IBM announced on Thursday the launch of an operating model for its forthcoming Kyndryl managed infrastructure business spin-off, which provided more detail about its six global managed services practices and the new senior leaders.
The six global managed services include zCloud, core enterprise, network and edge, security and resiliency, the digital workplace, and the cloud.
Kyndryl will also have an advisory and implementation services practice to advise customers on digital environments and how to adopt cutting-edge tech and integrations.
What to expect
Kyndryl’s CEO, Martin Schroeter, said in a LinkedIn post that the spin-off partners should expect the company to work with them to deepen available capabilities and bring the best of its expanded ecosystem to customers.
He added that the company understands what is required to build and run secure and complex tech environments, something the partners will be able to use to support customers with the best and fastest solutions.
He continued to say that nothing will change with the IBM Global Technology Services business until the responsibility is passed on to the Kyndryl team. It is expected that the spin-off will be completed by the end of the year.
What the company plans to do
The company named Matt Milton, an IBM veteran, as the new president of the Kyndryl United States along with nine other regional leaders of markets that will bring in more than three-quarters of Kyndryl’s revenue.
Milton previously worked at IBM for the past 19 years, mostly as the general manager of financial services for IBM’s North America division.
In a LinkedIn post, Milton said that the company is guided by three principles: speed through simplification, effectiveness through integration, and innovation through agility, which will help it to bring the best tech services to US customers.