In order to compete, companies have to be efficient and
capable of distributing across geographic locations. The
development and advancement of the Internet, IT, and
communication technologies have made global expansion far
easier and increased the general market size and market
potential, forming an international network of commerce.
From New York to New Delhi, Brussels to Bangkok, companies
can now operate on a wide geographic spectrum, acquiring
new and lucrative market shares, wherever their products or
services are competitive. Unfortunately, the technology
required to support such global operations is often very
costly and inflexible, creating a restrictive barrier to
companies that have the capabilities, products, and / or
skills to take advantage of these advancements.
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