Linda J. Demmler is Vice President, IBM Global Financing, Global Asset Recovery Services, North America. In this position Linda is responsible for North America asset value recovery, portfolio management, remarketing and asset disposition through developing and enabling robust routes to market. Since joining IBM she has held leadership positions in sales, sales operations, business development, business transformation, and information technology. Prior to her current position, she was responsible for Worldwide Sales, Global Asset Recovery Services.
Linda has experience in financing and leasing, channel development and management, new business development, and enabling strategic alliances. Her business interests include leading sales teams, business transformation, leasing, and managing emerging business opportunities.
Linda received an MBA in Economics from New York University and a BS with a dual degree in Computer Science/Engineering and Mathematics from Syracuse University. She lives in Annapolis, Maryland with her husband, Mark, and nine year old daughter, Reese. She is an avid golfer, active in education improvement initiatives, and a community leader mentoring children through Destination Imagination, Girls Scouts of America, St Mary’s Parish – Annapolis, St Margaret’s Pony Club, and community activities.
May 30, 2014
IBM is increasing efficiency while cutting back on resources used thanks to newly implemented business models.
February 14, 2014
IBM is able to recover much of its waste materials by utilizing innovative reuse techniques.