IBM Opens New Branch In Morocco

[Techtaffy Newsdesk]

IBM has expanded its operations in Morocco with the opening of an expanded location in the administrative capital, Rabat, effectively doubling its presence in the region. This is IBM’s second subsidiary in Morocco, enhancing the company’s existing Casablanca operation.

The new office in Rabat is part of a broad program of investment that IBM is making across Africa covering the opening of new branches and facilities, the recruitment of new staff and business partners and investment in training, marketing and citizenship programs.

IBM has been serving customers in Morocco since 1932, when IBM installed the first equipment at the Moroccan Statistics Department.

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