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Perspectives On: From the Garage to the NYSE in 10 Years p3

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Millions of new companies are started every year all over the globe. Most of these companies are local service providers trying to build a platform for feeding the owner and her family. None of these companies will make it to the New York Stock Exchange and they may live “happily ever after” nevertheless. By providing excellent services there is always room for new companies in any location. 

Software companies don’t have this option.A software company must strive for a leading global market position. If they don’t they may not be able to feed their families for long. While local companies are typically labor intensive with value propositions linked to local delivery, software companies are typically IP intensive, somewhat capital intensive and much less dependent on local delivery.
Listen to Perspectives On with Jim Treleaven, CEO of Via Strategy Group, LLC, Hans Peter Bech, CEO of TBK Consult and Jim Yates, CEO of Network Magic discuss topics in technology, globalization and business each week on Friday at 9a CST.