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IBM Corporation

Numéro d'identification dans le Registre : 7721359944-96
Date d'inscription : 08/01/09 22:55:00

La dernière modification des informations sur cet organisme date du 30/12/13 14:56:31
La dernière mise à jour annuelle date du 30/12/13 14:56:31


Entité enregistrée : Organisation ou personne agissant en qualité d'indépendant

Nom ou raison sociale : IBM Corporation
Acronyme : IBM
Statut légal : Corporation
Site internet : http://www.ibm.com

Catégories

Catégorie: II – Représentants internes et groupements professionnels
et plus précisément : Sociétés & groupes

Personne juridiquement responsable

Nom et prénom: Mademoiselle  Virginia Rometty
Fonction : Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer

Permanent chargé des relations avec l'UE

Nom et prénom: Monsieur  Liam Benham
Fonction : Vice President, Governmental Programs, Europe

Coordonnées :

Coordonnées du siège de l'organisme : 1 New Orchard Road 
10504 Armonk, New York
ETATS-UNIS
Numéro de téléphone : (+914) 499 1900
Numéro de télécopieur: (+) 
Autres informations sur les coordonnées : Brussels Office:

Liam Benham
Vice President, Governmental Programs, Europe
IBM Europe
Ave. de Cortenbergh 116
B-1000 Brussels, Belgium

Objectifs et missions

Les objectifs et les missions de l'organisme : IBM is a globally integrated enterprise that targets the intersection of technology and effective business. The company seeks to be a partner in its clients’ success by enabling their own capacity for distinctive innovation. To help clients achieve growth, effectiveness, efficiency
and the realization of greater value through innovation, IBM draws upon the world’s leading systems, software and services capabilities.

BUSINESS SEGMENTS & CAPABILITIES

The company’s major operations comprise a Global Technology
Services segment; a Global Business Services segment; a Systems and Technology segment; a Software segment; and a Global Financing segment.


RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
IBM’s research and development (R&D) operations differentiate the company from its competitors. IBM annually spends approximately $6 billion for R&D, focusing its investments in high-growth, high-value opportunities.

In addition to producing world-class hardware and software products, IBM innovations are a major differentiator in providing solutions for the company’s clients through its growing services activities. The company’s investments in R&D also result in intellectual property (IP) income of approximately $1 billion annually. Some of IBM’s technological breakthroughs are used exclusively in IBM products, while others are licensed and may be used in either/both IBM products and/or the products of the licensee.

INTEGRATED OPERATIONS
IBM’s ability to deliver differentiating innovation to its clients is being greatly enhanced by the company’s global integration which is simultaneously giving the company better economics and deeper capabilities, while eliminating redundancies that were built up over fifty years as a growing multinational enterprise. The company operates in 170 countries, with approximately 69 percent of its employees outside the U.S. As a globally integrated enterprise, the company organizes work based on the right costs, the right skills and the right business environment, integrating deeply with its partners, suppliers and clients. Being global is about gaining access to talent and skills and then scaling them globally to develop new, distinctive capabilities. The company’s integrated operations enable IBM to be the most efficient, responsive and globally integrated enterprise — able to instantly leverage its expertise and capabilities — anywhere, at any time.

IBM’s STRATEGY

In IBM’s view, today’s networked economy has created a global business landscape and a mandate for business change. Integrated global economies have opened markets of new opportunity and new sources of skills. The Internet has enabled communication and collaboration across the world and brought with it a new computing model premised
on continuous global connection. In that landscape, companies can distribute work and technology anywhere in the world. Given these opportunities, IBM is working with its clients to develop new business designs and technical architectures that allow their businesses the flexibility required to compete in this new landscape. The business is also adjusting its footprint toward emerging geographies, tapping their double-digit growth, providing the technology infrastructure they need, and taking advantage of the talent pools they provide to better service the company’s clients.
Les intérêts de l'organisme se situent au(x) plan(s) :
  • mondial

Nombre de personnes participant aux activités qui relèvent du champ d'application du registre de transparence

Nombre de personnes: 7
Informations complémentaires: IBM employees carrying out advocacy activities and whose core task is interfacing with EU institutions.

Personnes accréditées pour accéder aux bâtiments du Parlement européen

Prénom Nom Date de début Date de fin
Nicholas Hodac 16/01/14 14/01/15

Activités

Principales initiatives liées à l'UE couvertes l'année précédente par des activités relevant du champ d'application du registre de transparence:


IBM has a wide interest in public policy. Here below a non-exhaustive list of the main EU initiatives followed during 2013:
- 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)
- Horizon 2020 package
- ERDF regulation
- EU-US Trade Negotations (TTIP)
- 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)
- 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

Domaines d'intérêt pour les alertes par courriel concernant les consultations et les feuilles de route

Les centres d'intérêts déclarés par l'organisme :
  • Affaires économiques et financières
  • Affaires générales et institutionnelles
  • Affaires intérieures
  • Audiovisuel et médias
  • Budget
  • Commerce
  • Concurrence
  • Consommateurs
  • Culture
  • Développement
  • Douanes
  • Éducation
  • Élargissement  
  • Emploi et affaires sociales  
  • Energie
  • Entreprises
  • Environnement  
  • Fiscalité
  • Justice et droits fondamentaux
  • Marché intérieur 
  • Politique étrangère et de sécurité 
  • Politique régionale  
  • Recherche et technologie   
  • Relations extérieures   
  • Réseaux transeuropéens  
  • Santé publique   
  • Société de l'information    
  • Transports  

Réseaux - Networking

Informations concernant l'appartenance de l'organisme à une ou plusieurs associations/fédérations/confédérations ou, si l'organisme appartient à un réseau, même ad hoc, informations concernant ces liens.




American Chamber of Commerce to the European Union
BUSINESSEUROPE
Digitaleurope
European Services Forum
Open Forum Europe
CSR Europe
Transatlantic Business Council
International Chamber of Commerce
Lisbon Council
German Marshall Fund
European Study Group
European Organisation for Security (EOS)
European Internet Foundation
Transatlantic Policy Network
NESSI

Données financières

Année de l'exercice : 01/2012 - 12/2012
Estimation des coûts liés aux activités directes de représentation d'intérêts effectuées par l'organisme auprès des institutions européennes durant cet exercice : >= 1000000  € et < 1250000  €
Montant et source des financements reçus des institutions de l'Union au cours de l'exercice financier n-1 de l'enregistrement
Marchés: 0 €
Subventions: 14 128 348 €
Autres informations financières ou précisions complémentaires fournies par l'organisme au regard de la transparence :

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 is extracted from the 'European Financial Transparency Register' - http://ec.europa.eu/beneficiaries/fts/index_en.htm - for the year 2012.

With regard to Procurement, the European Commission website does not provide separate figures for IBM legal entities.

IBM has not compared these figures with what is included in any of its otherwise publicly available financial information.



Code de conduite

En s'enregistrant, l'organisation a signé le code de conduite du registre de transparence.