Sadly, it is not difficult for so many of us to concede that, except for maybe the historic elections in the US and the successful Olympic Games in Beijing, 2008 was a terrible and somber year. It felt long-drawn-out, and many of us will have trouble sinking it easily into oblivion.
Without even talking about our retirement funds and investments being slashed by about 40 percent (as part of a
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utilities, architecture, engineering & construction (A/E/C), information technology (IT) services, real estate, business services, marketing/communications, etc. continually experience a number of change drivers. These drivers range from frequent reorganizations/restructuring, change of business models, mergers & acquisitions (M&A’s), government reforms and/or regulations, organic growth, change of customer base, competitive pressures, and so on. Such BLINC firms appreciate the underlying ERP