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Date Month 2011 Speaker’s name – job title to go here IBM in the UK and Ireland © 2011 IBM Corporation putting into practice
A century of  innovation   We are in the fabric of  everyday life Helping to build a  smarter planet We stand for
Progress   whether a leap or a step, is important if we want to make the world work better. Progress means furthering the ...
Services and Delivery 56.9% IBM   is the leading technology and services company in the   UK and Ireland Software 22.7% Sy...
<ul><li>Technology Leadership </li></ul><ul><li>200,000 technical people </li></ul><ul><li>More patents and Nobel prize wi...
We are woven into the fabric of  everyday life Powering the latest games consoles IBM microprocessors power the  Sony PS3,...
Coordinating search and rescue IBM is researching robotics to  search rescue areas without  endangering more lives Our  te...
Our  technology  and services  make things work better Designed in Dublin   IBM Connections software gives clients fast ac...
Transforming customer service Working with IBM, Ecotricity has rapidly reengineered it processes and is now adding 1000 cu...
Ireland Software development and fulfillment,  labs in Dublin, Cork and Galway Institute for Business Value leads in econo...
Hursley The largest development laboratory in Europe 1,400 developers including 28 Master Inventors Part of a worldwide ne...
We strive to  make a difference  in the community Volunteer initiatives in UK and Ireland such as  KidSmart   develop  chi...
Environmental policies were introduced in 1971   66% of IBM’s electricity in the UK and Ireland comes from renewable sourc...
70+   different nationalities 150,000+ years of business and technical experience Age range   18 - 69 Progress is made pos...
A  colourful ,   stimulating  and  diverse  working environment promotes innovation We’ve been paying men and women the sa...
Collaboration is the essence of how we work  The 2010 IBM Summit at Start  convened over 1000 leaders from business, acade...
On June 16 th  2011 IBM celebrated its 100 th  anniversary as a corporation.  100 years of continual progress and transfor...
Instrumented It’s a fundamental shift in the way we all live, work and do business. IBM in the UK and Ireland  is at the f...
Challenges  facing the UK and Ireland of UK electricity needs to come from renewable sources in 2020 to meet climate chang...
Challenges  facing the UK and Ireland of Ireland’s produced water is ‘lost’ before it reaches the customer The water indus...
The Co-operative Group The world’s largest consumer cooperative   “ The re-engineering of the POS system so it can be shut...
smarter cities CovJam The worlds first City Jam in Coventry UK   Challenge A streamlined and clear view of operations in o...
IBM has 11 Cloud development labs around the world , including Hursley in Hampshire and Dublin in Ireland IBM and Cable an...
London Analytics  Solution Centre Links to analytics centres in  Berlin, Beijing, Tokyo, New York, Washington, Dallas and ...
This is  IBM in the UK & Ireland
 
Instructions for use –  remove these charts before presenting <ul><li>The presentation works best as a slide show, most pa...
IBM Colour Palette Blue 1 R131,G209,B245 Blue 3 R0,G178,B239 Blue 5 R0,G100,B157 Blue 2 R0,G176,B218 Blue 4 R0,G138,B191 B...
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Insert text, colour it to stand out from your image Images sized 7.62cm x 12.7cm fit well Example 3 But you can have diffe...
Back up charts and Archive section Additional charts which may be relevant
UK & Ireland Icons of CICS Sabre Innovating the Fan Experience Medicine on Demand Smarter Water  Management A Global  Inno...
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Putting Progress into Progress

  1. 1. Date Month 2011 Speaker’s name – job title to go here IBM in the UK and Ireland © 2011 IBM Corporation putting into practice
  2. 2. A century of innovation We are in the fabric of everyday life Helping to build a smarter planet We stand for
  3. 3. Progress whether a leap or a step, is important if we want to make the world work better. Progress means furthering the aspirations of people, communities, companies and institutions. At IBM we listen and we help to solve their problems. It’s in our heritage. It’s our ability to think, to innovate and to apply our depth of real-life experience that is our strength. Stephen Leonard General Manager IBM UK and Ireland “ ”
  4. 4. Services and Delivery 56.9% IBM is the leading technology and services company in the UK and Ireland Software 22.7% Systems and Financing 19.4% We have embraced progress and re-mixed our business to meet changing client needs, enabling innovation, growth and efficiency.
  5. 5. <ul><li>Technology Leadership </li></ul><ul><li>200,000 technical people </li></ul><ul><li>More patents and Nobel prize winners than any other company </li></ul><ul><li>$62bn R&D investment since 2000 </li></ul><ul><li>Financial Strength </li></ul><ul><li>Eight years of double digit earnings growth </li></ul><ul><li>$14 billion added to pre-tax profit base since 2002 </li></ul><ul><li>Robust performance throughout global economic downturn </li></ul><ul><li>Reputation </li></ul><ul><li>The world’s # 2 brand </li></ul><ul><li>The world’s # 1 business brand </li></ul><ul><li>Global Integration </li></ul><ul><li>Maximising efficiency </li></ul><ul><li>IBM is larger outside the US than within </li></ul><ul><li>IBM employs more people in India than any Indian ‘pure play’ </li></ul>IBM globally makes us stronger locally
  6. 6. We are woven into the fabric of everyday life Powering the latest games consoles IBM microprocessors power the Sony PS3, Nintendo Wii and the Xbox 360 Keeping the shelves filled IBM provides analytical and technology services to improve supply chain accuracy Taking cash out of a hole in the wall IBM Hursley developed CICS software in 1969. Today it is used in virtually every cashpoint in the UK and Ireland. It is regarded as the backbone of business. Predicting the weather The Met Office uses IBM supercomputers for forecasting
  7. 7. Coordinating search and rescue IBM is researching robotics to search rescue areas without endangering more lives Our technology and services make things work better Serving up a faultless Wimbledon Since 1990, IBM has worked with Wimbledon to find smarter ways to improve the experience of players and fans alike Creating a cleaner transport system IBM is working with the ETI to evaluate the impact of electric vehicles on the UK electricity grid There are less than 2500 Grevy's zebra left in the wild Marwell Wildlife is using IBM predictive analytics software to identify threats which will help to conserve the Grevy's zebra in the wild
  8. 8. Our technology and services make things work better Designed in Dublin IBM Connections software gives clients fast access to everyone in their network - colleagues, customers and partners Self service at Aer Lingus Aer Lingus delights customers with reduced check-in times after IBM helped design, implement and support automated check-in Taxing vehicles online Every vehicle in Ireland that is taxed online uses and IBM developed solution Flying through check-in with Ryanair IBM worked with Ryanair to introduce one of the world’s first implementations of Chip and PIN enabled airport kiosks
  9. 9. Transforming customer service Working with IBM, Ecotricity has rapidly reengineered it processes and is now adding 1000 customers per month to the advanced customer service and billing system We apply intelligence , reason and science to improve business and society Inhibiting infection by HIV Edinburgh University and IBM are using supercomputing to speed up the design of drugs Helping fishermen harvest shellfish In Galway Bay, data is collected from a variety of sources to inform a host of industries Powering university research University of Southampton’s IBM supercomputer has a peak performance of 74 trillion calculations per second, equal to 4,000 PCs, and is the greenest supercomputer on the UK academic landscape
  10. 10. Ireland Software development and fulfillment, labs in Dublin, Cork and Galway Institute for Business Value leads in economic development, business research and thought leadership Innovation Centre and Venture Capital Centre, enabling start-up companies to create leading-edge software & hardware applications We continually invest in applied innovation Focused on research into Smarter Cities, Risk Science, Exascale Computing and Hybrid Computing One of 12 research laboratories worldwide Dedicated to creating an impact for clients and IBM Collaborates with businesses, cities and universities
  11. 11. Hursley The largest development laboratory in Europe 1,400 developers including 28 Master Inventors Part of a worldwide network of research labs We continually invest in applied innovation Manchester Systems software development laboratory established May 2010 Specialises in IBM POWER7 Systems
  12. 12. We strive to make a difference in the community Volunteer initiatives in UK and Ireland such as KidSmart develop children’s IT skills In the UK and Ireland IBM employees have pledged over 95,000 voluntary hours in 2011’s Celebration of Service IBM has made more than 330 community grants since 2004 Transition to Teaching initiative Encouraging people to re-train as teachers and pass on their expertise
  13. 13. Environmental policies were introduced in 1971 66% of IBM’s electricity in the UK and Ireland comes from renewable sources Leading edge services help clients manage CO 2 Over 40 years of environmental leadership IBM has cut its global CO 2 emissions by 52% since 1990
  14. 14. 70+ different nationalities 150,000+ years of business and technical experience Age range 18 - 69 Progress is made possible by our diverse and talented people
  15. 15. A colourful , stimulating and diverse working environment promotes innovation We’ve been paying men and women the same wages for doing the same job since the 1930s Target Graduate Employer of the Year 2007, 2008, & 2009 2011 Most Popular Graduate Recruiter in Consulting Gradireland ‘Ahead’ Award 2008 IBM named top employer in Stonewall’s 2010 list The Times IT Employer of the Year 2005 – 2011
  16. 16. Collaboration is the essence of how we work The 2010 IBM Summit at Start convened over 1000 leaders from business, academia, science, government and the voluntary sector to explore how collaboratively we can move towards a more sustainable future. In 2011 the debate continued with thousands joining the conversation online in the IBM Start Jam . “ One of the most significant events of its kind that has ever taken place in this country.” Charles Hendry Minister of State for Energy & Climate Change Collaborating to build Smarter Cities Glasgow was recently awarded an IBM Smarter Cities Challenge grant, designed to address the wide range of financial and infrastructure challenges facing the city today. “ This is fantastic news and will help Glasgow as we move forward with our aim to become a European leader in environmental, social and economic sustainability.” Gordon Matheson Leader of Glasgow City Council
  17. 17. On June 16 th 2011 IBM celebrated its 100 th anniversary as a corporation. 100 years of continual progress and transformation We have continually delivered groundbreaking technology and provided business transformation services for clients – while constantly transforming our own business. Computing age Internet age NOW a smarter planet
  18. 18. Instrumented It’s a fundamental shift in the way we all live, work and do business. IBM in the UK and Ireland is at the forefront of how we deliver the promise of a smarter planet. Ahead of us, something meaningful is happening… the world is getting smarter We live on a planet that is getting smarter A planet that is becoming more: Interconnected Intelligent
  19. 19. Challenges facing the UK and Ireland of UK electricity needs to come from renewable sources in 2020 to meet climate change targets. Ireland’s target is 16% In 2007, only 5% of UK electricity came from renewable sources and Ireland imported 96% of all energy used 32% 2016 When UK electricity demand will exceed the capacity of present power stations New plants under construction only delay this date until 2020 increase in electricity demand if half of Britain’s passenger cars were powered by electricity Meeting this demand through nuclear power would require 10 new reactors 26%
  20. 20. Challenges facing the UK and Ireland of Ireland’s produced water is ‘lost’ before it reaches the customer The water industry is the 4th largest user of energy in the UK 50% of households are without a domestic water meter in the UK Fitting a meter can reduce demand by up to 10% 67% 46M domestic gas and electricity meters to be changed to smart technology in 26 million UK households. 1.8 million Irish households to have smart meters by 2013 of data generated over a 7 year period through nationwide deployment of domestic smart meters 400TB
  21. 21. The Co-operative Group The world’s largest consumer cooperative “ The re-engineering of the POS system so it can be shut down at night clearly underlines The Co-operative Group’s continuing commitment to the environment.” Mark Hale Director of IS Food Retail The Co-operative Group Challenge Cut total energy use by 25% by 2012 Solution Software solution powers systems down and automatically brings them back online using &quot;wake-on-LAN&quot; technology smarter energy <ul><li>Benefit </li></ul><ul><li>Automatically switching off devices overnight and re-starting them in the morning is expected to: </li></ul><ul><li>Save 1.68 million Kw hours of electricity annually </li></ul><ul><li>Reduce costs by £120,000 </li></ul><ul><li>Cut CO 2 emissions by 722 tonnes </li></ul>
  22. 22. smarter cities CovJam The worlds first City Jam in Coventry UK Challenge A streamlined and clear view of operations in order to improve customer service. Solution Using the ‘wisdom of crowds’ philosophy, IBM hosted a jam for over 800 city constituents. IBM CoBRA (Corporate Brand Reputation Analysis) was then deployed to analyse the results. Benefits First-ever use of the IBM Jam approach in a UK city delivered unprecedented insight into the opinions of local stakeholders. By connecting diverse groups of people and giving them a forum to collaborate and share information, the Jam has generated innovative ideas. Jam format pulls in unstructured information from multiple sources and provides insight that will help drive Coventry’s strategic development plans over the coming 30 years. “ The IBM Jam brought out practical ideas. People know that we can’t change overnight, that we need to take baby steps to being a smarter city with low-cost, practical projects.” Martin Reeves Chief Executive of Coventry City Council
  23. 23. IBM has 11 Cloud development labs around the world , including Hursley in Hampshire and Dublin in Ireland IBM and Cable and Wireless Worldwide’s UK Smart Energy Cloud provides scalable, secure and flexible data hub to support Smart Metering The UK is a centre of excellence for Cloud security – one of the key client issues with Cloud The Irish Cancer Society is developing a smart Cloud-based system for its ‘Care to Drive’ programme with an IBM Centennial Grant On a Smarter planet, Cloud Computing enables the world to be more instrumented, interconnected and intelligent IBM is working with hundreds of UK and Irish clients to achieve the business benefits of Cloud including cost reduction and much greater agility IBM’s Cloud Services make sure every point played at Wimbledon is captured and analysed in realtime
  24. 24. London Analytics Solution Centre Links to analytics centres in Berlin, Beijing, Tokyo, New York, Washington, Dallas and Zurich The oxygen of a smarter planet is Business Analytics and Optimization IBM Business Analytics and Optimization solutions connect people with trusted, relevant information and foster a fact-based culture , allowing analytics-driven organisations to confidently understand, predict, plan and act to optimise business outcomes.
  25. 25. This is IBM in the UK & Ireland
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  27. 28. IBM Colour Palette Blue 1 R131,G209,B245 Blue 3 R0,G178,B239 Blue 5 R0,G100,B157 Blue 2 R0,G176,B218 Blue 4 R0,G138,B191 Blue 6 R0,G63,B105 Teal 1 R0,G166,B160 Teal 2 R0,G118,B112 Teal 3 R0,G96,B88 Green 1 R140,G198,B63 Green 2 R23,G175,B75 Green 3 R0,G138,B82 Olive 1 R165,G162,B21 Olive 2 R131,G131,B41 Olive 3 R89,G79,B19 Yellow 1 R255,G255,B79 Yellow 2 R255,G207,B1 Yellow 3 R253,G184,B19 Orange 1 R241,G144,B39 Orange 2 R221,G115,B28 Orange 3 R184,G71,B27 Red 1 R240,G78,B55 Red 2 R217,G24,B45 Red 3 R168,G16,B36 Pink 1 R243,G137,B175 Pink 2 R238,G62,B150 Pink 3 R186,G0,B110 Purple 1 R117,G26,B134 Purple 2 R127,G28,B125 Purple 3 R50,G2,B86
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  32. 33. UK & Ireland Icons of CICS Sabre Innovating the Fan Experience Medicine on Demand Smarter Water Management A Global Innovation Jam

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