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Telecom Orange

- Summary Telecom-Orange was actively involved in CSR and sustainable development by adopting and by adhering to various policies like following AA1000 APS (2008) standard and principles defined in ISO 26000. Their proof of performance is ranking of 56/100 by Vigeo rating. In order to implement laws and regulations across the board its managers have travelled to the respective branches around the world to impart education on the issue. Its suppliers were required to follow the strict guidelines pertaining to the child labor and its policy....   [tags: Telecom Orange Essays]

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Telecom Organising Case Presentation

- ... They have had a successful past as they were able to keep up with the competitors. Weaknesses • Low market share When GSM became the standard for mobile phones, Telecom gradually began to lose market share in the mobile industry because its network was unable to offer the same capabilities as Vodafone. • Weak management team In 2002, Telecom cut back on staff. This resulted in a loss of worker commitment but also the loss of core competencies as talented and experienced employees left. Opportunities • Asset leverage Telecom purchased telecommunications assets from the Post Office for NZ$3.2 billion before spending a further NZ$2.5 billion to upgrade the technical facilities and the...   [tags: application of organising, work patterns]

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Telecom Job Opportunities

- Telecom Job Opportunities The telecom industry has been on a growth path for the last 5 years- with expected 7% growth on wireless facets all through 2012. This is reflected by the rapid growth of the ICT sector, which touches on cell phones, televisions, radios, broadband connectivity and any other electronic method used to connect with and send messages to others. Consequently, telecom job opportunities have also been on the rise, with a varied range for different career paths; careers such as Sales Executives, Billing Coordinators, Systems Analysts, Developers, Telecom architects, Corporate Controller among many more....   [tags: Employment]

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Telecom Corporation of New Zealand Limited

- ... concerning open doors, content to give provisions and so forth. By finishing the different structures on the Foundation site you consent to impart your individual points of interest to the Foundation and any possible association or substance the Foundation may captivate to meet your solicitation. Liability of Telecom hold certain prohibitions of our obligation to you. The prohibitions and confinements on Telecom's risk that are situated out in Telecom's Standard Terms for Residential Customers and Standard Terms for Business Customers....   [tags: prohibition, obligation, security]

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Alternative Telecommunication Technologies Changing the Telecom Industry

- AAlternative Telecommunication Technologies Changing the Telecom Industry “The Telecommunications Act of 1996 created a framework for competition in local telecommunications. Under its rules and under the jurisdiction of state regulatory authorities, competitive local telephone companies were to gain access to some or all parts of the incumbent's network through known wholesale tariffs and offer retail local telephone service”(Loomis &Swann, 2005). The essay will discuss how alternative technologies such as WiMAX have come into competition with wireless industry of telecom services with that were once dominated by telecom ILEC monopoly increasing the competition in the telecom industry....   [tags: Technology]

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British Telecom Business Analysis

- 1. Summary This report defines the activities of BT Group (British Telecom), including financial performance, i.e. statistics and balance sheets of the past five years. Showing considerable amount of evidence on how BT Group has evolved since its beginning. Furthermore it includes an overview of how BT Group is structured in its various departments and the people involved in these departments. Before any of the previous information can be identified it is important that an understanding is gained of the history and activities of British Telecom from the beginning to its current position in the market....   [tags: Business Case Studies]

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Analysis of Deutsche Telekom AG and France Telecom SA Joint Venture

- Orange S.A., a subsidiary of France Télécom, is a multinational telecommunications firm with over 170,000 employees, serves more than 230 million customers worldwide, and has revenue of 44 billion Euros as of 2013 (Orange 2014). T-Mobile, a German telecommunications subsidiary of Deutsche Telekom AG, has over 240 million customers worldwide and is tenth largest mobile phone company in the world (Telekom 2014). On September 8, 2009, Deutsche Telekom AG and France Telecom SA announced their plan to pursue a joint venture with their T-Mobile and Orange subsidiaries....   [tags: Business Analysis]

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Telecom Technology

- 1.0 Executive Summary Over the last four years, OSS Telecom Technology, a well respected $300 million steel conglomerate, has built up significant interests in the telecom sector ranging from wireless and paging services to billing software. OSS Telecom Technology Taiwan, was formed in Taiwan in 1994 to pursue opportunities in the Operations Support Systems (OSS) telecom software market, with a particular focus on customer care and billing software solutions (CCB systems). Since 1994, OSS Telecom Technology Taiwan has grown steadily, building a customer base of 24 telecom operators for its software....   [tags: essays research papers]

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British Telecom

- British Telecom My aim in this investigation is to discuss whether or not British Telecom has successfully grown and developed since its Privatisation to compete on a world scale. In addition to this has it any long-term strategies for future growth and development of products. According to the 1996 Budget Red Book, more than 50 major businesses have been privatised since 1979 and the state owned sector of industry has been reduced be two-thirds. British Telecom was privatised in 1984, with no major restructuring....   [tags: GCSE Business Management Studies Essays]

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Chinese Telecom Industry

- December 11, 2001 was a long awaited day for both local businesses, as well as for foreign investors. It was the day that the Chinese State Council promulgated the Regulations for the Administration of Foreign Invested Telecommunications Enterprises (FITE) which were scheduled to come into effect on the 1st of January 2002. Since it’s accession to the WTO, foreign telecommunications have eyed what is arguably the largest telecommunication’s industry in the world, and growing at a rate of over 20 per cent per annum....   [tags: essays research papers fc]

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Measuring the Impact of Critical Success Factors of Project on Project Success in the Telecom Firms

- Measuring the Impact of Critical Success Factors of Project on Project Success in the Telecom Firms Introduction: Project success is one of the ambiguous concepts in project management. As each person or group of people who are involved in a project have different needs and expectations from the same project, it is very common that they take project success in their own way, as per their own understanding (Cleland & Ireland, 2004). Research on project measurement deliverables and focus on the main project management practices (time, cost and quality) shows that it is not possible to have a ubiquitous success criterion that is suitable for all projects....   [tags: Business Management ]

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Research Study on E-Recruitment and Organizational Performance in Telecom Industry

- “Every sector, every job, every function, was, is or will be disrupted by Internet” stated Kalika in 2000. The revolution is undertaking in a HR (Human Resource) sector. In August 2007, Monster France had more than 3 million CVs on their list. The HR Functions ought to be deal with four conflicting pressures (Lepak & Snell, 1998). All together, it is necessary for the HR to be planned, elastic, efficient, and customer-oriented. Certain researchers suggested that the use of technology may enable HR department to achieve these goals....   [tags: technology, internet]

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How Farmers in India Can Benefit from Mobile Commerce

- M -commerce or mobile commerce is a young concept which can be viewed as a subset of e-commerce made possible by the widespread adoption of portable, handheld devices as mobile phones. In present scenario M Commerce has been entered in various sectors as finance, services, retails, and telecommunication and information technology services. In these sectors-Commerce is not only being widely accepted but also it is becoming more popular mode of business/commerce. Now, it’s turn to enter in agriculture sector....   [tags: agriculture, telecom, risks]

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Legislative Proposal For New Indecency Language In Telecom Bill

- Legislative Proposal for New Indecency Language in Telecom Bill I. Summary Although the October 16, 1995 legislative proposal purports to regulate “ computer pornography”, the proposal contains fatal flaws which render the proposal at best counterproductive and at worst devastating to on-line communications. First, it prohibits, but fails to define, “indecent” speech to minors -- a dangerously vague, medium-specific, and, after decades of litigation, still undefined concept, which may include mere profanity....   [tags: essays research papers]

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American Multinational Telecommunications Firm: AT&T Stock Price

- AT&T Stock Price Originally, AT&T stance for “American Telephone and Telegraph”, which is an American Multinational Telecommunications firm. This syndicate was instituted in October 5th, 1983 in United States, having their head office at Whitacre Tower in downtown Dallas Texas. AT&T is the second prevalent benefactor of mobile telephony and the leading and biggest purveyor of fixed telephony in the United States and also provides broadband contribution television services. Total number of employees working in AT&T is 246,740 in 2013....   [tags: telecom service, products]

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Business Potential between Rwanda and Gujarat-India

- Analysis of the telecom Industries Business Potential between the Rwanda and Gujarat / India Overview of investment in Rwanda 1. Economy There is a Sustained high growth in real GDP 2007 – 2011 and has stable inflation and exchange rate. Previous 3 year GDP growth rate is one of the highest among major African economies and neighboring countries. 2. Robust governance • A clear vision for growth through private investment set out by President Kagame (Vision 2020). • Rwanda is politically stable with well-functioning institutions, rule of law and zero tolerance for corruption....   [tags: analysis of the telecom industries]

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Statement of Purpose as a Researcher in the Field of Power Systems at Michigan Technological University

- ... Thus the ambition to pursue Ph.D. degree from USA, where the best research amenities are offered, became an automated choice for me. While in my third year of undergraduate study, I got acquainted with the concepts of signal and systems, digital signal processing (ETE 221), electronic circuitry, communication engineering and microprocessor fundamentals (ETE 311). When I studied power electronic circuits such as: ac to dc uncontrolled and controlled rectifiers, voltage controllers, converters, dc to ac inverters and power supplies, I decided to build my career on “Power Systems and Power Electronics” which prompted me to take more core courses and lab works in electrical and electronics f...   [tags: telecommunications, bangledesh, telecom]

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The Enhanced Telecom Operations Map (Etom): Introduction, Purpose And Benefits

- The Enhanced Telecom Operations Map (eTOM): Introduction, Purpose and Benefits The Telecommunication industry operates in a dynamic market where the key to success is adaptability with agility. In the traditional scenario, Telecom Service providers delivered end-to-end services to their customers. They used to control almost the entire value chain. However in the present liberalized marketplace, they now have to face challenges like stiffer competition, higher customer expectations, falling market share and growing price pressures....   [tags: Telecommunications Industry Business]

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The Changing Roles Of Women

- The Changing Roles of Women in New Zealand Introduction The role of women has changed dramatically in New Zealand since 1840. It is moving towards equality, justice and power. Judging from historical perspective, women gradually lost her ownership of prosperity and attached greatly to their husband. What was worse, for a long time their virtue and personal value were strictly restraint to family affairs. With the development of civilization, a lot of women proved their value by their constant efforts....   [tags: Gender role, Gender, Telecom New Zealand, Infant]

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Cellular Service in Syria

- Main information. The Syrian cellular arm of Lebanon-based telecoms group Investcom Holding (itself then owned by the Mikati Group, but since taken over by MTN Group), Areeba Syria (formerly Spacetel Syria) launched services in March 2001 via its '94' network. Initially the infrastructure was rolled out to major provinces, but rural areas quickly followed and population coverage and geographic coverage were 98% and 78% in the end of 2007 respectively. In August 2007 the cellco had 14 MSC, 32 BSC, 2035 sites, 2763 BTS....   [tags: Business market Analysis Telecom]

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Net Neutrality

- 1. Gross, Grant. “House Rejects ‘Net neutrality’, Passes Telecom Reform Bill” Network World 23.23 (2006): 10. AUTHOR Grant Gross. DATE June 12 YEAR 2006 PUBLICATION Network World LOCATION Framingham, MA PUBLISHER Network World Inc. VOLUME 23 ISSUE 23 PAGE NUMBERS 10 LINK --- The House of Representatives has defeated a provision to require U.S. broadband providers to offer the same speed of service to competitors that's available to partners, a major defeat to a coalition of online companies and consumer groups....   [tags: Telecom Reform]

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Telegraph to Telecom: Transitions in Time

- A major milestone in the history of telecommunications was the invention of the electric telegraph. It was the beginning of communication via wire. The computer industry is typically thought of as new, but the essential technology of computer networks was developed when Americans were migrating westward. The Magnetic Telephone Company, as well as dozens of other high tech companies of the nineteenth century, followed the railways with miles and miles of telegraph lines. (Derfler & Freed, 2003)....   [tags: American History]

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Predicting Customer Churn in Telecom Industry using MLP Neural Networks

- Introduction Most of telecommunication companies consider the customer as the most important asset for them. For that reason, nowadays, a challenging problem that encounters telecommunication companies is when the customer leaves the company to another service provider for a reason or another [1]. In most cases, this churn can happen in rates which seriously affect the profitability of the companies since it is easy for the customers to switch companies. In market, where the competition between the telecommunication companies grows rapidly, companies have shifted their focus from acquiring new customers to retain their existing ones [1–3]....   [tags: supervised machine learning, telecomunications]

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Deutsche Telekom Telecommunications Company

- ... These capabilities so important when they are able to combine their resources which create core competencies lead to competitive advantage. Products and services in DEUTSCHE TELEKOM are valuable by means, it is able to neutralize threat and exploit opportunities especially from the other companies such as, Clarnet and Freenet Company (major competitor). Besides that, it capabilities which are not possess by other lead them in front of others. Furthermore, it products and services is costly to imitate....   [tags: business/marketing strategy]

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Deutsche Telekom’s Diversity Program

- Change in an organization is inevitable and crucial to its growth, success, and survival. “For years, Deutsche Telekom has been one of the largest vocational training provider in Germany” (Telekom). The company is committed in improving its image and value by generating opportunities and possibilities through greater diversity at a higher organizational level. Their plans to bring more women into management positions includes: increasing their recruits for female university graduates, designating a quota of at least 30 percent for women in leadership roles, expanding its parental-leave programs, introducing more flexible working hours for managers, and extending of the numbe...   [tags: social issues, diversity, change]

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Telekom Malaysia Expansion

- The Internet Infra-structure The internet usage is growing very rapidly in Malaysia in the recent years. The internet is well-known as JARING (Joint Advanced Research Networking) in Malaysia. Currently, MIMOS (Malaysian Institute of Microelectronics Systems), a governemt agency is overall maintaining and responsible for the the network backbone for JARING. Due to the rapid growth, the director-general of MIMOS Dr Tengku Mohamed Azzman Shariffadeen has made a press statement lately that under the Seventh Malaysia Plan, the speed of the network will be upgraded to about 20 to 300 times....   [tags: Malaysia Internet Business]

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Strategic Corporate Developments In The Telecommunications Industry

- STRATEGIC CORPORATE DEVELOPMENTS 2010 China Unicom and Ericsson Signed Telecom Management Contract (China) China Unicom’s Anhui division, a major telecom company in the country, signed a telecom management contract with Ericsson for a period of 3-years. The contract would facilitate Ericsson to be the biggest telecom operating partner in the Province of Anhui. Under the terms of the contract, Ericsson would be accountable for transmission network, field maintenance of base station as well as fixed line network....   [tags: Telecommunications]

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Analysis of the Business Environment of the Telecommunication Industry in India

- India is the second largest telecommunications market in the world with around 900 Million subscribers at present. Since its liberalization in 1994, the industry has seen considerable growth with enactment of different regimes and entry of new players. However, in the last few years, the industry has been affected by the constant regulatory disputes and intense business environment leading to price war. The objective of this study is to analyse the impact of New Economic Policy, 1991 on the Telecommunication (Voice) industry....   [tags: Policy, Market]

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The Growth Of Services Sector

- Introduction The growth of services sector in our economy is a step forward in the development of Indian economy. In day to day life of an individual the use of mobile phones acts as necessity in getting connected with people for one or the other purpose. India has a largest variety of smartphones available for the users. Because of the fast technologies in smartphones & in market, the networks and services providers of telecom must be updated so as to meet the requirements of people. Indian telecommunication industry is considered to be one of the fastest growing telecom industries in the world....   [tags: Customer service, Service, Customer]

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Analysis of Micromax Informatics Limited success in Indian Mobile Industry

- Executive Summary India is the second largest and the fastest growing telecom market in the world in terms of number of wireless connections, according to the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (the "TRAI"). The growth in wireless connections has facilitated the growth of Indian mobile handset industry. The Indian mobile handset market posted revenues of Rs 35,946 crore in FY 13. The Mobile handset market was dominated by MNC’s like Nokia, Sony, Motorola and Samsung till 2008 when these MNC’s controlled more than 93% of the overall handset market....   [tags: Micromax Informatics Analysis]

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China's Move to Prevent Internet Telephone Services

- Article Summary The popularity of computer-to-telephone call services is expanding at a phenomenal rate, threatening traditional phone companies' profits. Skype, a European based telephony company that offers this service is amongst the leaders in the field and has formed a joint venture with a Chinese company with the hopes of being able to capitalize on this emerging market. However, the telecom companies in mainland China are aggressively pursuing the systematic removal of these types of services....   [tags: Telecommunications VoIP Skype]

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Sunil Bharti Mittal - Entrepreneur Profile

- BACKGROUND: Family support: Sunil Bharti Mittal, born October 23, 1957 is an Indian businessman. He is the chairman and managing director of the Bharti group. The $4.5 billion turnover company runs India's largest GSM-based mobile phone service. Sunil's father, Sat Paul Mittal, an MP, was always in public life. It was Sunil who started in business (making cycle parts in Ludhiana, India) in 1976 at the age of 18 with borrowed capital of Rs 20,000.The son of a politician, Sunil Mittal is a Punjabi....   [tags: Business Entrepreneurship]

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Sunil Mittal: The Evolution of the Celular Phone in India

- ... In fact, his name comes across world’s top 25 philanthropists. His vision lies in imparting education to the needy. This is a bitter truth that apart from being the fastest developing country of the world and attaining so much we are still lagging behind in the field of education. We hold on to having the most number of illiterate of the world. Every two out of five illiterate is from India. Mittal is very much effective in the field of delivering education to all the sections of the society....   [tags: excellence, success, entrepreneurship]

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Vodafona Company Internal Enviornment

- PORTER’S INDUSTRY ANALYSIS THREAT OF NEW ENTRANTS- The threat of entry depends upon the presence of entry barriers. In telecomm industry entry barriers is high due to following reasons- • Capital intensive-Firstly it was a very capital intensive industry, entry into this industry meant that the firms needed access to huge amount of capital mainly to cover the fixed costs to lay and maintain a physical network (exchanges, fiber optic cables etc) to the premises of customers. • Regulatory policy- Firms needed to get regulatory approval/licenses from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), which was both costly, and a tedious affair....   [tags: Strategic Management]

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Financial Institutions in Pakistan Face Security Challenges

- ... Challenges One issue that was of particular importance to the bank was ensuring that files on its internal network could only be accessed by authorized employees. Another focal point for enhancing access security was providing employees remote access to the network nationwide. The Key challenges were: • Secure remote access for all employees • Convenient Solution for End-users • Centralize solution • Enable Mobility (Globalization and mobility of the workforce) Besides above in the previous setup NiB was running remote access VPN through ISA server which is resided in the inside network (Enterprise LAN) and with Windows based authentication through username and password....   [tags: NIB bank, infrastructure, remote access]

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Swot Analysis Of Singtel 's ' The Mobile Market '

- 3.3. A Competitor Analysis SingTel faces two major competitors’ in the mobile market viz. StarHub and M1. StarHub and M1 are both supported by experienced worldwide telecom operators and additionally strong local partners. StarHub 's significant major shareholders are Singapore Technologies Telemedia (49.36% offer). M1 is strong local partner in Keppel Telecom and SPH, and its international partner is Sunshare, a subsidiary of Telekom Malaysia. . . StarHub without a doubt represents the best competitive threat to SingTel....   [tags: Stakeholder, Stakeholder analysis, Mio TV]

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Marketing Strategy

- 3.0 Marketing Strategy The following sub-topics cover the marketing strategy for OSS Telecom Technology. 3.1 Mission Our mission is to be the provider of high value, high quality, convergent OSS solutions to telecom operators worldwide. These scalable solutions will have unparalleled support to ensure flexibility and to meet and exceed customer expectations. 3.2 Target Markets OSS Telecom Technology has projected two primary products in its forecast: 1. Post-paid CCB systems The total available market for CCB systems worldwide is projected to be $6.9 billion per year in 2004....   [tags: Business Marketing]

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Telecommunication Industry: The Bond Between Loyalty of Customers

- ... Relationship Marketing Relationship marketing is sustaining as well as enhancing the relationship of customer and this can be used when the customer has options of choosing competitive alternative products and there is never- ending request for the commodity or the accommodations. in the accommodation industry, such as the telecommunication sector, such kind of strategies play an essential part in order to enhance the retention. In marketing, customer relations should be translated into availaing and loyal customers....   [tags: e-banking, customer´s need, business]

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Components Of Software Development Process

- Software development process is similar to manufacturing a physical product like a car or some other electric appliance. In manufacturing the creation of a product is heavily process driven. You may have a factory where each person has a specific set of tasks they follow. A worker (or robot) may tighten a screw all day long. Then the next task in the process is performed by the next specialist. The workers (and robots) do not deter from the process or make something up "on the fly". The parts churn through the through the process, and the output is a finished product....   [tags: Software development process]

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Corporate Governance: The South Pacific Stock Exchange

- Introduction The South Pacific Stock Exchange (hereafter SPSE) also adopted the principle-based corporate governance code in 2009 with a view to enhance investor participation and confidence in the capital market in Fiji. The SPSE listing rules Section 6.42 require all listed companies to comply with the corporate governance code as stipulated under the Reserve Bank of Fiji (hereafter RBF) corporate governance principles and reporting guidelines (SPSE, 2010). Corporate governance is the broad term that describes the process, laws, policies, customs, and institutions which provide guidance for the organizations and corporations in the way they manage, operate, and control their operations....   [tags: capital market, financial market]

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Sunil Bharti Mittal

- Sunil Bharti Mittal, born October 23, 1957 hailing from Ludhiana is the chairman and managing director of the Bharti group. He is a pioneer, a dreamer and an achiever. Sunil a former student of Harvard Business School, graduated from Punjab University. The son of a parliamentarian Sat Paul Mittal, Sunil did not want to follow his father's footsteps. Sunil started in business (making cycle parts in Ludhiana, India) in 1976 at the age of 18 with borrowed capital of Rs 20,000. Later he started operating from Delhi and Mumbai, india, mainly importing and distributing products....   [tags: Biography Biographies Bio]

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Cyberway Computer Communications Co. Ltd.

- Company Profile In 1995, services like the Web, open database, interactive and broadcast multimedia, shared modem solution and shared email management design were still comparatively new to the telecom industry. This is when three college graduates established Cyberway Computer Communications Co. Ltd. in Shanghai with an initial investment of RMB 500, 000. The company was primarily an ICP (internet content provider) engaged in web design, online promotion design, WWW (world wide web) domain name application and site maintenance business....   [tags: Business Analysis Market]

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The Role of Organizational Capabilities in E-Business Implementation

- ABSTRACT The rapid emergence and increasing complexity of E-business cause significant challenges for organizations and their business partners. Hence, there is need to understand the antecedents of E-business value. This study examines the influence of organizational learning capabilities (training available, technical expertise, knowledge level) on value creation of E-business. The research was conducted by using a questionnaire and the target population was all 6 telecom service providing companies operating in Pakistan....   [tags: Behavior Management ]

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C. Cellzone: Your One Stop Cellphone Shop

- I. Executive Summary C. Cellzone is a big mobile phone, gadgets, and accessories retailing company that is spread out in 90 branches nationwide. Its value propositions include offering varieties of products in affordable and wide-ranged prices. Their products include mobile phones, telecommunication products such as prepaid cards, accessories, other gadgets, and quality services to customers. Their target market includes all socioeconomic classes with no preference on gender and age. The means by which they make their profit is primarily through sales although they also have partnerships and sponsorships with other major companies such as Puregold, SM Supermalls, Jollibee, etc....   [tags: Company Business Plan]

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Advancements in Telecommunications

- In 1990s In 1998, mobile companies such as Motorola have developed high tech models with built-in FM radio and infrared connectivity. Ten years later, many phones have options for video calling, digital camera, wireless networking, responding to emails. After five more years later, Skype company has developed a new platform which allow users to make free phone calls between any two computers. Telecom industry has used long-established R&D models which main purpose was to keep the whole process of innovating new products and services in secret so no competition will be created....   [tags: technology, customers, innovation]

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Indian Telephone Industries Ltd. Reluctance to Change

- Indian Telephone Industries Ltd. Reluctance to Change 1.1 INTRODUCTION ITI Limited is India's pioneering venture in the field of telecommunications. Born in 1948, this premier PSU has contributed to 50% of the present national telecom equipment. With state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities spread across six locations and a countrywide network of marketing/service outlets, the Company offers a complete range of telecom products and total solutions covering the whole spectrum of Switching, Transmission, Access and Subscriber Premises equipment....   [tags: Telecommunications Business Analysis]

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MBA Admission Essay

- My current employer, Hughes Network Systems, will partially sponsor my MBA. In the short term returning to them as part of the Strategic and Solutions Management team is an attractive option. In the longer term, I would like to work as the CEO of my own high-tech telecom company, using my vision and experience together with my Smith MBA, to develop cutting-edge strategies and products to empower companies to better utilize technology for establishing beneficial customer relationships. The MS in Telecommunications Program at the University of Maryland offered me a unique opportunity to engage in cross-disciplinary coursework from both the A....   [tags: Personal Statement]

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Telecommunication Industry Strategic Group Map

- Telecommunication Industry Strategic Group Map Introduction The telecommunication industry is one of the largest industries in the world with a wide range of players. The competitive nature of this telecommunication industry makes it perfect for analysis. This investigation explores the performance of the top ten industrial players within the industry. A strategic group map is developed to compare these firms’ profitability against the market value of each firm for fiscal year 2015. Strategic Group Map Fig....   [tags: Telecommunication, Telephone, Telecommunications]

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An Investigation into the Recall of Persuasive versus Informative Television Advertisements

- Abstract Advertising has a pretty simple role: to persuade consumers to buy the company’s product while creating awareness about it. Advertising spam is on the rise in television primetime. It is becoming easier and easier for consumers to tune out advertisements and not pay attention to the message. So the question is: which advertisements “stick” to the consumers’ minds and actually lead to intent to purchase. This study attempts to analyze this by investigating recall differences between two broad categories of advertisements: “persuasive” and “informative” and eventual purchase intent differences that arise due to the advertisements....   [tags: Advertising]

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THE INFLUENCE OF TV ADVERTISING ON CONSUMER BRAND PREFERENCE

- 1. INTRODUCTION Advertising is a type of marketing communication tool intended to inform and persuade potential audience to take some action in buying a product or service. The purpose of advertising is to create awareness of the product or service being advertised and provide information that will persuade the consumer to take action and make buying decision, not only to purchase but to repurchase and ultimately creating brand-loyal customers (Ayanwale et al., 2005). In today’s highly competitive market, marketers are facing challenges in developing effective TV advertisement and thus they have to think beyond informing, educating and facilitating the customers....   [tags: Advertising ]

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The Attractiveness of Telecommunication Industry in 1998

- The telecommunication industry has seen significant regulatory reform from the 1990s onwards to the present date. There are major sectors in the industry such as fixed line telephony, television delivery, mobile telephony, fixed wireless access, satellite service, radio and postal sector. I am going to predominantly focus on mobile telephony sector of the industry. Particularly on what were the attractive features of the industry analyzing it by using porter’s five forces which determines the attractiveness of the industry....   [tags: mobile, telephony, irish, government, regulation]

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What Makes Teoco Different From Other Competitors?

- TTI was in Israel. Ultimately, the two companies had a completely different point of view on management and financial spending. TEOCO’s management was cost-conscious while TTI was willing to overspend on shows and other marketing activities (Calo et al., n.d.). Finally, the third problem associated with the means of acquisition as the way of how TEOCO was doing its business. The case mentioned the differences of TEOCO’s post-acquisition between TA and TTI and how the company would be able to handle debt and financial leverage to acquire a larger target (Calo et al., n.d.)....   [tags: Leadership, Decision making, Board of directors]

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Marketing and the Impact of Technology

- In recent years, mobile service usage increase rapidly following the emerging use of smartphone technology by the mobile users. The increase use of mobile service poses challenge for actors in mobile ecosystem to constantly meet the dynamic change of needs and requirement of mobile users. In the current competitive business scenario, the market is organic in nature and continuously evolves over a period of time. To stay in sync with the ever evolving market, companies should adopt effective and advanced marketing strategies....   [tags: Marketing, Mobile]

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What´s Manufacturing Vertical Intregration?

- VERTICAL INTEGRATION: When a company increases its reach and expands its business, in its same path, such as when manufacture owns the supplier and the distributor and all the process of manufacturing. Vertical integration helps the business by increasing efficiency quality maintained cost reduction makes the process much easier and less time consuming among the other advantages. Owning more parts of the value chain can give companies greater operational efficiencies and improved opportunities for profit....   [tags: operational efficiencies, productivity]

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Australian Internet Service Providers Study

- (U) During February of 2014, Australia had 41 internet service providers (ISPs) delivering nationwide services such as ADSL, mobile, NBN, satellite, cable, and fiber. By 2012, 88.8 per cent of the population had connectivity to the internet.ii Statistically, Australia is twelfth in the world in terms of how deeply it has permeated the total population with connectivity. The percentage of people connected has steadily risen every two to three years by nine per cent since 2007.iii If this momentum continues, Australia will have 97 percent of its population connected by the year 2015.iv Australia has 22 peering/public exchange points in or near Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney, and Brisbane....   [tags: isp, internet, australia, telecommunications]

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Labelle V. Rogers Communications Inc.

- Labelle v. Rogers Communications Inc. Deborah P. Labelle filed a complaint with the Canadian Human Rights Commission on September 3, 2009 against Rogers Communications Inc. The complainant, Labelle feels that Rogers Communications Inc. the respondent, discriminated against her because she is a woman. This falls under section 3 of the CHRA which covers and protects against sex discrimination. Labelle alleges she was treated differently compared to her male counterparts and was eventually fired from her position....   [tags: Employment, Discrimination, Sexual harassment]

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Implementation Of An Erp System

- ERP system has become now common in many organisation to boost their business process. The organisation considers ERP systems as a mean to reduce the cost of production, increase the productivity and quality of service and there by the customer satisfaction. Implementing ERP in an organisation has become a long term and complicated process. Many risks are involved in the implementation of an ERP. Identifying this risk and mitigate it at the early stage can contribute to the success of the ERP implementation....   [tags: Enterprise resource planning, Management]

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The Arab Uprisings Of 2011

- Dystopian tales typically involve totalitarian governments, against which a person or group of people revolts, with the one common redeeming factor being that the story is fictional. Abel Aziz’s The Queue follows these common themes, except her story is disconcertingly in line with Middle Eastern reality. A detailed interpretation of Aziz’s work accompanied by an analysis of the 2011 Arab uprisings will allow a conclusion to be reached on the utility of uprisings and their often ambiguous endings....   [tags: Egypt, Middle East, Arabic language, Cairo]

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Bharti Airtel Limited

- Bharti Airtel Limited Bharti, based in Delhi, India is a family owned telecommunication business, founded by Sunil Mittal in 1995. Mittal saw an opportunity for his business because the Indian telecom market allowing companies to bid for a government license to operate the first private mobile telecom service in Delhi. Bharti won the bid and became the first private provider in Delhi. In 1998 they were the first to make a profit from their services in India. As Bharti continued to grow they began gaining licenses for mobile telecom operations in 15 out of 23 geographical regions also called circles....   [tags: Business Management Analysis]

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T-Mobile and AT&T Merger

- For months, the prospect of a T-Mobile and AT&T merger has become more public. The prolonged merger discussion has left the public wondering if the acquisition will allow AT&T to completely rule the telecommunications market, leaving Verizon and Sprint in the dust. Mobile subscribers have been left unsure by the shocking announcement, wondering how their pockets and cellular services will be affected. With lawsuits being filed by both the Department of Justice and Sprint, the future of the acquisition is unclear....   [tags: Business Analysis ]

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Introduction to Change Management

- 1. Managing Change and Innovation Introduction Paton & ‎McCalman (2008) define change management as a structured approach that enables organizations to transition individuals, teams, and organizations from a current state to a desired future state. According to Robbins & Coulter (2005), organizational change refers to any alterations in the people, technology or structures within an organization. Discussion of change management There exist internal and external forces that bring about the need for organizations to change....   [tags: organizations, uncertainties and dynamisms]

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Strategic Outsourcing At Bharti Airtel Limited

- (a). Problem Essay: The main problem Bharti Airtel Limited facing is "How to manage its capital expenditures for its operations and how to face the expected exponential growth and a competitive environment." The challenges that the company is facing are 1. Keeping pace with expansion: Bharti’s customer base is growing at 100% per year. It has its mobile operations currently in 15 circles out of 25 in the country and its fixed line operations in 6 circles. So it is a huge challenge to keep pace with the expansion....   [tags: Business Case Study]

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Functions Of Management

- Functions of Management Virtually everyone is aware of the infamous "dot-com" crash in early 2000. However, not everyone is as conscious of the telecom bust. According to the editorial of The Economist, The Great Telecoms Crash, "The telecoms bust is some ten times bigger than the dotcom crash: the rise and fall of telecoms may indeed qualify as the largest bubble in history." Companies caught up in the telecommunications industry were forced to take huge debt write-offs and even resorted to fraudulent accounting tricks as displayed by WorldCom...   [tags: Business Management Analysis Leadership]

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What is ATM?

- What is ATM. Before the discussion of wireless ATM can begin, the concept of ATM in general needs to be discussed. ATM, or by its more formal name Asynchronous Transfer Mode, is a basic packet-based networking system designed for the simultaneous transmissions of voice, video, and data. In the mid 1980s, the major telecommunication companies decided that they needed a new network to handle the surge of video and data, along with voice, traffic being sent over their existing networks. From this, the concept of ATM was born....   [tags: ATM Asynchronous Transfer Mode Research Essays]

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BrandX Energy Case Study

- BrandX Energy (BX) from its inception has been an innovator and forward-thinking organization often pushing boundaries and charting unknown territories while still maintaining a level of business conservatism that has given shareholders peace of mind and confidence in the business decisions that corporate management has made to reduce expenses and increase profit revenues. One such departure from the mainstream has been BX's interest in implementing VoIP communication services company-wide to reduce expenses related to national and international phone calls and telecommunication services....   [tags: Business, Management, Strategy, solution]

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Business Ethics - Case Study og Global Crossing and Its Owner Gary Winnick

- Gary Winnick founded Global Crossing in 1997, observing the surge in telecommunications of the 1990’s and utilising it to construct the largest fibre optic network in the world for the purposes of transmission of voice, text, video and other data between 27 countries. The Company went public in 1997, with Winnick maintaining hold of 27% of stock in the company valued at $1.4 billion, and a year later held a market value of £38 billion surpassing Ford Motors. Winnick employed the services of Salomon Smith Barney, who employed an analyst with unprecedented level sof influence of the telecoms industry, Jack Grubman....   [tags: creditors, telecommunications]

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Broadband In New Zealand

- "Research shows that we have high internet fees for the developed world." - Mr. Harbies (research scientist) The broadband growth index ranks 35 countries from around the world and puts New Zealand's broadband growth rate at 40%. New Zealand is ranked third lowest just ahead of the Czech Republic and Latvia. At the end of 2002, only 1.74 New Zealanders per 100 are users of broadband services. New Zealand has one of the lowest growth rates and one of the lowest levels of broadband penetration in the world....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Impact of Free Movement of People and Service in the European Union on Tourist

- Tourism is playing an important role in the economy of a country as well as now, these days it is growing in European countries and increasing the economy of European economy and world economy. As a result the living standard of people rise, an increasing proportion of income is spent on leisure travel and other elements of tourism. At the same time, tourism promotes employment and new sources of income. Article 6 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU) stipulates that tourism falls within the EU’s powers to support the Member States....   [tags: tourism industry, eurpoean tourists, rome treaty]

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Impact of ISO 9000 Certification on Perceived Training and Development Activities in Pakistan

- Methodology Questionnaire design Questionnaire offers the most cost effective method for securing feedback on the impact of ISO 9000 certification on training and development activities of an organization. A comment / suggestion question was also included. As this is replicated study, so questionnaire was developed from literatures of Quazi et al. However, some minor modifications and additions was made that were necessary in order to structure the questionnaire to suit the Pakistan context. The questionnaire consists of five factors of training and development activities....   [tags: Business Management ]

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Practices of Leadership Contribute to Managing Communication in the Post Bureaucratic Era

- ... 2012) positions were to be closed before 2009. The leader’s response to a problematic situation was true, well reasoned while his business logic was specific, consistent and accurate. Justifying the message with knowledge and business logic is what saved the day for France Telecom. Moreover, communication is used by firms for other various purposes. Nowadays, companies that have targeted the school gate because of higher perspectives of sales revenue. Students should by all means learn, they say, but why don't they read about our company, write about our brand, research their own brand preferences or come up with a drawing for our next ad campaign (Klein, 2000)....   [tags: effectiveness of leadership approaches]

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What Does Feminism Reveal About Women 's Representation On Board Boards

- What does feminism reveal about women’s representation on company boards. What are the strengths and limitations of this theory in understanding the issue. Feminism is a complex theory that has transformed over many centuries, and due to its complexity, it has a variety of sub-categories which further explain its workings. However, for the purpose of this essay, the two opposing categories of liberal and radical feminism will be analysed. In order to assess the strengths and limitations of the the overarching theory, liberal and radical feminism will be applied to the case study of women’s representation on boards....   [tags: Feminism, Feminist theory, Radical feminism]

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Detail Road Map for Achieving the Goals of Community Development

- Detail Road Map For The Purpose Of Achieving The Goals Of Community Development Since, AKH Group has various businesses spread across IT, Consumer Products, BPO and Telecom and the group has a history of being in business for the last 35 years, so it can be assumed that it has done enough research and study to jot down the problem areas and the areas where there is a scope of development Now, going by Ansoff’s Product matrix, there are 4 growth strategies, that can be described as follows: Source: http://www.tutor2u.net/business/strategy/ansoff_matrix.htm (1) Figure 1 Considering the current status of the company, it should go for “Market Development”, which means that they are penetrating...   [tags: marketing, prducts, skills]

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Impact of Business Excellence Practices on Technology Management in India

- 3. TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT THROUGH BE - PEOPLE AND PROCESSES The BE models: there are many of them in the world today, for example, the European Model for BE (European Foundation for Quality Management - EFQM), the Australian Model, the South African Model, the Singaporean Model and so on. Ever since the success of the Malcolm Baldrige model, many countries have used a BE model to drive their industries to excel using the framework of PDCA, which is modified to suit the integrated approach of BE methodologies for implementation....   [tags: Business, Process, Human Resources]

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Statement of Purpose for a Masters in Computer Science

- I remember the day as if it were yesterday. During my second year in college, I was attempting to transmit a group of characters comprising my name from one computer to another. I connected the computers using RS-232 cable, wrote the necessary programs and executed them. I typed my name on one terminal and rushed to the other to see the results. "Wow, this is magic!" I exclaimed as I read 'Tom' on the screen. While I realized intuitively that a complex version of this elementary network could achieve much, at the time I had no real idea what....   [tags: education, electronics, research]

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The Enrollment Services SUBI Move Committee Meeting Notes

- The Enrollment Services SUBI move committee met with Doris Rollins and Pam Larkin from ITU/Telecom Admin. We discussed our phone queues, using VOIP and upgrading our call management system. Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) converts your telephone voice/sound into digital data and transmits that data using the same method as the Internet. In a standard phone system, you have a dedicated wire from your phone to a central switch (reserved for phones only) in your office to the main telephone bank switch....   [tags: Meeting Notes]

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English: The Most Important Language of Today

- Presently, English is the most wide spread language in terms of the number of countries that speak the language as a mother tongue or foreign language. Regardless of languages such as Mandarin, Arabic and Spanish having a great number of speakers, English dominates as a foreign language for many. A Newsweek Magazine article, written by John McWhorter, ranks English as the world’s international language today and states it is likely to remain this way in the future (McWhorter). Writer Dorie Clark for Forbes Magazine also supports this claim from an economic perspective, whereas English is seen as the global language of business as well (Clark)....   [tags: language, mother tongue, foreign language]

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CISCO’s Operations and Strategies in Foreign Markets

- Cisco incorporated has grown significantly over the years, since its inception and has established itself as the number one technology company throughout the industry. Initially, Cisco started as manufacturers of modems and routers, and has expanded its scope over the years. This paper will attempt to address Cisco’s operations and strategies in foreign markets it will also delve into the strengths, weaknesses and threats in the political, legal and economic environment in which it operates. Cisco incorporated operates in geographic regions of the Americas, Asia, and Europe, Africa, and the Middle East....   [tags: silicon intelligence, cisco systems, internet]

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Telemar Norte Leste S.A. (Oi) and Gazprom

- 1.1Introduction BRIC countries are continuously emerging and holding onto a lot of money with large population. With all the factors have shown drastic economic growth not only presence but also considered as being the future leader of global economy Khanna and Wilson (2005). (SAIIA, 2011) Later in the essay to analysis the company’s major issues and actions accordance with companies key strategies on the basis of products and services, key strategic solutions over last five to ten years. The objective of the research is to gain an understanding how firm’s strategy impact the economy’s growth and key success factors that companies have explored as well as to discover how the companies have i...   [tags: strategic solutions, BRIC countries]

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Cell Phone Providers in the United States

- “Can you hear me. Hello. I think we are breaking up,” a friend says to another on their cell phone while riding a train home from university. The United States likes to boast about their cell phones and their providers when in reality they are not the best. There is a lot that could be fixed to give the United States a better chance in modern technology. The United States is falling behind other developed countries with their modern technology involving cell phones. Being one of the greatest countries comes with not the best cell phone coverage known to modern technology....   [tags: Dropped Calls, Coverage, Cell Phones]

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Computer Engineering : Technology And Prudent Management

- “An impeccable product is an amalgamation of technology and prudent management”. If this statement holds any quantity of water then modern engineering projects require effective management of human resource and technology to successfully develop a product. Perhaps, Engineering Management has more scope for cost and time reduction at micro level than meets the eye. Moreover, efficient management of resources is imperative as today projects have interdependencies and they even cut across geographical barriers, traditional systems and cultural diversities....   [tags: Management, Project management]

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