When you need visibility and control, the difference is IBM Cloud.

In work. At home. At rest. On the move. Cloud technology has changed the way we live our lives. Adaptable, flexible, and cost effective, it should also be open, secure and built for a world driven by data and analytics.

NHS Blood and Transplant

Before a single life can be saved with a donor organ, a complex chain of events has to be coordinated. NHS Blood and Transplant use Business Process Management on the IBM Cloud to manage the matching and allocation processes identifying potential recipients of every donated organ.

Like NHS Blood & Transplant, IBM is committed to making life different with cloud.

For us, the cloud is about letting other people worry about things like how many virtual machines we need to run in which data centre.

Aaron Powell, Chief Digital Officer at NHSB&T

IBM Cloud and Analytics

Harnessing the power of data and analytics delivered through the cloud can be a game-changer for business. For example, IBM and The Weather Company’s strategic partnership brings unmatched capabilities of weather data to our clients, joining The Weather Company’s weather data, forecasting and analytical models together with IBM’s deep expertise in combining weather data and analytics to bring real value to the market.

You can start exploring how to unlock value from your data through tools such as Watson Analytics, or learn how data can help improve user experience with IBM Performance Management.

IBM Cloud and Analytics