IBM invests USD 60 mln into African skills initiative

Tuesday 28 July 2015 | 11:06 CET | News
IBM has announced an investment of USD 60 million over three years to develop the next generation of technical talent in Africa. As part of the initiative, IBM is expanding the Africa Technical Academy and the company's Africa University Programme to over 20 African countries. IBM said IT professionals across the continent are set to benefit with advanced skills in analytics, cloud and big data technologies which are crucial to the next phase of Africa's economic and social development.

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