This month, The New York Times published an article about IBM’s incredible results this year:
By STEVE LOHRPublished: January 19, 2010
The corporate technology industry is scrambling for higher ground, moving up from hardware into services and mixing in some business software. The goal is steady revenue, higher profit and tighter bonds with customers — and the model is I.B.M., which reported its quarterly results on Tuesday, finishing off a record year of profits for the company.
But how does IBM’s performance compare to other key players in the technology industry? How does IBM’s performance compare to results one year ago? And does IBM’s performance signal a rebound for the overall tech industry?
For insights and data to help address these critical questions, join me tomorrow for the TSIA Service 50 Webcast. Learn how fifty of the largest technology companies performed in 2009. Are tech product revenues coming back? Are profits staying firm? Are service margins continuing to improve? I will answer all of those questions and more.
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