- Chief technologists who heretofore have not had to worry much about helping their companies ramp up foreign trade may soon be asked to add another dimension to their business contributions - accommodating a larger presence in the global market.
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Actually, it's one of the main factors the top of the company needs to be looking into because it's about people, process, products, and technology, Iyer said. These are the four key points that one has to be looking at in terms of integration.
Shoring things up
Iyer, who works with international clients, was one of three panelist at the monthly Full article >>>
typically it's a blend of the two.
Fiserv already has 230 offices worldwide, but most of its 23,000 employees are in the United States. Iyer said observers should dig a little deeper than the cost-cutting part because it also could be an opportunity to expand Fiserv's market. Having a greater presence in India for its banking services, a field that Iyer said is hungry for technical innov......Full article >>>
He has walked the streets of Bangalore and seen equipment from Caterpillar
and Case New Holland
, but that's not all.
You go to India and you look at a call center at an IT company. Most of the machines, most of the equipment that is there, including the cubicle separators, they are either made in the U.S. or bought ......Full article >>>
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