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Real-Time Economy: Part 2

Real-time thinking will grow our states economy

Its a strategy, process and technology

Wisconsins economy is very real. It reaches across the entire spectrum of local, state, national, and international borders. Real-time economies create new opportunities in the life sciences and information technology. We can help our current economy by helping our states traditional b......

Full article >>> ocess structure. Businesses must strive to have the ability instantaneously react to changes. Those changes may be a reaction to changing market conditions that are caused by world politics and economies. The result is not a new economy but a now economy.

GE managers monitor everything in real-time. They utilize a digital dashboard that provides them with a continually updated view of al......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Mike Klein 06/07/03


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