The Company Of The Future
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...amongst distributed teams. By working together, there can be a significant increase in innovation and differentiation. With the right collaborative tools, correctly implemented, organisations and their people can do things quicker and smarter.
One example of a company looking beyond geographical barriers is ClearCell Group. They were established in 2005 by two founders, initially working from home. Their first client was based in the Ukraine. Soon after their establishment, Clear Cell set up a...
...team of analysts in a Quickstart Global client centre in Vadodara, India.
Since then they have won clients in Russia, Canada and the US. Today 90% of sales come from overseas operations, with 55% of their talent based outside the UK and have achieved a turnover of over £5m. Their success can be attributed to the skills and cost of the statisticians which they hired in India, helping them to win and keep more business. The talent did not exist domestically, but by looking elsewhere they have built a strong and vibrant business.
As we emerge from recession, many organisations are using the experiences of the last year to rethink the way in which they operate — the winners will be those which see the global opportunities and grab them.
To find out more about how you can take your company global contact firstname.lastname@example.org or go to Quickstart Global
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