IBM establishes Client Innovation Center in Copenhagen, Denmark – January 2017

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IBM is significantly expanding its portfolio in Denmark by creating a new innovation center in Copenhagen.

The new center in Denmark will focus on big data, analytics, cognitive solutions, mobile apps, Internet of Things, blockchain and next generation ERP.

The keywords for the new center is innovation and entrepreneurship. In this way we wish to combine the benefits of a startup environment with the solid role IBM has on the Danish market as the leading IT- and consultant corporation.

Over the next two years, IBM will hire 250 skilled IT workers to staff the center, which has been given the title ‘Client Innovation Center’.

For further information about the new Client Innovation Center or recruitment, please contact Kasper Michaelsen ( and Kasper Bach (


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