Category Industry Overview

  • The Telecommunications Industry Overview: Version 2

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    Connecting the globe, the telecommunications industry is an essential element of the modern business world. It is also one of the most volatile. Plagued by regulatory discord and economic uncertainty, telecom carriers have struggled to maintain sound footing and a competitive edge,

  • The Retail Industry Overview: Version 2

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    Retail is one of the largest industries and one of the most visible to consumers. The retail industry includes businesses such as automobile dealers, retail gas stations, and department stores. Over the years, it has gone through various sales-channel shifts, from catalog sales to online selling.

  • The Pharmaceutical Industry Overview: Version 3

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    The pharmaceutical industry provides an extensive range of medications to consumers throughout the world. Comprised of a variety of stakeholders, this industry is dependent on discovering and developing medicines, manufacturing these products commercially and marketing them to health officials or consumers.

  • The Manufacturing Industry Overview: Version 2

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    “Business has only two functions – marketing and innovation.” Companies in the manufacturing industry seem to be taking this lesson from the legendary management guru, Peter F. Drucker, very seriously now. The manufacturing industry – the powerhouse driving many economies – has been reeling under the most challenging time in its history.

  • The Insurance Industry Overview: Version 3

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    Comprised of a variety of stakeholders, the Insurance industry provides products and services that are designed to protect businesses and individuals from risks. The industry players deliver risk coverage, while attempting to manage their own risks in an environment that is subject to regulatory requirements, competitive forces, margin pressures, and changing customer demands.

  • The Information Technology Industry Overview: Version 3

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    The information technology industry plays a unique role in helping companies conduct their businesses in the modern era. Industry participants must be highly competitive to provide the latest technological advances. It provides value to customers by embracing new trends, such as cloud computing, virtualization, and mobile application solutions to keep their customers ahead of the competition.

  • The Health Care Industry Overview: Version 2

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    There is growing evidence that the current health systems around the world will be unsustainable if they go unchanged over the coming years. The health care industry is under constant pressure to streamline operations and cut extraneous spending, while providing quality, safe, and cost-effective care to its patients. In addition, operating in a highly regulated environment, industry players need to constantly adjust their systems and processes for compliance.

  • The Food and Beverage Industry Overview

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    The Food and Beverage Industry encompasses the production, processing, distribution, and sale of food and beverages to consumers. The industry is made up of a wide range of organizations – from farmers who produce the raw material, to companies who process and package branded products, to retailers who supply food and beverages to their customers. The industry is very competitive and participants are continually under pressure to contain costs.

  • The Banking Industry Overview

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    The banking industry is a vital component to individual, business, national, and global financial well-being. This industry builds and maintains financial relationships with customers of all sizes to supply financial products and services that stimulates economic growth.

  • The Automotive Industry Overview

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    Trends in the automotive industry are considered a barometer of a mature economy. The industry has been going through some dramatic changes in the last few years, and major manufacturers, including the Big Three (General Motors, Ford, and DaimlerChrysler) and their suppliers, are reorganizing to be competitive in the global marketplace.

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