Senior Vice President, IBM Global Technology Services
Martin Jetter is Senior Vice President for IBM Global Technology Services. In this role, he has worldwide responsibility for Infrastructure Services, which includes Mobility, Resiliency, Systems and Networking service lines, and Technology Support Services.
For nearly three years prior to his current role, Martin was General Manager of IBM Japan. In this role he was responsible for strategy, execution, business results and client satisfaction for IBM's business in Japan. He also joined the Board of Directors of IBM Japan in April 2012 and continues to serve in the role.
In 2011, Martin was Vice President of Strategy and General Manager of Enterprise Initiatives for IBM Corporation. In this position, he was responsible for IBM Corporate Strategies and the creation and execution of enterprise wide business initiatives.
Prior to this, Martin served in various additional leadership roles, including General Manager of Product Lifecycle Management, General Manager and Managing Director of IBM’s worldwide business with Siemens, General Manager of IBM Business Consulting Services in Central and Eastern Europe, General Manager of Global Business Services in Northeast Europe, and General Manager for IBM Germany. Martin also joined the Board of Directors of IBM Germany and IBM Austria and continues to serve in these roles.
Martin joined IBM in 1986 as application engineer in an Industrial Branch office in Germany. He holds a master’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Stuttgart.
Martin is a member of the Supervisory Board at Deutsche Börse Group, which operates the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.