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Industry Perspectives: Strategic Workforce Management in the Automotive Industry
There’s a buzz in the automotive industry around the concept of “strategic workforce management”—getting the right people, for the right job, at the right time,

telecommunications industry union  market pressures, a leading telecommunications company needed to reduce its workforce to meet operating expense goals. The company chose to offer a voluntary, early retirement program to 14,000 eligible managers-expecting that 6,000 would accept. Challenge The company had completed several acquisitions, workforce reductions, and divestitures in the past, but this time the process needed to be completed within a month in order to capture more than $1 billion on the upcoming quarterly report. In addition, t

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CC&B for the Telecommunications Industry RFI/RFP Template

CC&B Core Requirements, Packages, Discounts, and Promotions, Mediation, Retail Rating and Billing, Billing for New Generation Services, Wholesale and Interconnect Billing, Customer Care, Provisioning and Activation, Accounts Receivable, Financial Systems, Reporting, Electronic Bill Presentment and Payment Services, Revenue Assurance, Multinational Requirements, Technical Requirements 

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According to an announcement by International Business Machines on Thursday December 16, 1999, IBM is working with German telecommunications services company Deutsche Telekom to assemble the largest data warehouse in the world. When complete, the warehouse will contain up to 100 terabytes of customer and call records, to be used for Customer Relationship Management (CRM) applications.

telecommunications industry union  is working with German telecommunications services company Deutsche Telekom to assemble the largest data warehouse in the world. When complete, the warehouse will contain up to 100 terabytes of customer and call records, to be used for Customer Relationship Management (CRM) applications. The warehouse will be built by T-Nova, Deutsche Telekom's systems integration subsidiary, and will use IBM's RS/6000 SP parallel processing servers and IBM's DB2 Universal Database. The customer expects to have 25 terabyt Read More

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