in AI, quantum computing, industry-specific cloud solutions and business services deliver open and flexible options to our clients. All of this is backed by IBM's legendary commitment to trust, transparency, responsibility, inclusivity, and service. For more information, visit www.ibm.com.

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Killexams : What is Kyndryl? IBM’s managed infrastructure services spin-off explained

Kyndryl claims to be the world’s largest IT infrastructure provider. A division of IBM until November 2021, it is now a separate company. Initially, little changed for customers — except perhaps the logo on their invoice — but with time, Kyndryl is taking advantage of its freedom from IBM to introduce new services and work with new partners.

What does Kyndryl do?

Essentially, Kyndryl does exactly what the managed infrastructure services unit of IBM’s Global Technology Services segment did: outsource the management of enterprises’ IT infrastructure, whether it came from IBM or another vendor.

Under IBM’s stewardship, the activities since moved to Kyndryl were in slow decline, from $21.8 billion in annual revenue in 2018 down 7% to $20.28 billion in 2019, and down 4.6% to $19.35 billion in 2020, according to IBM filings with the SEC. That hasn’t changed since the split: Kyndryl’s first full-year filing as an independent company, barely two months after the separation, showed 2021 revenue down a further 4%, to $18.66 billion. The decline continued into 2022, with first quarter revenue down 7% year on year, and the second quarter down 10%.

However, Kyndryl is beginning to develop new services, and is forming partnerships in a bid to grow its revenue. It estimates that the $415 billion market opportunity it addresses is growing at 7% a year, with some areas it is targeting (including security, intelligent automation and public cloud managed services) growing even faster.

Kyndryl has organized itself into six global managed services practices, each of which manages a different aspect of technology. These are:

  • Applications, data and AI
  • Cloud
  • Core enterprise and zCloud, IBM’s mainframe-as-a-service offering
  • Digital workplace
  • Network and edge
  • Security and resiliency

There is also a customer advisory practice that combines managed services, advisory services, and implantation.

In September 2022, Kyndryl also launched two new branded services, Bridge and Vital. The company calls Kyndryl Bridge an open integration platform, an operational monitoring system, somewhat like HPE GreenLake or IBM vCenter, that Kyndryl staff will connect to an enterprise’s existing IT infrastructure to help CIOs keep ahead of problems. Kyndryl Vital is essentially a design workshop, during which Kyndryl consultants work alongside an enterprise’s employees to prototype applications.

Who are Kyndryl’s partners?

At the moment of their split, Kyndryl and IBM were one another’s biggest suppliers, and that will remain true for the time being. But Kyndryl is free to independently explore, with no preference for IBM’s software and services.

Kyndryl named Microsoft its first cloud infrastructure partner in November 2021, announcing a similar partnership with Google the following month. But it took it until February 2022 to form a pact with Amazon Web Services.

IBM had partnerships with numerous software providers, and Kyndryl inherited or expanded some of those, including with Elastic, Lenovo, SAP, ServiceNow, and VMware.

Kyndryl has also formed new partnerships, including with Cisco Systems, Citrix, Cloudera, Dynatrace, EY, Field Safe Solutions, NetApp, Nokia, Oracle, Pure Storage, IBM subsidiary Red Hat, Teradata and Veritas Technologies. These partnerships expand Kyndryl’s repertoire when it comes to integrating products and services into Bridge, or incorporating them into co-creations with Vital.

How big is Kyndryl?

Kyndryl started with 4,600 customers (including 75 of the Fortune 100), over a quarter of IBM’s 350,000 staff, activities generating around $19 billion in annual revenue and an order backlog (or long-term maintenance contracts from all those customers) of around $62 billion. Where that puts Kyndryl in the rankings depends on what you’re measuring. Kyndryl says it’s the world’s largest IT infrastructure provider, although IT channel publication CRN says it’s only the fifth-largest solutions provider, a much broader category, behind Accenture, what’s left of IBM, DXC Technology, and Tata Consulting Services.

Is Kyndryl hiring?

Like crazy! Kyndryl hired over a dozen top executives in 2021, and by the end of the year had 88,683 employees. Although its hiring in the US has slowed, it had 1,141 lower-level job openings posted at press time, over half of them in the EU, with other significant concentrations in India and Japan. Half the openings are for technical specialists, with more than 100 openings in systems architecture and an emphasis on automation.

Who works at Kyndryl?

Most staff at Kyndryl simply changed email addresses, carrying on doing the same work for clients as they did at IBM before the split. Indeed, Kyndryl went out of its way to reassure customers that their key points of contact and support, and the other team members they work with, would not change, and that the company continues to work with experts in other divisions of IBM as it did before.

But the company brought in new blood for many of the most senior roles, either hiring in from other companies, or poaching from other divisions of IBM. CEO Martin Schroeter is ex-IBM, in fact. He left the company in June 2020, before the spin-off was announced, and came back to lead Kyndryl, then known as NewCo, in January 2021. He was previously SVP of global markets at IBM, and before that its CFO.

The next senior appointments, in March 2021, were chief marketing officer Maria Bartolome Winans, who came to the spin-off directly from her role as CMO for IBM Americas, and group president Elly Keinan, another former IBMer who took time out to work in venture capital after 33 years at the company.

Global head of corporate affairs Una Pulizzi was also a new hire in April 2021, previously in a similar role at GE, while general counsel Edward Sebold was chief legal officer for IBM’s Watson Health division.

Poaching of more senior IBMers continued in early May 2021. Chief transformation officer Nelly Akoth was previously with IBM Global Business Services; Leigh Price moved from one leadership role in strategy and corporate development to another; and Vineet Khurana became controller at Kyndryl after five years in three different CFO roles at IBM. Kyndryl’s global alliances and partnerships leader Stephen Leonard held a number of positions at IBM, most recently as general manager of the Power Systems division.

It wasn’t until the second half of May 2021 that Kyndryl began to name its top technical staff: CIO Michael Bradshaw is new to IBM, having previously served as CIO at NBC/Universal and as CIO for Mission Systems and Training at Lockheed Martin. CTO Antoine Shagoury is a former CIO of US bank State Street and of stock exchanges in London and the US. Most recently, he worked at strategic advisory partnership Ridge-Lane.

Other senior Kyndryl hires from outside IBM include Vic Bhagat, a former CIO for Verizon Enterprise Solutions, EMC, and several units of GE as the head of its customer advisory practice, and COO Harsh Chugh, most recently CFO at SaaS provider PlanSource.

Who is on Kyndryl’s board?

To provide the new company with more stability, Kyndryl’s board of directors will serve overlapping three-year terms through 2027, so it’ll take at least two elections for an outside group to take control of the board.

Kyndryl’s first 10 directors are:

  • CEO Martyn Schroeter, board chairman
  • Stephen Hester, lead independent director. He was CEO of RSA Insurance Group until June 2021, and is chairman of easyJet
  • Dominic Caruso, retired Johnson & Johnson CFO
  • John Harris, former VP of business development for Raytheon and board member at Cisco Systems
  • Shirley Ann Jackson, president of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
  • Janina Kugel, former CHRO and member of the managing board of German industrial conglomerate Siemens
  • Denis Machuel, CEO of temporary staffing firm Adecco
  • Rahul Merchant, former head of technology at retirement fund TIAA, Fannie Mae, and Merrill Lynch, and current board member at Convergint Technologies, Global Cloud Exchange, Juniper Networks, and Emulex
  • Jana Schreuder, retired COO of Northern Trust and current board member at Entrust Datacard and Blucora
  • Howard Ungerleider, president and CFO of commodity chemicals company Dow

What does Kyndryl’s split mean for IBM?

IBM is still one of the biggest technology businesses in the world. Its separation from Kyndryl freed it from a legacy business that wasn’t growing, and enabled it to reorganize into three main operating segments now called Software, Consulting (formerly Global Business Services), and Infrastructure. It’s doing well post-split: For the full year 2021 revenue from Software rose 5.3% to $24.1 billion, and Consulting made $17.8 billion, up 9.8%, although revenue from Infrastructure, the segment Kyndryl was spun out of, fell 2.4% to $14.2 billion. Those trends, both positive and negative, continued through the first half of 2022.

Customer needs for application services and infrastructure services are diverging, and so spinning off Kyndryl will allow IBM to focus on growing its open hybrid cloud platform and AI capabilities, IBM CEO Arvind Krishna said in October 2020. The split turns IBM from a services-led company to one making more than half its revenue from software and solutions.

But until that growth takes hold, Kyndryl and IBM remain close, as they began their separate lives as one another’s largest customers.

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Killexams : Application Management Services Market Recovery and Impact Analysis Report Accenture, IBM, Infosys

New Jersey, United States, Oct. 10, 2022 /DigitalJournal/ The Application Management Services (AMS) Market research report provides all the information related to the industry. It gives the markets outlook by giving authentic data to its client which helps to make essential decisions. It gives an overview of the market which includes its definition, applications and developments, and manufacturing technology. This Application Management Services (AMS) market research report tracks all the recent developments and innovations in the market. It gives the data regarding the obstacles while establishing the business and guides to overcome the upcoming challenges and obstacles.

Application management services include outsourcing your application support to an external provider specializing in monitoring and maintaining application delivery. Outsourcing your companys IT tasks that are a top priority can free up internal resources and help keep things running smoothly. An increase in the use of BOYD (bring your device) in enterprises, strong demand for mobile applications, and robust mobile application management services are the major factors driving the growth of the global application management services market. Additionally, an expansion in the use of cloud computing and enterprises seeking to derive value from cloud, analytics, social computing, and cognitive computing technologies is fueling the growth of the global market.

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This Application Management Services (AMS) research report throws light on the major market players thriving in the market; it tracks their business strategies, financial status, and upcoming products.

Some of the Top companies Influencing this Market include:Accenture, IBM, Infosys, TCS, Atos Origin, Bourntec Solutions, Capgemini, Cognizant, CSC, Deloitte, Fujitsu, HP, Iblesoft, Ingenuity Technologies, L&T Infotech, Logica, Tech Mahindra, NTT Data, Wipro, Xerox,

Market Scenario:

Firstly, this Application Management Services (AMS) research report introduces the market by providing an overview that includes definitions, applications, product launches, developments, challenges, and regions. The market is forecasted to reveal strong development by driven consumption in various markets. An analysis of the current market designs and other basic characteristics is provided in the Application Management Services (AMS) report.

Regional Coverage:

The region-wise coverage of the market is mentioned in the report, mainly focusing on the regions:

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  • South America
  • Asia and Pacific region
  • Middle East and Africa
  • Europe

Segmentation Analysis of the market

The market is segmented based on the type, product, end users, raw materials, etc. the segmentation helps to deliver a precise explanation of the market

Market Segmentation: By Type

Discrete AMS, Embedded AMS,

Market Segmentation: By Application

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An assessment of the market attractiveness about the competition that new players and products are likely to present to older ones has been provided in the publication. The research report also mentions the innovations, new developments, marketing strategies, branding techniques, and products of the key participants in the global Application Management Services (AMS) market. To present a clear vision of the market the competitive landscape has been thoroughly analyzed utilizing the value chain analysis. The opportunities and threats present in the future for the key market players have also been emphasized in the publication.

This report aims to provide:

  • A qualitative and quantitative analysis of the current trends, dynamics, and estimations from 2022 to 2029.
  • The analysis tools such as SWOT analysis and Porter’s five force analysis are utilized, which explain the potency of the buyers and suppliers to make profit-oriented decisions and strengthen their business.
  • The in-depth market segmentation analysis helps identify the prevailing market opportunities.
  • In the end, this Application Management Services (AMS) report helps to save you time and money by delivering unbiased information under one roof.

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Global Application Management Services (AMS) Market Research Report 2022 – 2029

Chapter 1 Application Management Services (AMS) Market Overview

Chapter 2 Global Economic Impact on Industry

Chapter 3 Global Market Competition by Manufacturers

Chapter 4 Global Production, Revenue (Value) by Region

Chapter 5 Global Supply (Production), Consumption, Export, Import by Regions

Chapter 6 Global Production, Revenue (Value), Price Trend by Type

Chapter 7 Global Market Analysis by Application

Chapter 8 Manufacturing Cost Analysis

Chapter 9 Industrial Chain, Sourcing Strategy and Downstream Buyers

Chapter 10 Marketing Strategy Analysis, Distributors/Traders

Chapter 11 Market Effect Factors Analysis

Chapter 12 Global Application Management Services (AMS) Market Forecast

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Killexams : IBM Acquires Dialexa

IBM (NYSE:IBM) acquired Dialexa, a Dallas TX and Chicago, IL-based digital product engineering services firm.

The amount of the deal was not disclosed. The transaction is expected to close in the fourth quarter of this year and is subject to customary closing conditions and regulatory clearances.

The acquisition is expected to enhance IBM’s product engineering expertise and provide end-to-end digital transformation services for clients. Upon close, Dialexa will join IBM Consulting, strengthening IBM’s digital product engineering services presence in the Americas.

Founded in 2010 and led by CEO Scott Harper, Dialexa delivers a suite of digital product engineering services, enabling organizations to create new products to drive business outcomes. The company has deep experience delivering end-to-end digital product engineering services consisting of strategy, design, build, launch, and optimization services across cloud platforms including AWS and Microsoft Azure. Its team of 300 product managers, designers, full-stack engineers and data scientists, based in Dallas and Chicago, advise and create custom, commercial-grade digital products for clients such as Deere & Company, Pizza Hut US, and Toyota Motor North America.

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Killexams : Insurance Claims Management Market May See a Big Move : Major Giants UNIQA, Oracle, IBM: Insurance Claims Management Market 2022-2028

New Jersey, NJ -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/12/2022 -- The Latest research study released by HTF MI "Global Insurance Claims Management Market" with 100+ pages of analysis on business Strategy taken up by key and emerging industry players and delivers know how of the current market development, landscape, technologies, drivers, opportunities, market viewpoint and status. Understanding the segments helps in identifying the importance of different factors that aid the market growth. Some of the Major Companies covered in this Research are IBM, Cerner, Oracle, Avaya, Genpact, Cognizant Technology, Accenture, Allscripts Healthcare, Athenahealth, Colfax Corporation, UNIQA, McKesson, Optum, Conifer Health Solutions, nThrive, Eclinicalworks, Unitedhealth Group, Gebbs Healthcare Solutions, DST Systems, DXC Technology, Applied Epic, Oxcyon, Jenesis, HawkSoft, Eclipse, NowCerts, ClaimXperience, Virtual Claims Adjuster, ClaimZone & WaterStreet etc.

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On the basis of report- titled segments and sub-segment of the market are highlighted below:
Global Insurance Claims Management Market By Application/End-User (Value and Volume from 2022 to 2027) : Large Enterprises & SMEs

Market By Type (Value and Volume from 2022 to 2027) : , On-premises & Cloud-based

Global Insurance Claims Management Market by Key Players: IBM, Cerner, Oracle, Avaya, Genpact, Cognizant Technology, Accenture, Allscripts Healthcare, Athenahealth, Colfax Corporation, UNIQA, McKesson, Optum, Conifer Health Solutions, nThrive, Eclinicalworks, Unitedhealth Group, Gebbs Healthcare Solutions, DST Systems, DXC Technology, Applied Epic, Oxcyon, Jenesis, HawkSoft, Eclipse, NowCerts, ClaimXperience, Virtual Claims Adjuster, ClaimZone & WaterStreet
Geographically, this report is segmented into some key Regions, with manufacture, depletion, revenue (million USD), and market share and growth rate of Insurance Claims Management in these regions, from 2017 to 2027 (forecast), covering China, USA, Europe, Japan, Korea, India, Southeast Asia & South America and its Share (%) and CAGR for the forecasted period 2022 to 2027

Informational Takeaways from the Market Study: The report Insurance Claims Management matches the completely examined and evaluated data of the noticeable companies and their situation in the market considering impact of Coronavirus. The measured tools including SWOT analysis, Porter's five powers analysis, and assumption return debt were utilized while separating the improvement of the key players performing in the market.

Key Development's in the Market: This segment of the Insurance Claims Management report fuses the major developments of the market that contains confirmations, composed endeavors, R&D, new thing dispatch, joint endeavours, and relationship of driving members working in the market.

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Some of the important question for stakeholders and business professional for expanding their position in the Global Insurance Claims Management Market :
Q 1. Which Region offers the most rewarding open doors for the market Ahead of 2021?
Q 2. What are the business threats and Impact of latest scenario Over the market Growth and Estimation?
Q 3. What are probably the most encouraging, high-development scenarios for Insurance Claims Management movement showcase by applications, types and regions?
Q 4.What segments grab most noteworthy attention in Insurance Claims Management Market in 2020 and beyond?
Q 5. Who are the significant players confronting and developing in Insurance Claims Management Market?

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Key poles of the TOC:
Chapter 1 Global Insurance Claims Management Market Business Overview
Chapter 2 Major Breakdown by Type [, On-premises & Cloud-based]
Chapter 3 Major Application Wise Breakdown (Revenue & Volume)
Chapter 4 Manufacture Market Breakdown
Chapter 5 Sales & Estimates Market Study
Chapter 6 Key Manufacturers Production and Sales Market Comparison Breakdown
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Chapter 8 Manufacturers, Deals and Closings Market Evaluation & Aggressiveness
Chapter 9 Key Companies Breakdown by Overall Market Size & Revenue by Type
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Chapter 11 Business / Industry Chain (Value & Supply Chain Analysis)
Chapter 12 Conclusions & Appendix

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Wed, 12 Oct 2022 02:25:00 -0500 en-US text/html https://insurancenewsnet.com/oarticle/insurance-claims-management-market-may-see-a-big-move-major-giants-uniqa-oracle-ibm-insurance-claims-management-market-2022-2028-4 Killexams : Biden: IBM investment to help in tech competition with China President Joe Biden predicted Thursday that a $20 billion investment by IBM in New York's Hudson River Valley will help deliver the United States a technological edge against China, hailing the expansion during an appearance with two House Democrats in competitive races in next month's critical elections.

The president cited IBM's commitment as part of a larger manufacturing boom, spurred by this summer's passage of a $280 billion measure intended to boost the semiconductor industry and scientific research. That legislation was needed for national and economic security, Biden said in Poughkeepsie, adding that "the Chinese Communist Party actively lobbied against" it.

"The United States has to lead the world of producing these advanced chips - this law is going to make sure that it will," Biden said.

The speech was part of a whirlwind trip that focused heavily on campaigning and included two fundraising events. During one, he warned that Russian President Vladimir Putin's threat about using nuclear weapons as his Ukrainian invasion has floundered is the most severe "threat of Armageddon" since Cuban Missile Crisis in 1962.

Democratic candidates have largely avoided election-year appearances with Biden, whose approval ratings remain underwater. Bucking that trend in New York were Reps. Sean Patrick Maloney and Pat Ryan, who attended the president's remarks at IBM.

The lawmakers, along with Democratic Gov. Kathy Hochul, greeted Biden upon his arrival at Stewart Air National Guard Base.

"When I heard @POTUS was looking to see the benefits of the CHIPS & Science Act first-hand, I told him that the Hudson Valley was the perfect place," Maloney wrote Wednesday on Twitter. "I'm thrilled to host him in Poughkeepsie this week to celebrate the major wins and good-paying jobs we are delivering here in NY."

The CHIPS and Science Act, which Biden signed in August, was a rare bill for which the president was able to win bipartisan support.

IBM's $20 billion investment over the next decade is intended to bolster research and development and the manufacture of semiconductors, mainframe technology, artificial intelligence and quantum computing.

"As we tackle large-scale technological challenges in climate, energy, transportation and more, we must continue to invest in innovation and discovery - because advanced technologies are key to solving these problems and driving economic prosperity, including better jobs, for millions of Americans," said Arvind Krishna, IBM's chairman and CEO.

IBM's commitment comes on the heels of chipmaker Micron announcing this week an investment of up to $100 billion over the next 20-plus years to build a plant in upstate New York that could create 9,000 factory jobs. In his remarks, Biden also celebrated Intel's plant groundbreaking in Ohio and an investment by WolfSpeed for chip production in North Carolina.

Maloney, chairman of the Democratic congressional campaign fundraising arm, is running against Republican state Assemblyman Mike Lawler in the 17th Congressional District. Ryan faces state Assemblyman Colin Schmitt in the 18th District.

The boundaries of most New York districts, including Maloney's and Ryan's, have been affected by redistricting.

Ryan in August won a close special election to serve out the term of Democrat Antonio Delgado, who vacated his 19th District seat after he was appointed lieutenant governor by Hochul. Ryan is running for a full term in the 18th District, where he lives.

Maloney, who had represented that district since 2013, decided to run in the 17th District. His Hudson Valley home fell inside the new boundaries after redistricting.

Hochul, who took office last year after Democrat Andrew Cuomo resigned amid sexual harassment allegations, is looking to win a full term as governor. Her opponent is Republican Rep. Lee Zeldin.

Later Thursday, Biden spoke out against Republicans at a fundraiser at the home of New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy in support of the Democratic National Committee. The president has warned that followers of former President Donald Trump who deny the results of the 2020 presidential election are a threat to U.S. democracy, labeling them through Trump's slogan of "Make America Great Again."

"Not all Republicans are MAGA Republicans," he said, but a "good 35% are Trumpites."

In the evening, Biden attended a Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee fundraiser in Manhattan hosted by James Murdoch, the son of News Corp. publisher Rupert Murdoch. He warned about Putin hinting in a speech last month about deploying Russia's nuclear arsenal, a possible response to the recent loss of territory to Ukrainian forces.

"We have not faced the prospect of Armageddon since Kennedy and the Cuban Missile Crisis," Biden said.

James Murdoch and his wife, Kathryn, a climate change activist, were major donors to Biden's 2020 presidential campaign. In 2020, Murdoch resigned from the board of News Corp. amid differences over editorial content at his father's company, which operates The Wall Street Journal and the New York Post. The elder Murdoch is also chairman of Fox Corp., which includes Fox News Channel.

While Biden has been kept at arms length by many Democratic candidates, he's been a prodigious fundraiser for his party this election cycle, raising more than $19.6 million for the Democratic National Committee.

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Killexams : RemSense Technologies marries virtualplant system with IBM’s asset management portal

RemSense Technologies Ltd (ASX:REM) has reached a new development milestone after integrating its virtualplant asset visualisation system with partner IBM’s Maximo Application Suite (MAS).

The technology company says the two-way integration allows users to access RemSense’s industry-leading digital twin solution alongside IBM’s asset management system.

Ultimately, this makes simultaneous asset management more efficient — users can rapidly comprehend assets from the MAS portal within RemSense’s visually accurate virtual environment.

Additionally, users can monitor MAS plant asset data directly within virtualplant’s photorealistic environment.

This provides valuable background and insight as companies supervise their assets remotely, helping them engage in predictive maintenance when it counts.

Where to from here?

It won’t be long until industry gets to see the integration in action. RemSense and IBM plan to make their debut at the upcoming WA Mining Conference and Exhibition in Perth.

The maiden demonstration will take place at IBM’s booth (#8132) this week on October 12 and 13.

The companies are also working with several prospective adopters in Australia’s mining capital.

‘One click’ access

RemSense managing director and CEO Steve Brown said the IBM integration allowed users from either side to get the best of both worlds.

“The benefits of this integration will enable virtualplant and MAS users to fully benefit from the visualisation of assets through a ‘one click’ access for companies and contractors, from anywhere at any time,” he explained.

“We are also delighted to be working with IBM to launch our joint corrosion inspection and reporting function based on virtualplant’s high-resolution curated dataset and IBM’s extensive experience in visual analytics.”

IBM ANZ’s business unit executive for sustainability software, David Small, said the company was really excited about the integration’s evolution.

“The visualisation of assets will provide immense value to our clients and creates a unique experience to navigate and analyse data in a human-centric environment,” he said.

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