Tag Archives: Latin America

A Unique Leadership Perspective defines Dimension Data

Dimension Data has always been distinctive amongst the overcrowded IT infrastructure services market place due to the simple fact that it is the only global player to stake a leadership position that has originated from an emerging market. From humble … Continue reading

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IBM GMU – Managing growth in diversity

In September 2013, IBM reignited their Analysts Insight event in Singapore to highlight investments in the IBM Growth Markets Unit or GMU. For those who are unawares, the IBM GMU contains most of the growth countries of the global economy. … Continue reading

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Outcome Based Pricing – Adoption soars in Emerging markets

I have written about, and patiently waited for many years, to see outcomes based pricing and contract relationships to come to the fore in the delivery of IT or business processes. I had expected them to be most prevalent in … Continue reading

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HP and IBM – The Asia Pacific Analyst Showdown

Leading analysts in the Asia Pacific region have a unique opportunity to compare and contrast the capabilities and roadmap of the two legacy enterprise IT behemoths, IBM and HP in the next couple of weeks. In a fortuitous piece of … Continue reading

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