Monday, November 21, 2005

NEN's Village Approach

NewEdge tells businesses that "it takes five companies to “raise” a new high-speed network." A Handi-mart "expects to use its broadband network to speed up payment transactions, provide real-time communication of data and information to and from stores, increase profit by reducing overall operating expenses, and provide remote system monitoring and maintenance. " Good lessons to be learned from this press release:
  1. You can't build out for 1 client.
  2. Broadband is about ROI - what can the customer Do with the broadband in terms of saving time or money and gain productivity or added services.

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