GBM Grew by 61% in 2008

The IBM distributor in the region announced its plan for 2009, predicting a 15% growth in 2009.

Wednesday, March 11, 2009


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Faced with the prospect of a difficult 2009, the General Manager of GBM Panama, Guillermo Sáez-Llorens told La Estrella de Panama that "for us, it is important to consider financial risks and funding formulas." He also explained that companies must "optimize technology infrastructure and reduce consumption" as a cost reduction measure."



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