New Delhi, Mar 12: Leading IT and technology company IBM today launched the Indian Institute for Business Value (IBV) to address the growing demand for high-value services by clients in India.
IBV, IBM's ''business think tank'', will create fact-based, industry and service area specific thought leadership materials that will enable clients to realise business value, the company said in a statement. ''With the launch of IBV in India, IBM intends to provide local insights and better understanding that will enable clients to have a headstart,'' said Director (Solutions), IBM India and South Asia, K S Raghunandan.
The first IBV India study will be on ''Healthcare India'' focussing on required transformation of the Indian healthcare system to improve accessibility, affordability and sustainability, while delivering enhanced value to all key stakeholders.
Additional studies from the retail, energy and utility industries will follow this year, it added.