November 23, 2018 – 1:04
The Argentinian company president emphasized the commitment.
US multinational technology IBM announced yesterday a $ 15 million investment to promote Argentina's "adoption and technological transformation".
"With this investment, we have consolidated our commitment for 95 years to make Argentina a more competitive business ecosystem," said Roberto Alexander, IBM's Argentine President and CEO.
"The goal of the technological giant" is to "disseminate technological innovation capabilities and encourage the transformation of the adoption and technology of Argentine clients, launchers and universities," said the company in a statement.
In addition, Martínez de "Customer Center" (Technological Innovation Center) in Buenos Aires inaugurates the objective of helping customers "face business challenges of their industries" Artificial Intelligence, Cloud, "Blockchain" "and Security and Internet of Things (IoT), EFE he says.
According to IBM, in Argentina, more than 55% of companies develop plans with IoT applications and 45% AI (Artificial Intelligence) in the coming months. Investments have been upgraded to the data centers of the company of Buenos Aires to strengthen hybrid clouds and hybrid clouds to strengthen local and international customer services and AI deployments. "Our mission is to continue with the support of country development, help with progress and help to overcome business challenges," he said.