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Kwality Dairy

IBM announced that Kwality Dairy India, one of a leading dairy and dairy products company in Northern India, has selected IBM cloud to improve the dairy’s operational efficiency and productivity in its bid to become a global milk and milk products company.

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IBM (NYSE: IBM) and the Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB) have collaborated to launch a new center dedicated to developing analytics-based technologies in order to help organizations improve their supply chains.

The IBM Supply Chain Analytics Center of Competency (CoC) in Singapore will work to help enhance the region's supply chain expertise and develop global software and hardware supply chain solutions based on business analytics technologies. 

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Small Business Job Growth in the United States

Fifteen large corporations today announced that thousands of small businesses have a new way to do business with them, giving them access to the $300 billion that these corporations spend annually on goods and services.

Small businesses, which are catalyst for the U.S. economy now have access to the supply chains of these 15 corporations by introducing them to a free Web site called Supplier Connection. This portal is similar to the Universal College Application, where a potential vendor need only fill out simplified forms once to be considered for many types of contracts for goods and services.  Through the platform, small businesses can offer their goods and services to many large enterprises with the goal of winning contracts, growing their business and creating jobs. The website was created and is maintained by IBM through a grant of more than $10 million from the IBM International Foundation. 

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