IBM CEO says direct clients have fallen from 5,000 to 400 in two years

Arvind Krishna calls for partners' help in winning new customers

Doug Woodburn
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IBM CEO says direct clients have fallen from 5,000 to 400 in two years

The number of clients IBM serves directly has fallen from around 5,000 to 400 in the space of two years, its CEO Arvind Krishna said yesterday at CRN parent The Channel Company's 2022 Xchange Best ...

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