IBM lives at the intersection of technology and business. This enables us to change the way the world works, and in so doing, to be essential to our clients and to society. Around the world we work with 90% of the world’s top banks, nine of the top 10 oil and gas companies, 40 of the top 50 retailers and 92 of the top 100 healthcare organisations. IBM systems manage banking, reservations, transportation, retail, trading and healthcare systems. Our mainframes alone process 75% of the world’s business data.

How intelligence can reduce child poverty

The New Zealand government’s ambitious commitment to reduce child poverty by half over the next decade is challenging agencies to deeply consider new approaches to empowering front line workers, while dealing with the underlying drivers of poverty – especially housing, education and employment. Read More

Blockchain: the honest bureaucrat

Blockchain has shifted from being an ‘around the corner’ technology to a ‘here and now’ proposition across multiple economic sectors including finance, logistics and property. That creates big opportunities for government at policy, regulatory and procurement levels. Read More

Empowered citizens and the government challenge

VIDEO: Tom Burton talks with Kerry Purcell, the Managing Director for IBM Australia and New Zealand, about how empowered citizens challenge government to offer the same services they get from the big internet providers. Read More