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IBM Corporation

Tunnistenumero rekisterissä: 7721359944-96
Rekisteröintipäivä: 08/01/2009 22:55:00

Tietoja päivitetty viimeksi: 24/06/2015 10:51:06
Edellinen vuotuinen päivitys: 24/04/2015 13:55:22
Päivitettävä viimeistään: 24/04/2016

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IBM Corporation

IBM

Corporation

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Yritykset ja ryhmät

    Yhteystiedot

New Orchard Road, 1
10504 Armonk, New York
YHDYSVALLAT

(+914) 499 1900

Avenue de Cortenbergh, 116
1000 Bruxelles
BELGIA

(+32) 27387705

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Virginia Rometty

Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer

    EU-suhteista vastaava henkilö

Liam Benham

Vice President, Government and Regulatory Affairs, Europe

    Tavoitteet ja tehtävät

IBM is a global technology and innovation company headquartered in Armonk, NY. IBM offers a wide range of technology and consulting services; a broad portfolio of middleware for collaboration, predictive analytics, software development and systems management; and the world's most advanced servers and supercomputers. Utilizing its business consulting, technology and R&D expertise, IBM helps clients become "smarter" as the planet becomes more digitally interconnected.

IBM in Europe:

IBM is just as much at home in Europe as anywhere else in the world. For more than a century, we have been working in Europe on innovation that matters to Europeans. Four of our European-based lab scientists have been awarded Nobel prizes for physics.
IBM is present all across Europe and our team here is as large as our team in the United States. We continue to invest in Europe: in cutting-edge research and new data center facilities, creating jobs across the continent and fostering a new generation of scientists and technology experts.
IBM plays an active role in Europe’s digital ecosystem, partnering and sharing resources, technology and know-how with start-ups and SMEs, enabling them to be more competitive and innovative. Having been actively involved in the EU’s FP7 research programme, we are now launching collaboration in numerous Horizon 2020 projects – all in an effort to create and innovate for the benefit of Europeans.
In Europe, public services, governments and companies – large and small – work with us to provide more forward thinking, more effective, healthier and safer services to their citizens & customers.

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As a major investor and employer in Europe, IBM has a wide interest in public policy. Here below a non-exhaustive list of the main EU initiatives followed during 2014:
- Horizon 2020
- ERDF regulation
- Proposal for a Directive on conditions of entry and residence of third-country nationals in the framework of an intra-corporate transfer ( COM (2010) 378 final)
- European Cloud Computing Strategy, Communication COM(2012) 529 final
- General Data Protection Regulation (Proposal COM(2012) 11 final)
- Proposal for a Directive concerning measures to ensure a high common level of network and information security across the Union (COM (2013) 48 final)
- EU-US Trade Negotiations (TTIP) & other EU FTAs' negotiations
- Communication from the Commission to the European Parliament and the Council on the Functioning of the Safe Harbour from the Perspective of EU Citizens and Companies Established in the EU COM(2013) 847 final
- Proposal for a Directive amending Council Directives 78/660/EEC and 83/349/EEC as regards disclosure of nonfinancial and diversity information by certain large companies and groups

IBM: Innovation that matters to Europeans, http://goo.gl/Lvy71Y

Public event, ‘Big data and Data Privacy: Social needs, Policy Choices and Responsible Innovation’, Brussels, 23 September 2014


 

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- The Open Innovation Strategy and Policy Group (DG Connect)
- Cloud Computing Strategy Working Groups (DG Connect)
- NIS Platform
- JRC Working Groups on Innovation and the role of patents
- ITS Platform

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IBM is also member of the Alliance for Internet of Things Innovation and of the European Innovation Partnership on Water.

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Beyond the employees included above, additional IBM experts have been involved in activities falling within the scope of the Register for an amount of time representing less than 5% of their total working hours.

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Elisa MOLINO 11/04/2015 09/04/2016
Sarah GREENWOOD 06/06/2015 04/06/2016
Liam BENHAM 04/06/2015 02/06/2016

    Intressialueet

  • Aluepolitiikka
  • Audiovisuaaliala ja tiedotusvälineet
  • Energia
  • Euroopan laajuiset verkot
  • Kansanterveys
  • Kauppapolitiikka
  • Kehitysyhteistyö
  • Kilpailu
  • Koulutus
  • Kulttuuri
  • Kuluttaja-asiat
  • Laajentuminen
  • Liikenne
  • Oikeusasiat ja perusoikeuksien
  • Sisäasiat
  • Sisämarkkinat
  • Talousarvio
  • Talous- ja raha-asiat
  • Tietoyhteiskunta
  • Tulli
  • Tutkimus ja teknologia
  • Työllisyys ja sosiaaliasiat
  • Ulko- ja turvallisuuspolitiikka
  • Ulkosuhteet
  • Verotus
  • Yleiset ja institutionaaliset asiat
  • Ympäristö
  • Yritystoiminta

    Jäsenet ja jäsenyydet

American Chamber of Commerce to the European Union
BUSINESSEUROPE (Advisory and Support Group)
Digitaleurope
European Services Forum
Friends of Europe / Security and Defence Agenda
Open Forum Europe
CSR Europe
Lisbon Council
German Marshall Fund US
European Internet Forum
Transatlantic Policy Network
NESSI
Business Software Alliance (BSA)
The American European Community Association (AECA)

    Rahoitustiedot

01/2014  -  12/2014

>= 1 500 000 € - < 1 749 000 €

21 920 841 €

IT Contracts

15 507 559 €

EU R&D Framework Programmes

2. Estimated costs
IBM has declared the financial support it provides to all networks, trade associations, coalitions and think-tanks that assist IBM in representing itself to the European Institutions - whether or not these organizations have themselves registered as part of the Transparency Register.
With respect to direct representation costs IBM has identified the individuals who have a responsibility to represent IBM to the European Institutions and the percentage of the time they spend in direct representation of IBM's interests.

3. Amount and source of funding
Following the guidelines published by the European Commission, the financial information provided concerning Grants & Procurement is extracted from the 'European Financial Transparency Register' - http://ec.europa.eu/beneficiaries/fts/index_en.htm - for the year 2013 (most recent available information).

Due to the size and complexity of IBM operations across Europe and multiple touch points with the EU institutions, IBM has not compared these figures with what is included in any of its otherwise publicly available financial information.

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