IBM extends Smarter Cities Challenge programme to help cities improve services for citizens



IBM has announced that it is extending the annual Smarter Cities Challenge, a worldwide, highly competitive grant programme that provides pro bono consulting to help cities improve the critical services they provide to their citizens.

For this next round, IBM is now seeking proposals from city leaders that could benefit greatly from IBM's problem solving assistance and innovative technology, such as data analytics, cloud computing, cognitive computing, and comprehensive weather data.

The advice that IBM provides at no cost has helped local governments deliver essential services more efficiently, effectively, and equitably to its citizens.

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