IBM is arguably the leader in corporate sacred song producing. In order to keep employees motivated, Big Blue founder Thomas Watson Sr. collected songs employees had written about IBM into a book dubbed “Songs of the IBM,” which the company first published in 1927. Watson felt that song singing was a way to build character and instill company loyalty. “Songs of the IBM” included more than 80 IBM-specific ditties, including the rollicking rally song "Ever Onward IBM," written in 1931 by IBM-er Frederick Tappe.
Listen to the song here (.mp3)