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  • . Customer Centricity and Predictive Intelligence Customer-centric practices align customer growth and profitability with an estimate of the revenue and profitability potential for a store, a market and the entire enterprise.
  • . For Enterprise Growth solutions Allant applies its customer-centric approach to the following areas: Enterprise Growth Assessment, Market Optimization and Store Forecasting.
  • . Acquisition of a brand or new product development – insights into impacts of acquisitions and the potential synergies and market opportunity between our client’s brand and the potential acquired brand or the development of a new product or category.
  • . Market Optimization Customer knowledge and insights are not only critical to apply the right value proposition, contact strategy and creative but also critical to optimize the marketing budget.
  • . It will be increasingly important to integrate marketing strategy, programs and campaigns across customer segments and channels.

    digital rights management software > DRM Enterprise Market Poised For Growth > July 1, 2004
  • , , , July 01, 2004 (2:53 PM EDT) DRM Enterprise Market Poised For Growth DRM Enterprise Market Poised For Growth By , Large companies concerned with protecting digital documents and e-mail are expected to increase spending dramatically on digital rights management software, a market research firm said Thursday.
  • . Driving this awareness is heavy marketing from large vendors, such as Microsoft Corp.
  • . In addition, smaller content management companies are marketing the DRM capabilities they're adding to broader products, Sargent said.
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    Tongrentang to List in HK Growth Enterprise Market
  • Monday, March 20, 2000, updated at 17:06(GMT+8) Business Tongrentang to List in HK Growth Enterprise Market Tongrentang, China's mainland listed company, recently issued an announcement that the company's 2000 first temporary shareholders meeting had voted in a written form and passed the draft resolution on the establishment of the Beijing Tongrentang Technology Development Co.
  • . After its founding, the new company will apply to related State department for listing in HK Enterprise Market.
  • . The business scope of the company mainly covers the production, process and marketing of Chinese patent drugs, Chinese herbal medicines and bio-medicines.

    Oracle #1 on Linux
  • | Oracle is #1 on Linux Oracle Drives Growth of Enterprise Database on Linux by 95% in 2005 As reported by, Gartner Group has found that Linux is the fastest growing operating system in the Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) market with an 84% leap in market share.
  • . Oracle's market share on Linux was 80.6% in 2005, up from 76.1% in 2004 Oracle's revenues in the fast growing Linux market were up 95% Oracle's RDBMS business on Linux vaulted past $1 billion "Oracle is by far the database of choice for Linux platforms.
  • . Clustering database applications on low cost Linux servers delivers the performance, scalability and reliability today's businesses are looking for, " said Willie Hardie, Vice President, Database Product Marketing at Oracle.


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    NTT DATA - Our Business
  • IT Services Market and Climate for the NTT DATA Group The IT services market is seeing slower growth due to several factors.
  • . These developments, made possible by advances in technology, are expected to bring steady growth to the IT service market over the middle and long term.
  • . Earnings from the enterprise market, by contrast, have made up a relatively smaller portion of the whole.
  • . This latter area, however, is a large market with good growth potential.
  • . As new medium-term management policies to these ends, the company will emphasize five strategies aimed at improving its basic fitness, namely, building up its marketing strength, strengthening SI competitiveness, aggressively creating new products and services, making efficient use of SG&A expenses, and creating an environment where human talent can flourish.
  • . Summary of Major Initiatives (1) Implementing strategies for growth Build up marketing and development power in enterprise systems field, etc.
  • . Develop and implement platforms for building next-generation core systems The market for use of open technologies to build mission-critical and other main systems is expected to expand.

    Scottish Enterprise - Business Support - Develop your strategy
  • | Helpline or call 0845 607 8787 From within Scotland 0141 228 2000 From anywhere in the UK FAQs > > > Develop your strategy Develop your strategy Develop your strategy Marketing planning tool This support is for companies with the potential for growth, but who need help to get the most from their marketing.
  • . What’s involved? Advice and support from an adviser – including specialist software tools to plan your marketing.
  • . You will look at topics including: growth marketing survivability legal obtaining funding employing staff tax VAT Find out more Call the Business Gateway Business Information helpline on 0845 609 6611 or visit the Investment readiness support This support is for companies who need professional support to get ready for outside investment.

    Cardiff Software Appoints Dan Shirra to Vice President of Worldwide Marketing
  • . Shirra will oversee the strategic direction and execution of Cardiff's global marketing initiatives, including its worldwide channel marketing programs and the launch of its integrated suite of business process-automation solutions.
  • . Shirra brings more than 15 years of experience to Cardiff, with a proven track record marketing enterprise software solutions for companies offering enterprise content management and application integration solutions.
  • . He also brings extensive experience managing worldwide channel marketing programs for leading, high-growth technology companies.
  • . Most recently, Shirra served as Chief Marketing Officer for eGrail Inc., a worldwide provider of enterprise Web content management software, where he repositioned the company to target the profitable enterprise market and helped double revenue growth in 2001.
  • . Prior to eGrail, Shirra served as Vice President of Worldwide Product Marketing for Metiom, where he was instrumental in driving cross-functional initiatives with sales and channel marketing to increase revenues six-fold.

    Sluggish Growth in SOHO and Enterprise Router Markets
  • Sluggish Growth in SOHO and Enterprise Router Markets Search: Client Login: For more information, contact: Elaine Potter, Marketing Coordinator Phone: 480-483-4441; Email: Enterprise Networks Sluggish Growth in SOHO and Enterprise Router Markets SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., February 4, 2005 - Though the SOHO router market was expected to show strong growth in number of units shipped in 2004, price reductions were expected to keep total revenue flat, reports In-Stat (
  • . This reflects the maturity of the market, as do results in the Enterprise market, which is expected to show declines in units shipped and total revenue in 2004.
  • . In-Stat forecasts that growth in the SOHO router market will slow in 2006 as VoIP becomes widely deployed.
  • . In-Stat expects the Enterprise router market will continue to have slow growth over the forecast period.
  • . A recent report by the high-tech market research firm found the following: The majority of shipments for the SOHO market in 2003, as well as in 2004, were 802.11b/g wireless routers.

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    TIA | PulseOnline March 2001, Market Development: Global Enterprise Market Development Department
  • . Formerly the MultiMedia Telecommunications Association (MMTA), the GEMD helps TIA members to open and expand the competitive communications solutions market through market intelligence, cross-industry educational and credentialing programs, and live and Web-based networking/strategic partner programs.
  • . The subcommittee focuses on the business/marketing return on investment, the technologies surrounding the investment, and the channel that delivers the solutions to small and medium-sized enterprises.
  • . Activities include ventures forums, market education and CEO forums.
  • . The Education/Credentialing Subcommittee conducts programs that enhance the promotion and visibility for certification and education programs through media placements, end-user market education and co-marketing agreements.
  • . The Network Services Distribution Subcommittee is a forum for network service providers and independent network services distribution companies to explore issues and opportunities for mutual benefit through promotion and growth of network services markets, and for increased profitability and customer satisfaction.

    TIA | PulseOnline April 2002, Market Development: What Will Drive Growth in Broadband Markets?
  • . Economic, technical and public policy drivers are rightly aligned for market growth.
  • . TIA members ask whether proposed regulatory/legislative policy shifts will dramatically stimulate -- or impede -- growth in the business applications market.
  • . Arthur Gruen, principal of Wilkofsky Gruen & Associates and primary author of TIA's annual Telecommunications Market Review and Forecast, will begin the session, discussing who is providing high-speed Internet access to SMEs and the rate of growth TIA predicts through 2005.
  • . The session will close with a discussion -- led by TIA Enterprise Futures Working Group Chair, Henry Dewing, product marketing principal, Intel Corporation -- of how proposed legislative/regulatory initiatives might potentially affect availability of high-speed communications solutions.
  • . This event is being staged in conjunction with the business meeting of the Global Enterprise Market Development (GEMD) Council, which is chaired by Fred Yentz of Radisys Corporation.

    AMR Research: $17 Billion Expected Future Growth in Enterprise Applications Market
  • . AMR Research expects the enterprise applications market to grow from $47.8 billion in 2004 to $64.8 billion by 2009.
  • . “The shift in market share can be attributed to widespread consolidation and the decision by large ERP vendors to make strategic investments in traditional best-of-breed territories, ” said Tony Friscia, president and CEO of AMR Research.
  • . “The availability of add-on modules from suite vendors prevents best-of-breed vendors from commanding premium prices as they did when they created these markets.” The success and growing presence of hosted applications from companies like are changing the pricing model of the software industry.
  • . While the traditional pricing model continues to dominate the enterprise applications market, AMR Research predicts that application hosting will grow faster than other revenue categories through 2009: 22% per year.
  • . The Market Analytix Report Series provides technology vendors with targeted marketing and competitive information on key application markets of ERP, SCM, CRM, procurement, PLM, and HCM.

    Growth from within: E. Morris Communications Inc. gained market share in a less than stellar environment by turning to existing clients Black Enterprise - FindArticles
  • . gained market share in a less than stellar environment by turning to existing clients , by EUGENE MORRIS' FIRM WAS nearinG death's door.
  • . Some might have given in to the trend to sell or partner with a general-market agency.
  • . The organization, composed of 10 advertising agencies and marketing communication firms, hopes to leverage their collective power to further their success in the advertising industry.
  • . Advertisement For turning his company around, repositioning it to play in the general market by handling a range of high-quality public relations, advertising, and marketing assignments, Morris demonstrates the true spirit of entrepreneurship, earning EMC the distinction of the 2005 BLACK ENTERPRISE Advertising Agency of the Year.
  • . In the African American marketing segment, hard times always "weed out the pretenders, " he says.


    Trade and International Trade

  • Trade and International Trade Market information and market development have always been essential for enterprise development and growth.
  • . With the advent of globalization, extensive market information is needed to make critical business decisions about markets, product sourcing, partnerships, alliances, exporting, and much more.This page lists and rates Internet resources related to marketing and export development, national trade, global markets and international trade.
  • . Originally created by two professors from West Chester University to be the Marketing specialty area within the World Wide Web Virtual Library, this meta site has grown to become one of the leading resource and reference sites on the Internet for those involved in marketing, advertising, selling, promotion, research and e-commerce.
  • . From the Strategis Home Page ( Industry Canada ) this category provides the market information needed to make critical business decisions about markets, product sourcing, partnerships, alliances, exporting, and much more.A very good site.

    Enterprise VoIP adoption fuels sudden IP PBX boom - Researchers predict continued strong annual growth in segment - Americas Network
  • Search Departments Questex Telecom Community Resource Centers Reader Resources Advertiser Resources Talk to Us Enterprise VoIP adoption fuels sudden IP PBX boom Researchers predict continued strong annual growth in segment Jan 1, 2006 By: America's Network By more than just one measure, the IP PBX market showed particular strength in 2005, helped by the emergence of VoIP in the enterprise market.
  • . IP PBX out distanced the conventional PBX market, which continued to trend steadily downward.
  • . labels VoIP, "the technology bright spot in an otherwise hard-pressed telephony market." Market researcher Infonetics predicts, meanwhile, that pure IP PBX revenue will jump to $277 million by Q1 2006, a yearly gain of 24% over 2005.
  • . Infonetics credits the overall move toward VoIP technology as driving the market.
  • . So it's easy to see how VoIP's boom in the enterprise moves the market.
  • . SOFTWARE SWITCH Despite the surge in the IP PBX market in 2005, some analysts say that IP PBX risks becoming obsolete as telephony shifts to a software-based environment.

    GIS Finally Making Cents: Growth Companies Tap the Enterprise Power of GRID Systems - Articles - Location Intelligence
  • . They accomplish this by automating and integrating real-world business processes, seamlessly connecting an organization's strategy and assets while providing the ability to execute customer marketing programs that deliver desired business results.
  • . Despite the posturing of some key vendors and trade organizations, including the September 2004 repositioning of the Open Geospatial Consortium, the ground truth of most geo-marketing technology today is that most corporations are struggling with a patchwork of systems.
  • . The complexity of multiple systems that cannot communicate without software "work-arounds" means that time to market or decision-making is often slowed or impaired.The drain on resources to manage multiple systems also compromises an organization's focus and ability to deliver value to their customers.
  • . An example of one of Tactician's GRID solutions includes the seamless integration of strategic business applications for market management and market optimization with Internet-based tools for executing geographically targeted and customer segmented direct marketing campaigns. @CallCenter