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Joe Sehl is the IBM Director for Canada Business Partners. Joe is an IBM Executive with 25+ years of experience working with clients on information technology solutions. Joe has enjoyed multiple assignments in IBM across many disciplines—finance, sales, business management, leadership, financing—which has enabled him to lead a multidisciplinary team focused on bringing valuable solutions to his clients. His latest assignment is leading the Business Partner team for Canada. His team’s focus will be to enable their client's success by combining IBM solutions with those of the Canadian Business Partners and demonstrating the incredible opportunity and value inherent in the intersection of secure cloud technology, mobile solutions and analytics.

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  • Bruce, Thanks for sharing great insights re: the work that your team is driving for our Cloud Service Providers. I look forward to joining the 2019 Cloud Service Providers Best Practices Webinar on Jan 15th. Markesha Hill Clausell

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  • Tim, the Skytap team is really looking forward to Think 2019! The unparalleled access to IBM product and technical SME’s as well as clients and other partners makes this a premier event. We are looking forward to sharing our Power Cloud story and how we can help migrate and modernize enterprise applications in the cloud.

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