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IBM Reports 2011 First-Quarter Results 2011.04.21

Armonk, N.Y., USA - April 19, 2011 - IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced first-quarter 2011 diluted earnings of $2.31 per share, compared with diluted earnings of $1.97 per share in the first quarter of 2010, an increase of 17 percent. First-quarter net income was $2.9 billion compared with $2.6 billion in the first quarter of 2010, an increase of 10 percent. Operating (non-GAAP) net income was $3.0 billion compared with $2.6 billion in the first quarter of 2010, an increase of 13 percent.

IBM Spain headquarters building in Madrid.
Courtesy of IBM
 

Armonk, N.Y., USA - April 19, 2011

IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced first-quarter 2011 diluted earnings of $2.31 per share, compared with diluted earnings of $1.97 per share in the first quarter of 2010, an increase of 17 percent.

Operating (non-GAAP) diluted earnings were $2.41 per share, compared with operating diluted earnings of $2.00 per share in the first quarter of 2010, an increase of 21 percent.

Smarter Cities: Santiago, Chile.
IBM Chairman and CEO, Samuel J. Palmisano
, addresses Chile's most forward-thinking leaders - governors, mayors, urban experts from academia and community leaders - at the Smarter Cities forum in Santiago, Chile, November 23, 2010. Palmisano underscored the passion and momentum that exists across cities in Chile in support of urban transformation.
Courtesy of IBM
 
First-quarter net income was $2.9 billion
compared with $2.6 billion in the first quarter of 2010, an increase of 10 percent.

Operating (non-GAAP) net income was $3.0 billion compared with $2.6 billion in the first quarter of 2010, an increase of 13 percent.

Total revenues for the first quarter of 2011 of $24.6 billion increased 8 percent (5 percent, adjusting for currency) from the first quarter of 2010.

IBM CEO launches IBM Centennial at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Md.
IBM Chairman, President and CEO, Samuel J. Palmisano
kicks off IBM's Centennial year with a speech to students at his alma mater, Johns Hopkins University, in Baltimore, Md., February 1, 2011. In his speech, Palmisano said IBM's success can be attributed to managing for the long term, which has shaped the company's impact on business and society.
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“We delivered a strong first quarter with revenue growth across hardware, software and services and with more than 40 countries growing in double digits. We continued to see excellent momentum in our growth initiatives - smarter planet, cloud, business analytics, and growth markets - which bring together the full value of the IBM portfolio," said Samuel J. Palmisano, IBM chairman, president and chief executive officer.
"We achieved broad-based margin improvement, while our cash flow and strong financial position enabled us to continue to return value to our shareholders.

"On the strength of this performance, we are raising our full-year 2011 operating earnings per share expectations to at least $13.15.”

First-Quarter GAAP – Operating (non-GAAP) Reconciliation

First-quarter operating (non-GAAP) diluted earnings exclude $0.10 per share of charges: $0.09 per share for the amortization of purchased intangible assets and other acquisition-related charges, and $0.01 per share for retirement-related charges driven by changes to plan assets and liabilities primarily related to market performance.

Full-Year 2011 Expectations

IBM raised its expectations for full-year 2011 GAAP diluted earnings per share to at least $12.73 from at least $12.56; and operating (non-GAAP) diluted earnings per share to at least $13.15 from at least $13.00.

Carnegie Mellon University Researchers Collaborate With IBM Researchers.
A team of researchers from Carnegie Mellon University, led by Eric Nyberg, professor, Language Technologies Institute, Carnegie Mellon University School of Computer Science, are collaborating with IBM researchers to develop the Question Answering (QA) technology that enables the "Watson" computing system, which will compete against humans on the quiz show, Jeopardy!, airing February 14-16.
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The 2011 operating (non-GAAP) earnings exclude $0.42 per share of charges for amortization of purchased intangible assets, other acquisition-related charges, and retirement-related charges driven by changes to plan assets and liabilities primarily related to market performance.

Geographic Regions

The Americas’ first-quarter revenues were $10.3 billion, an increase of 9 percent (8 percent, adjusting for currency) from the 2010 period.

Revenues from Europe/Middle East/Africa were $7.8 billion, up 3 percent (2 percent, adjusting for currency).

Asia-Pacific revenues increased 12 percent (4 percent, adjusting for currency) to $5.9 billion.

OEM revenues were $600 million, up 13 percent compared with the 2010 first quarter.

Growth Markets

Revenues from the company’s growth markets increased 18 percent (12 percent, adjusting for currency).

Revenues in the BRIC countries — Brazil, Russia, India and China — increased 26 percent (22 percent, adjusting for currency).

Growth markets revenue represents 21 percent of IBM’s total geographic revenue for the first quarter.

Services

Total Global Services revenues increased 6 percent (3 percent, adjusting for currency).

Global Technology Services segment revenues increased 6 percent (3 percent, adjusting for currency) to $9.9 billion.

Global Business Services segment revenues were up 7 percent (3 percent, adjusting for currency) at $4.7 billion.

Global Services pre-tax income increased to $1.9 billion, up 34 percent year over year.

Pre-tax income from Global Technology Services increased 29 percent and pre-tax margin increased to 12.2 percent (10 percent and 13.3 percent, respectively, when adjusted for workforce rebalancing charges in the first quarters of 2010 and 2011).

University of Texas at Austin Scientists Collaborate With IBM Researchers.
Ken Barker (on left), research scientist, Department of Computer Science and Bruce Porter, professor and department chairman, Department of Computer Science, and a team of researchers from the University of Texas at Austin are collaborating with IBM Researchers to advance the Question Answering (QA) technology behind the "Watson" computing system, which will compete against humans on the quiz show, Jeopardy!, airing February 14-16.
Courtesy of IBM
 
Global Business Services pre-tax income increased 44 percent
and pre-tax margin increased to 13.0 percent (19 percent and 14.0 percent, respectively, when adjusted for workforce rebalancing charges in the first quarters of 2010 and 2011).

The estimated services backlog at March 31 was $142 billion, up $8 billion year over year at actual rates ($1.5 billion, adjusting for currency).

Software

Revenues from the Software segment were $5.3 billion, an increase of 6 percent (4 percent, adjusting for currency), or 10 percent (8 percent, adjusting for currency) excluding the first-quarter 2010 divestiture of the Product Lifecycle Management operations (PLM), compared with the first quarter of 2010.

Software pre-tax income of $1.7 billion was down 18 percent (up 9 percent when adjusted for the gain on the sale of IBM’s PLM operations in first-quarter 2010 and for workforce rebalancing charges in the first quarters of 2010 and 2011) year over year.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology Researchers Collaborate With IBM Researchers.
A team of researchers from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, led by Boris Katz, principal research scientist at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, is working with IBM Researchers on the development of the Question Answering (QA) technology behind the "Watson" computing system, which will compete against humans on the quiz show, Jeopardy!, airing February 14-16.
Courtesy of IBM
 
Revenues from IBM’s key middleware products
, which include WebSphere, Information Management, Tivoli, Lotus and Rational products, were $3.3 billion, an increase of 16 percent (14 percent, adjusting for currency) versus the first quarter of 2010.

Operating systems revenues of $542 million increased 9 percent (7 percent, adjusting for currency) compared with the prior-year quarter.

Revenues from the WebSphere family of software products increased 51 percent year over year.

Information Management software revenues increased 13 percent.

Revenues from Tivoli software increased 8 percent.

Revenues from Lotus software increased 1 percent, and Rational software increased 5 percent.

Revenues from the company’s business analytics operations across services and software segments increased 20 percent.

Hardware

Revenues from the Systems and Technology segment totaled $4.0 billion for the quarter, up 19 percent (16 percent, adjusting for currency) from the first quarter of 2010.

Systems and Technology pre-tax income was $132 million, an increase of $329 million.
Systems revenues increased 18 percent (16 percent, adjusting for currency).

Revenues from System z mainframe server products increased 41 percent compared with the year-ago period.

Total delivery of System z computing power, as measured in MIPS (millions of instructions per second), increased 34 percent.

Argonne National Laboratory will use IBM's next-generation Blue Gene/Q supercomputer.
Argonne National Laboratory will use IBM's next-generation Blue Gene/Q supercomputer to stoke economic growth and improve U.S. competitiveness for such challenges as designing electric car batteries, understanding climate change and exploring the evolution of the universe. The 10 petaflop system, named "Mira", will be twice as fast as today's fastest supercomputer, providing a strong science and technology engine that will fuel national innovation. Argonne is one of the U.S. Department of Energy's oldest and largest labs for science and engineering research, located some 20 minutes outside Chicago, IL.
Courtesy of IBM
 
Revenues from Power Systems increased 19 percent
compared with the 2010 period.

Revenues from System x increased 13 percent.

Revenues from System Storage increased 10 percent, and revenues from Retail Store Solutions increased 18 percent year over year.

Revenues from Microelectronics OEM increased 23 percent.

Financing

Global Financing segment revenues decreased 4 percent (6 percent, adjusting for currency) in the first quarter to $516 million.

Pre-tax income for the segment increased 22 percent to $519 million.

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The company’s total gross profit margin was 44.1 percent in the 2011 first quarter compared with 43.6 percent in the 2010 first-quarter period.

Total operating (non-GAAP) gross profit margin was 44.5 percent in the 2011 first quarter compared with 43.7 percent in the 2010 first-quarter period, with increases in Systems and Technology and Software.

Total expense and other income increased 9 percent to $7.0 billion compared with the prior-year period.

SG&A expense of $5.8 billion increased 3 percent year over year compared with prior-year expense.

RD&E expense of $1.6 billion increased 5 percent compared with the year-ago period.

Intellectual property and custom development income increased to $262 million compared with $261 million a year ago.

Other (income) and expense was income of $202 million compared with prior-year income of $545 million.

Interest expense increased to $93 million compared with $82 million in the prior year.

IBM's Stan Litow with Philadelphia Mayor Nutter.
Philadelphia Mayor Michael A. Nutter, left, receives a grant from IBM's Vice President of Corporate Affairs Stanley Litow to help the city transform education and citizen skills. Philadelphia is one of 100 cities worldwide awarded IBM Smarter Cities Challenge grants. Each city will receive about $400,000 of expertise and technology from IBM.
Courtesy of IBM
 
Total operating (non-GAAP) expense and other income increased 8 percent to $7.0 billion compared with the prior-year period.

Operating (non-GAAP) SG&A expense of $5.7 billion increased 2 percent year over year compared with prior-year expense.

Operating (non-GAAP) RD&E expense of $1.6 billion increased 4 percent compared with the year-ago period.

Pre-tax income increased 9 percent to $3.8 billion, and pre-tax margin was 15.5 percent, up 0.1 points.

Operating (non-GAAP) pre-tax income increased 12 percent to $4.0 billion and pre-tax margin was 16.2 percent, up 0.6 points.

IBM’s tax rate was 25.0 percent, down 1 point year over year; operating (non-GAAP) tax rate was also 25.0 percent, down 0.8 points.

Net income margin increased 0.3 points to 11.6 percent.

Operating (non-GAAP) net income margin increased 0.6 points to 12.1 percent.

The weighted-average number of diluted common shares outstanding in the first-quarter 2011 was 1.24 billion compared with 1.32 billion shares in the same period of 2010.

As of March 31, 2011, there were 1.21 billion basic common shares outstanding.

Debt, including Global Financing, totaled $30.3 billion, compared with $28.6 billion at year-end 2010.

From a management segment view, Global Financing debt totaled $23.7 billion versus $22.8 billion at year-end 2010, resulting in a debt-to-equity ratio of 7.0 to 1.

Non-global financing debt totaled $6.5 billion, an increase of $712 million since year-end 2010, resulting in a debt-to-capitalization ratio of 25.1 percent from 22.6 percent.

IBM ended the first-quarter 2011 with $13.2 billion of cash on hand and generated free cash flow of $0.8 billion, down approximately $600 million year over year primarily due to net income tax payments.

The company returned $4.8 billion to shareholders through $0.8 billion in dividends and $4.0 billion of share repurchases.

The balance sheet remains strong, and the company is well positioned to support the business over the long term.


Contacts information

Mike Fay
IBM External Relations

914-499-6107
mikefay@us.ibm.com  

John Bukovinsky
IBM External Relations

732-618-3531
jbuko@us.ibm.com  


Source: IBM

http://www-03.ibm.com/press/us/en/pressrelease/34330.wss  



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