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Published By: HSBC     Published Date: Feb 27, 2019
So, you want to take your company global? For many organizations, forward growth means international expansion. While you may recognize the need for this growth, making it happen is another matter. In order to expand into new markets, you’ll need to identify your growth strategy, navigate unclear rules and regulations, understand cultural differences, and so much more. There are many complex considerations when growing your business globally – many of which you didn’t need to address in order to grow domestically. ____ The materials contained in this website are not intended for audiences located outside of the United States. This site does not intend to collect personal information about persons located outside the US and no marketing or services are directed at individuals located in the European Union. Content is Sponsored by HSBC
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Published By: IBM     Published Date: Mar 28, 2008
The dominant provider of investment processing services in the U.S., DTCC sought to parlay its record of service innovation and cost leadership by expanding globally. DTCC teamed with IBM to re-architect its core processing infrastructure to enable it to push its already world-leading transaction capabilities even further to accommodate DTCC's global growth vision.
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Published By: DocuSign     Published Date: Jun 25, 2014
Agile development cycles churn out new releases of disruptive technologies as often as every quarter, making the high-tech industry one of unpredictable product cycles and rapid growth. Success in the unpredictable high-tech industry demands improving profitability while regulating costs.
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docusign, high-tech, esignatures, technologies, rapid growth, speed, expand globally, it management, knowledge management
    
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Published By: Epicor     Published Date: Sep 25, 2014
Companies now need to evolve quickly, which means being able to move some or all business operations to an existing or new ERP instance quickly and inexpensively, anywhere in the world. Small companies are increasingly likely to become multi-national as emerging markets take on larger roles in revenue growth. Larger companies continue to optimize and innovate through organic development, as well as through mergers and acquisitions. In this increasingly competitive environment, the ERP deployment choice is a signi?cant advantage for companies seeking an agile response to constantly changing and often-volatile market conditions. In particular, cloud-based ERP systems are increasingly seen as an effective means for companies to economically deploy new ERP or expand IT operations as their commercial reach broadens globally.
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business operations, erp, emerging markets, optimization, innovation, organic development, it operations, it management, data management
    
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Published By: Epicor Software     Published Date: Mar 18, 2015
In this increasingly competitive environment, the ERP deployment choice is a signi?cant advantage for companies seeking an agile response to constantly changing and often-volatile market conditions. In particular, cloud-based ERP systems are increasingly seen as an effective means for companies to economically deploy new ERP or expand IT operations as their commercial reach broadens globally.
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erp deployment, cloud-based erp systems, it operations, commercial reach, it management
    
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Published By: DocuSign     Published Date: Aug 09, 2016
Whoever made up the saying “It’s not worth the paper" it’s printed on obviously had no idea just how much that piece of paper costs from a business standpoint. One study from Resources Information Systems Inc. (RISI) estimates companies spend about $8 billion per year just managing paper. And that's only in the US. Expand that globally, and it’s a world of pain.
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docusign, digital, digital transaction management, papeless, paper cost
    
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Published By: OracleSMB     Published Date: Jan 04, 2018
Leaders of the Inc. 5000—some of the fastest growing private companies in America—are overwhelmingly optimistic about 2017, and they are investing accordingly. This was just one of the key findings of the recent Oracle/Inc. study, "The Talent and Tech Driving America’s Fastest-Growing Companies." So just how optimistic are they? Very optimistic. Almost nine out of 10 respondents (89 percent) described themselves as either “extremely” or “very” confident about their prospects for success in 2017. Buoyed by this enthusiasm, the majority are growing virtually all aspects of their businesses. They are: adding employees moving into new markets offering new products expanding globally
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