IBM to open Innovation Center in Viseu

Monday 7 November 2016 | 14:41 CET | News
IBM will open its new Innovation Center in Viseu, Portugal, where it already has approximately 40 of the 120 planned employees. The president of IBM Portugal, Antonio Raposo Lima, told the Lusa agency that the centre will be run by Softinsa (a company from the group) and will provide services both to national and international customers. In detail, it will be dedicated to provision of services, initially in the banking, distribution, retail and smart cities sectors, and also aims to expand its activities to the development of new solutions (mobile, cloud, cognitive, among others). In this

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