IBM stands for International Business Machines Corporation and is a global tech company based in America. It operates from Armonk in New York and provides services in more than 177 countries.

It was first founded in 1911 by Charles Ranlett Flint. Its services range from mainframe computers to the latest nanotechnology and the provision of various computer hardware and software.

IBM has invented a lot of materials, including ATM, the SQL programming language and floppy disk. 

List of IBM Competitors

HP

Also known as the Hewlett-Packard Company is an American IT corporation working across various countries. It operates from California, providing hardware like scanners, printers, cameras, and even servers.

It also has a research wing termed the HP Labs that has successfully provided high-end professional support to Microsoft Windows and other companies. It has a revenue collection of 2 billion USD after running for more than eight decades. 

Xerox

Otherwise known as Xerox Holdings Corporation, this American multinational mainly trades in the information technology sector with its print products, including digital ones. It operates in over 160 countries, and its headquarters are situated in Connecticut, US.

It has a total revenue of 7 billion USD. Furthermore, it has a wide range of printers, including wide format printers, digital ones, multifunction printers and scanners.

Accenture

Dealing in the information technology and consulting industry, this Irish company reportedly had a staggering revenue of 50.53 billion USD in 2021.

Operating from Dublin, Ireland, ever since 2009, the company now works under Julie Sweet, the Chief Executive Officer of Accenture. It provides operation strategy, business consultancy, analytics, software, cloud services, and security.

From the early 90s until 2000, it was also known as Andersen Consulting. It has been working since 1989, making its run over three decades now. 

Oracle

It has headquartered in Austin, Texas, the US. This multinational company deals in cloud computing, computer hardware, consulting and business software. It was founded in June of 1977 in Santa Clara, California.

As of now, it is operated under its CEO, Safra Catz. It has products available such as Oracle Database, Oracle Cloud, Oracle Application, middleware, servers, etc. According to reports, in 2021, Oracle generated and showed a total of 40.47 billion USD.

DXC Technologies

This American information technology company now works under Mike Salvino, its CEO since 2019, with a revenue of 19.58 billion USD as of 2020. It has its headquarters located in Ashburn, Virginia, in the United States.

It also has several subsidiaries, including Xchanging and Luxoft. It also provides consulting services across the countries it works. However, it is a relatively newer company considering its founding in 2017. 

SAP

Working in cloud computing, consulting and business software, SAP is well regarded for its enterprise resource planning software. It was founded 50 years ago in Weinheim in Germany.

According to various sources, this is the biggest non-American company dealing with software in terms of revenue; it is also known to be the third-largest software company in the world that is publicly traded.

It also produces and deals with database technology, cloud systems, and other software such as the HCM, CRM and SCM.

Cognizant Technology

Founded by Kumar Mahadeva and Francisco D’Souza, this American transnational company dealing with IT services and business consultancy has successfully achieved a revenue of 16.80 billion USD.

It was first founded in January 1994 and currently operates under Brian Humphries. Its subsidiaries include TriZetto Group, Softvision and more. Its headquarters are situated in New Jersey, US. 

Intel

It is an American tech giant operating over various countries and borders, based in Santa Clara, California. Moreover, this holds the title of the biggest semiconductor chip manufacturer on this planet.

And its processors are used by most computers, giving it an extensive base of customers. It was founded in 1968 in Mountain View, California, and its revenue as of 2021 was 79 billion USD. 

Microsoft

Based in Redmond, Washington, US, this multinational tech corporation has remained the undebated competitor of every company in the technology park.

It was founded by Bill Gates and Paul Allen and held very successful subsidiaries like LinkedIn Corp and GitHub.

It was founded 27 years back in New Mexico. It deals with computer hardware, cloud computing, and the internet. 

Google

It is an American global tech corporation, also known as Google LLC, parented by Alphabet Inc. Its subsidiaries consist of the very successful and in-daily-usage YouTube and Kaggle, AdMob etc.

It deals with artificial intelligence, e-commerce, computer software, cloud computing, etc. Larry Page and Sergey Brin founded Sundar Pichai and now manage the company. 

Amazon

Founded in 1994, this American global giant, with a revenue of 469 billion USD, deals with e-commerce, AI, digital streaming, cloud computing and more.

It was founded by Jeff Bezos 27 years ago and is now functioning under its CEO, Andy Jassy. It is a tycoon of how big e-commerce and digital streaming can become! 

Dell

Dell Technologies parents this America-based technology company; this America-based technology company develops and trades computers and other related items and services. It also deals with PCs, printers, cameras, servers and other devices.

In 2009, Dell dived into the information technology arena and expanded worldwide. It was founded in February of 1984 by Michael Dell.

And it is credited with a revenue of 101.6 billion USD. It also works and develops analytics and cloud services, and information security. 

Cisco

Also known as Cisco Systems Inc., it is an American transnational corporation working in San Jose, California, in the United States. It provides networking hardware and software devices and has generated a revenue of 49.81 billion USD.

It was founded 37 years ago, on December 10, 1984, in California, and currently is managed by Chuck Robbins, its CEO, and Chairman. It also specializes in videoconferencing, telecom equipment, domain security, etc. 

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