Learn from IBM clients' success

How did these companies succeed? Learn how IBM is helping industry leaders from around the world innovate and grow through digital reinvention, experience design and cognitive.

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HR and Talent

A leading multinational bank

A leading multinational bank innovates in-house learning processes, saving over $2 million in first six months.

IBM helped a leading multinational bank — with approximately 60,000 employees in more than 30 countries — deliver innovative, standardized content via a cloud-based, blended learning model that supports business objectives and has reduced delivery costs and redundant processes.

HR and Talent

Allstate

IBM helped Allstate enhance and streamline human resource management with SAP® SuccessFactors®.

By using intuitive and integrated HR applications, it helped cut technical tasks by up to 60 percent.

HR and Talent

Ashurst

Enabled agility and growth by moving HR to the Cloud.

Ashurst and IBM Global Business Services are building centralized, integrated approaches to human capital management in the Oracle HCM Cloud — creating valuable synergies between HR and the business.

Marketing

Bank of China

Building the first smart branch

Bank of China (BOC) is setting a new standard for the banking industry by incorporating innovative technologies and creating a seamless experience on and offline.

Marketing

Bestore

Creating a better omni-channel experience

Bestore implemented flexible, scalable online ordering solutions based on SAP Hybris B2C Commerce.

HR and Talent

Brockenhurst College

IBM helps Brockenhurst College shape a more engaging and personalized student experience

Over a five-year period, Brockenhurst expects to boost student recruitment and retention by 15 percent, and increase its reputation by 30 percent.

HR and Talent

Brooks Brothers

Revitalizing human resource management

Brooks Brothers increased employee data efficiency and eliminated paper-based processes with IBM and SAP SuccessFactors.

IT/Technology

Camposol

Transforming data into actionable insights

Camposol engaged IBM Global Business Services to transform the business, optimizing advanced SAP ERP and SAP HANA solutions.

Marketing

Dubai Health Authority

Giving mothers peace of mind

With the health of their pregnancies and newborns managed on one app, women can feel more in control and make better decisions.

IT/Technology

Ferrovial

Simplifying global business growth with SAP and IBM

Working with IBM®, a leading Spanish infrastructure operator developed a global and integrated business process management solution based on SAP software that enabled them to reduce time-to-market for international applications from four weeks to two days.

IT/Technology

Kennametal

Delivering industry-leading customer services with a platform for rapid insight from IBM and SAP.

Operations

L’Oreal USA

L’Oréal USA experiences the beauty of cost savings with an IBM solution

L’Oréal USA sought cost-saving, streamlined processes and procedures for its indirect procurement practice to meet corporate goals. IBM Business Process Services analyzed patterns, centralized and automated purchasing processes and educated stakeholders, yielding greater buy-in.

Marketing

MetLife

Getting closer to customers with cognitive

By using IBM® Watson™ to help them do things like analyze the flow of claims data, MetLife will gain an improved ability to compete, lead and win in the marketplace.

Marketing

Nationwide

Member-centric mobile banking

When Nationwide wanted to expand into the world of mobile banking, they worked with IBM® iX to analyze customer behavior and understand the user experience.

IT/Technology

Nationwide

Innovative multi-channel platform for application development and support

In order to support its innovation plans for the future, Nationwide decided to review its process for developing new software. Nationwide set up the Multi-Channel Development Centre, designed to accelerate its transformation agenda by providing innovative, multi-channel products and services for customers.

IT/Technology

Palava by Lodha Group

Running and managing a city of the 21st century

The visionary real estate development company Lodha Group in India decided to create a Smarter City from the ground up, using technology to centralize public safety and emergency services and connect residents with services and with each other.

Marketing

Toronto Raptors

A cognitive slam dunk

IBM iX used IBM Watson cognitive technology and interactive consoles to transform the Raptors’ talent evaluation so managers can build winning teams.

HR and Talent

Waypoint Homes

Attracting higher quality candidates to support the business

During its rapid growth, Waypoint Homes selected IBM for both RPO and Employment Branding solutions, reducing cost of hire by 20 percent and decreasing time-to-fill for open jobs by 35 percent. By recruiting for culture match, turnover rates also dropped 22 percent after several months.

IT/Technology

Westpac New Zealand Ltd.

Putting unprecedented banking power in customers' hands transforms mobile banking

Westpac New Zealand Ltd. wanted to offer its mobile banking customers unprecedented account access and functionality. Working with IBM, they developed a mobile banking platform that puts banking power in the hands of their customers.

HR and Talent

Whirlpool

Optimizing the recruitment process with a strategic partner

With its business goals at the forefront, Whirlpool transformed its recruitment strategy by partnering with IBM Kenexa Recruitment Services, achieving a 94 percent hiring manager satisfaction rate, significantly reducing time-to-fill and decreasing agency usage to less than one percent.

Marketing

Wimbledon

A personalized ticket

IBM iX gives every fan a ticket to the legendary events by engaging them with personalized content, game analysis, opportunities for social sharing, and real-time insights.

Operations

2016 US Women’s Cycling team

Cognitive IoT delivers quantifiable value and competitive advantage

The 2016 US Women’s Cycling team won its first medal of the track cycling world championships. The team used instantaneous insights from instrumented bicycles. Coaches better understood rider power and implemented game changing pacing and switching decisions in real-time.