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These 50 firms receive 89% of IBM’s spending in this category. II-VI Incorporated AcBel Polytech Amkor Technology Advanced Energy Amphenol BDT Media Automation Benchmark Broadcom Celestica Cisco Delta Electronics Deutsche Post DHL FedEx Flex Fuji Electric Fujifilm Fujitsu Geodis GlobalFoundries Intel Iron Mountain Jabil Kioxia Kyocera Lenovo Adecco Akamai Amazon Web Services Aon Apleona Artech AT&T Beijing Foreign Enterprise Service BMC Software BrandMuscle Broadcom Capgemini Engineering CBRE Cisco Cloudera Collabera Computer Task Group CRESCO Group Dell Technologies Deloitte Ernst & Young George P. Johnson HCL Technologies Infinite Computing Systems Jones Lang LaSalle Marvell Mercury Corporation Micron Technology Molex NCR NEC Platform Technologies Nippon Express NVIDIA Redsis Samsung Seagate SK hynix SMART Modular Technologies Sony Super Micro Computer Teleplan Toshiba Trenton Systems UPG UPS Venture Corporation WESCO Western Digital Wistron Zollner Elektronik Kyndryl Lenovo Manpower Group MetLife Microsoft NTT Group Open Systems Technologies Oracle Persistent Systems Rocket Software Salesforce SAP SDI Incorporated ServiceNow SHI International State Street Sumitomo Corporation Tech Mahindra The Employment Solution TIS INTEC Group UNICOM Systems Verizon Westcon-Comstor Willis Towers Watson WPP These 50 firms receive 47% of IBM’s spending in this category. Production and Logistics Services and General Procurement IBM’s Production and Logistics Procurement suppliers support our hardware brands and product distribution operations, while Services and General Procurement suppliers support client services, software offerings and internal operations. Below are lists of IBM’s top 50 suppliers in each category in 2021, with links to their corporate responsibility reports, if available. (Click on a company name to go to its report.) Top suppliers 51 IBM 2021 ESG Report

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