IBM Global Services is the fastest growing IT services company in the Asia Pacific region, excluding Japan, according to statistics from IDC.
The company grew by 10% during the first six months of 2003 in the region, and made more than $400m more in revenue than its closest competitor. IBM Global Services’ growth easily outstripped that of the IT services market in the region, of 7.6%.
IBM’s success is down to a slew of major outsourcing deals and integration of PwC, which it acquired for $3.5bn in 2002.
This article is based on material originally produced by ComputerWire.