THINK at a glance

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IBM manages a spectrum of credentials to fit the needs of many audiences. IBM Professional Certifications represent the acquisition of deep knowledge on a particular topic and enable customers, IBM Business Partners, and IBMers to demonstrate to colleagues and employers their expertise in the related IBM technologies and solutions.

 As we have done a several conferences, we provided the opportunity for people to take a certification exam – for free – while they were at THINK 2019. Over 400 people took advantage of this offer, with “IBM Cloud” being the most popular topic, and “IBM Analytics” and “IBM Systems” also attracting a lot of attention. If you missed THINK 2019, you can revisit your favorite sessions, catch moments you may have missed, and share insights with your network. The playlists and videos at offer you the chance to relive the highlights of Think 2019.

Interested in learning more about IBM Professional Certification can benefit you and your organization? Visit us at for the latest information.

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