Both companies rely heavily on the sales of PC, especially laptops. The vast market of laptops results in continual changes and alters made within every company that sells laptops too, therefore dell and HP are required to strive for newer ideas and better solutions to surpass its competitors. Relating to this, Dell spent a much lower percentage on Research and Development from its total income, while their main competitors are on the opposite side, this resulted Dell to fall back in opportunities that allow the development of stronger products and newer products to be made as well as to also introduce newer products. Due to a low amount of income spent on R&D, this also resulted in a poor portfolio when it comes to the selling of tablets and smartphones. Dell and HP Inc. are very well known for its online retail service, as it is known that it is more conservative and saves money to sell products online and ensures the activity of the product customization but online services lacks less visibility of the actual product, therefore this can result for the customer to be unsure of the chosen product and could easily decline the offer due to lack of
The products of IBM are recognized around the globe. The company has managed to brand its products as high-quality products. Consumers are willing to purchase the products even at a high price. The company is quick to make new innovations in the market. This gives the company an edge in technological developments.
Good foreground in the packaging industry The company believed that the demand for packaging is getting higher in fast growing regions due to the rapid development of retail chains, healthcare and cosmetics sectors that driven by urbanization. With their advance in technology innovation, Kodak are able to lead and design solutions such as Flexcel NX system that are enables consistent, high quality print with maximum on-press efficiency across the full gamut of flexo print applications. Jeff Clarke, the present CEO of Kodak stated that the company is gaining favorable profits in packaging and is happy with their performance in 2015. 3. Strong growth in printing
A STUDY ON THE IMPACT OF DIGITAL DISRUPTIONS IN REAL ESTATE INDUSTRY Introduction Digital innovations have caused major disruptions in many sectors in the global economy. The impact will be highly felt as most of Sri Lankan businesses are not ready including Real Estate. Digital disruptions caused by digital innovation is all about pervasive as technology associate in to our everyday life. As a result, economies are changing and markets are revolutionizing the way business is done in all industries across the globe where Real Estate industry is no exception. The level of advancement of technology faced by organizations at present is very much similar to the Industrial Revolution of the early 1900’s.
It has been ruling the industry of media, since. But, unfortunately, every ruler can’t rule forever. It’s the twenty first century and Technology is on the rise, it has started changing the perspectives of people by giving them the entire world in the palm of their hands. The basic purpose of conducting this research is to see if the print media is gradually being replaced by the E-media. 1.3
Ben Bernanke has related success of country’s economy with the workforce that “No economy can succeed without a high quality workforce, particularly in an age of globalization and technical changes”. It is the need of 21 century that everyone should play their part in country’s economy by serving with their skills and expertise. We can take an example of China’s economy, it has grown by 7% which is a very high rate of growth as compared to other nations(“China GDP and Economic Data”).It has become possible because their universities and colleges have put emphasis on practical studies and developing skills. Their workforce is high and strong and ultimately each and every individual has contributed in the success of their economy. Colleges and universities should guide students regarding their interested fields and to make them learn necessary skills which could help them in workplace.
NAME: SHARIFAH PUTERI SURATI BT SAYID ABDULLAH NO MATRIK: S39576 GROUP: K14 TITLE: EFFECTS OF THE USE OF TECHNOLOGIES ON ECONOMY. In the last decade, computer and telecommunications industry has been advancing in many countries especially in developed countries like the United States, China, and Australia. Technology gives positive effects on business nowadays which give positive results on economic growth. This is because, technology makes everyone get connected without limit and the information can get easily in one place. In addition, technology makes every business function like accounting, human resources, marketing, sales and customer service become easier and can be done efficiently by just using technology.
Digital Divide – This technology is reducing the geographical boundaries to education. The individuals and various educational and even non-educational organizations can have at their door-step a huge information, world wide educational course ware, irrespective of their location. However, this access to information is not free of cost, further it needs to spend on expensive hardware and software & limitations of ‘Telecommunications’ creates the major hurdles to most of the organizations intending to use ICT. To meet the global needs and to face the global competition, a poor country like Vietnam has also began to obtain the internet access and started implementation of ICT in their educational sector. But, it is increasing the cost of infrastructure for the educational institutes.
Its EBITDA margins reached £355 million which was yet another record. Machine sales in terms of units increased from 51,600 in the previous year to 69,100 in 2011. This was made possible due to strong growth in both traditional as well as emerging economies. JCB has been investing heavily in UK as well as overseas- starting a new factory in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Also, substantial investment in research and development continues to make JCB a leader in innovative technology which has helped the company in improving fuel efficiency of its engines on a continuous basis.
A large young working population with median age of 24 years, nuclear families in urban areas, along with increasing working-women population and emerging opportunities in the services sector are going to be the key growth drivers of the retail sector in India. India’s retail market has experienced enormous growth over the past decade. The most significant period of growth for the sector was between year 2000 & 2006, when the sector revenues increased by about 93.5% translating to an average annual growth of 13.3%. The sectors growth was partly a reflection of the impressive Indian economic growth and over all rises in income level of consumers. Retailing is one of the pillars of the economy in India.