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Emerging markets more mature in SCM use

Businesses in emerging markets such as China and Brazil utilize supply chain management more effectively to improve business processes and revenues compared to their counterparts in matured markets, analyst says.

October 13, 2010 by

Total spending in network services to reach $9.1 bln in 2012 in Asia

According to IDC, over 70% of respondents in markets such as Australia, China, and India indicated that solutions pertaining to the network were either important or very important. Total spending in Network services (which includes Network Consulting & Integration Services (NCIS) and Network Management (NM)) will grow from $4.7 bln in 2007 to $9.1 bln [...]

August 6, 2008

Total spending in network services to reach $9.1 bln in 2012 in Asia

According to IDC, over 70% of respondents in markets such as Australia, China, and India indicated that solutions pertaining to the network were either important or very important. Total spending in Network services (which includes Network Consulting & Integration Services (NCIS) and Network Management (NM)) will grow from $4.7 bln in 2007 to $9.1 bln [...]

August 6, 2008

How to draw China's OSS crowd

My friend Bjorn Stabbel posed some interesting questions about the lack of enthusiasm for open source in China. Bjorn is an owner in a software development company, Exoweb, that specializes in content Management systems using Python and Plone development.

October 18, 2006 by

BMC strengthens Australian sales force

Management software maker BMC Software has selected Melbourne as its base to provide sales support for the Asia-Pacific region, the capital of Victoria pipping Singapore in a two-way race.According to Simon Price, BMC Asia-Pacific's Marketing vice-president, the company underwent an extensive study of Australia, Singapore, India and China before making a decision.

March 11, 2004 by

WTO: Singapore's future lies in services

As China grows in importance in the production sector, the WTO's director-general recommends that countries like Singapore turn to services. With China's rising importance as a production hub, mature countries such as Singapore should turn to exporting its knowledge-management expertise in the form of services to stay relevant in the global economy.

July 9, 2002 by

i2 bullish about China

SINGAPORE--US-based supply chain management solutions provider i2 Technologies Inc. expects its business in China to grow 100 percent next year, powered by opportunities in the mainland's manufacturing sector.

December 2, 2001 by

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