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  • Cisco

    Cisco Case Study Cisco Systems is a leader in its industry and a leading supplier of networking equipment. Through its history it struggled to go from a corporate name to a household known brand. Although Cisco equipment significantly contributed to the backbone of the internet and the company was very successful, the recognition on the brand was low. In the past Cisco’s marketing campaigns targeted corporations and IT decision makers but in 2003 they entered the consumer market. The acquisition

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  • Cisco It

    Cisco IT Case Study Organizational Change and Advanced Services for Operational Success How Cisco IT Implemented Organizational Change and Advanced Services for Operational Success New organizational framework greatly improves operations. Given today’s pressing need to optimize IT services and resources while reducing costs and improving organizationwide productivity, the Cisco lifecycle methodology offers the framework needed to make operations more efficient and responsive. Cisco IT Network

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    different from doing so in the consumer market? 2. Is Cisco’s plan to reach out to consumers a viableone? Why or why not? Cisco Case study Cisco they design, Manufacture, and sell internet protocol (IP) based networking and other products related to the communication and information technology (IT) industry and provide services associated with these products and their use. Cisco also provides a broad line of products for transportation data, voice, and video within buildings, across campuses, and

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  • Cisco Routers

    Cisco systems were founded in December 1984 in California, by a husband and wife team from Stanford University, Leonard Bosack and Sandra Lerner. At Stanford, Bosack found a way to connect the two local area networks where he and his wife worked, 500 yards across campus. ! They initially tried to sell the inter networking technology that Bosack had developed to computer companies, but none were interested. With no buyers they decided top start their own company, Cisco Systems. ! Cisco’s primary

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    CASE Cisco Questions and Answers: 1. Was the ASR 1000 launch campaign a success? It was a very successful launch because they applied the new launch strategy which based on “virtually” “visually”, and “virally” marketing successfully leveraging the new capabilities of web 2.0 and social media networks. Reaching high number of target customers, richness of the customer interactions, and the significant cost savings relative to traditional campaign using mass media shows the success of the launch

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  • Cisco Internation

    Thursday, February 23, 2012 Case Analysis: CISCO Systems: Managing the Go-to-Market Evolution Group 5 ROHIT NATH | GAURAV PATANGE | MANGESH PATIL MAHTAAB KAJLA | SACHIN KUMAR Situation Analysis  Company Introduction  Leader in switches and router market and had followed a strategy of growth through acquisitions  Market capitalization greater than $500 bn in 2000  Followed a market coverage model that contemplated approximately five tiers customers based on opportunities available

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    Week two case # 2-4 Cisco OAD 40264 Planning and Budgeting Ottawa University Dave Chappell Mary Starr July 15, 2013 1. Can other corporations benefit from investing in e-business functionality to the same extent that Cisco has? Cisco launched its official Internet site to provide company and product information. In 1992 Cisco set-up electronic bulletin boards to provide information to their customers. The Telnet site for tech support allowed customers to log on and download updates

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    ii Cisco TelePresence Fundamentals Cisco TelePresence Fundamentals Tim Szigeti, Kevin McMenamy, Roland Saville, Alan Glowacki Copyright©2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. Published by: Cisco Press 800 East 96th Street Indianapolis, IN 46240 USA All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or by any information storage and retrieval system, without written permission from the publisher

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    Cisco Shital Kavle Columbia Southern University Some people think marketing is marketing and whether you are marketing to consumers or marketing to businesses, you are still just marketing to people. But business-to-business (B2B) and business-to-consumer (B2C) marketing is different because, emotionally a person buying a product for themselves verses buying for their company is a very different. Building a strong brand that is able to set a company apart from other business is always an important

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  • Cisco Case

    entering a new markets Cisco has gained new competitors such as IBM, Microsoft etc. In order to compete against these competitors Cisco uses the outstanding methods of both business to business and the consumer marketing. Initially, Cisco has been selling products to other businesses. B2B markets are generally small vertical markets, often niche in size. Branding in B2B is centered on the relationships of many different companies. This is quite visible in the case study when Cisco developed partnerships

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  • Cisco

    Summary On November 13, 2007, a global, cross-functional team at Cisco Systems, Inc. was seeking the green light to start manufacturing a new router, code-named Viking. The team faced a number of challenges in launching the low-cost but powerful router for telecommunications service providers. After overhauling the project to sharply increase the router's planned speed and capacity, the company had just one year to launch the product, an unusually fast schedule. In addition, Viking team was proposing

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  • Cisco Systems

    1. Cisco systems 2.1 Income Statement Cisco Systems (CSCO) Income Statement | | | | | Fiscal year ends in July. USD -- millions except per share data. | 2009-07 | 2010-07 | 2011-07 | Dell 2011 | Revenue | 36117 | 40040 | 43218 | 61494 | Cost of revenue | 13023 | 14397 | 16682 | 50098 | Gross profit | 23094 | 25643 | 26536 | 11396 | Operating expenses | | | | | | Research and development | 5208 | 5273 | 5823 | 661 | | Sales, General and administrative | 9968 | 10715

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  • Cisco Culture

    Cisco Systems, Inc. is an American-based multinational corporation that designs and sells consumer electronics, networking and communications technology and services. Headquartered in San Jose, California, Cisco has more than 65,000 employees and annual revenue of US$40.0 billion as of 2010. By providing a highly connected workplace, an inclusive and diverse environment, comprehensive health and wellness programs, robust professional development opportunities, and competitive compensation and benefits

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  • Cisco Study

    Griffith jmgxb6@mail.missouri.edu JOHN LOTHMAN jdlrzf@mizzou.edu Overview: Cisco Systems Inc, currently the largest company in the Communications Equipment industry, offers a variety of communications products and services. The company supplies most of the Internet Protocol (IP) networking equipment used for the Internet and is

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    Cisco Case Study 1. Observable artifacts are the manifestations of an organization’s culture that employees can easily see or talk about. They supply the signals that employees interpret to gauge how they should act during the workday. An example of observable artifacts of Cisco’s culture is their use of cross-functional teams, councils and boards to enhance innovation and teamwork which lead to faster decision-making. CEO John Chambers uses three words to describe the benefits of this team oriented

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  • Analysis of Cisco Systems

    [pic] In response to Cisco System’s annual financial conference held December 4, 2009, and the current financial and economic situation of Cisco Systems, this memorandum analyzes the forces driving Cisco’s current resources, plan for growth, and competition. Cisco Systems competitors are primarily in the computer networking equipment industry. Cisco Systems competes in other industries as well including: server and mainframes, satellite and broadcast network equipment, and wireless

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  • Cisco Systems, Inc.

    you improve Cisco’s acquisition selection and integration process? Re: Acquiring other companies is an important strategy for Cisco to rapidly offer new products, reach new markets, and grow revenue. Cisco strengths were its large scale production reaching to large customer base, good reputation, and good financing capabilities. However, unlike other networking companies Cisco doesn’t always develop new technologies on it own and have to rely on acquisition. Cisco acquisition selection should the

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    1. At the start of the case, Cisco's information systems are failing, yet no one steps forward to lead the effort to replace them. Why is this? Why were no managers eager to take on this project? The reason is Cisco was such a big company and growing very fast at that time. The legacy system was very hard to get rid of and the efforts and time it requires to replace a new system would not be accepted by the board. The CIO was first trying to avoid an ERP solution and let each functional area

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  • Cisco

    which they execute effective innovation processes, leading to innovations in new product, services and processes, and superior business performance results. An extensive review of the literature on innovation management, along with a case study of Cisco Systems, develops a conceptual model of the firm as an innovation engine. This new operating model sees substantial investment in innovation capability as the primary engine for wealth creation, rather than the possession of physical assets. Building

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  • Cisco Acquisition Integration

    Acquisition Integration A Cisco on Cisco Case Cisco_IT_Case_Study © 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 1 Overview Challenge Integrate the employees, operations, and department-level functions of newly acquired companies quickly and easily Solution Apply standard principles and processes for acquisition integration Results Easier integration that maximizes value of acquisition Next Steps Continue to build integration expertise throughout the company

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    name and good(s), which Cisco effectively accomplished. In a B2B the embattled assemblage is more often than not a firm, institute or corporation. During its B2B, Cisco listening carefully to its thought on manufacturers of IT conclusion within business and company senior managers to promote and put on the market its goods. The goods in this grouping promotes and advertise its character through the consciousness, instruction among other aspects sold to firm. Also Cisco capability to develop “partnerships

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  • Cisco

    1 Cisco Notları OSI Referans Modeli Bilgisayar ağları kullanılmaya başlandığı ilk zamanlarda sadece aynı üreticinin ürettiği cihazlar birbirleriyle iletişim kurabiliyordu. Bu da şirketleri tüm cihazlarını sadece bir üreticiden almalarını zorunlu kılıyordu. 1970’lerin sonlarına doğru ISO (International Organization for Standardization) tarafında, OSI (Open System Interconnection) modeli tanımlanarak bu kısıtlamanın önüne geçildi. Böylece farklı üreticilerden alınan cihazlar aynı ağ ortamında birbirleriyle

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    Cisco, the worldwide leader in networking, has continued to refocus its brand on the B2B market after pulling the reins in on a much-scrutinized extension into consumer audiences. Cisco’s brand has always been able to remain relevant in the switching and router market, but that may not be enough to maintain Cisco’s performance in the future. The recent acquisition of NDS, a leading provider of video software and content security solutions, indicates that Cisco could be looking to gain a more solid

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    1) Cisco suffered from inertia when an attempt was made to engage business management in selecting software for their individual areas, and/or agreeing to participate in the ERP implementation project. List and explain reasons why management would hesitate to become engaged in the IT process/project. Blow is the reasons why management would hesitate to become engaged in the IT process/project. In the first place, the company’s CIO planned to let each functional area make its own decision regarding

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  • Acquisitions

    Premier Dairies | Presentation to Shareholders: Acquisition of Lagos Dairies | | MBA 1 – 2014: Business Management Group 3 4-18-2014 | Introduction Since its inception in 1957, Premier Dairies has been supplying a variety of quality and nutritious milk products thus becoming a household brand name in Southern Africa. The company is listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange with a market capitalisation of R 1.5 billion and a price earnings ratio of 20:1, thus reflecting strong growth

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    Cisco Systems ERP – Case Study Andree Grecchi Hawai’i Pacific University 2/19/2014 IS 6005 Professor: Ken Rossi Table of Contents Who is Cisco? 2 Prehistorical Infrastructure 4 Seeking for a new start 4 Evaluation 6 Conclusion 7 References 8 Who is Cisco? Cisco is one of the most powerful and successful corporation in the IP network industry. In the fiscal 2013 their revenue totaled $48.6 billion and their Net Income was $10.0 billion (Cisco 2013

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  • Merges and Acquisitions

    Mergers and Acquisitions Student’s Name Subject Title Lecturer’s Name Due Date Introduction Mergers and acquisitions are frequently used words in the world of business. They are both an aspect of corporate finance, finance and corporate strategy dealing with the selling, buying, dividing and bringing different companies together that can help the corporation to expand its operations. A merger can be explained as a legal process that involves consolidation of two companies into a single entity

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  • Cisco Risk

    A Case Study Report On Cisco Systems Risk Strategies Submitted to, Amy vuong Submitted by, Marut shah Vishal Dave Manthan Shekhadia Keyur Patel Rudraksh Gaikwad Imran Siddique Mohammad Faisal Contents 1. Introduction ............................................................. 4 1. Executive summary .............................................. 4 2. Issue identification .................................................. 5 1. Challenge & Issues ........................................

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  • Mergers and Acquisition

    Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) are both aspects of strategic management, corporate finance and management dealing with the buying, selling, dividing and combining of different companies and similar entities that can help an enterprise grow rapidly in its sector or location of origin, or a new field or new location, without creating a subsidiary, other child entity or using a joint venture. Methods to pursue a strategy can be divided into three categories: internal growth, external growth (mergers

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  • Cisco

    Cisco for Small Business – An Example Network Case Study This article is part 2 of a 2 part series: Part 1 is at Why Is Cisco Equipment a Smart Investment for Small Businesses? Moving from the broad over view covered in Part 1 lets now move into demonstrating some of the direct benefits of the more commonly implemented features of Cisco router and switches by using a simple, small office scenario as a case study. Typical of a small organization is there are departments for financial matters

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    Cisco Virtualization Experience Infrastructure (VXI) Reference Architecture October 5, 2010 What You Will Learn Enterprise IT departments are pressured to control costs, improve manageability, enhance security, and speed-up the deployment of new capabilities while supporting a consistent user experience across diverse endpoints. Desktop virtualization (DV) has become a popular solution for addressing these needs. With hosted DV, the end-user’s desktop experience (operating system, applications

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  • Cisco

    Base on their new supply chain system CCO, Cisco were took care lots of their customers and cut off Cisco’s spend, but their idea just like a one way, Cisco put them into a very dangerous circumstance, which is they were not thought what would happened during next, even they try to use ICS to make up those customers who cannot use CCO system. Cisco use short version to look entire business, Cisco do not have a back up plan when technology changed. Cisco have Communication problems with their suppliers

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  • Cisco Analyzing

    Cisco System, Inc Cisco System, Inc SMIF Stock Report Information Technology – Communication Equipment Analyst: Thanh Nguyen Date 12.04.13 Ticker: ●CSCO Recommendation: ● HOLD Price: ● 21.24 (as of 12.04.13) Price Target: ● 21.74 Highlights * HOLD Recommendation: Cisco’s expected revenues for the coming quarter will be down 8 to 10% because of weak demand in emerging markets. However, the company had high earnings, and was consistently increasing revenues over recent years

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  • Cisco

    an honor and pleasure to be assigned at Cisco Systems in San Jose, CA. Without exception, the men and women at Cisco provided me every opportunity to broaden my perspective on business practices, leadership, and management. Treating me in every respect as a valued Cisco employee has afforded me the chance to observe the company from the perspective of an “insider” and experience what it is like to serve in a world-class corporate organization such as Cisco Systems. The fellowship would not have

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  • Cisco

    Problem definition Cisco Systems Inc. is one of the leading companies operating in the telecommunication industry. At the present moment, the company has a strong position in the world market and actively develops its business targeting at the wider implementation of new technologies. In fact, the company was traditionally oriented on the introduction of innovations and nowadays it is still focused on the development of new technologies which can improve the position of the company in the market

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  • Cisco System

    Cisco Systems, Inc. 2011 Annual Report Annual Report 2011 Letter to Shareholders To Our Shareholders, Fiscal 2011 was one of the most transformative years we have seen at Cisco. We prioritized, simplified, and took action to drive Cisco’s continued market leadership. We aggressively changed the way we do business to become a faster and more agile partner, with the goal continuing to be to increase our ability to deliver unique value to our shareholders, customers, partners, and employees. Throughout

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    University of Houston Case Study of Cisco Systems, Inc. Nirav Sheth INTB 3354: Introduction of Global Business Professor Alana Aleman April 8, 2015 1. Introduction Leonard Bosack and Sandy Lerner, the married couple who met at Stanford University, founded Cisco in 1984 in San Francisco, California. During Cisco’s founding years at Stanford University, Leonard Bosack, Sandy Lerner, and a few others helped connect hundreds of computers throughout Stanford University on a wired network

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    either via EX_Ports or VEX_Ports. DCFM end users need to have administrative privileges on the discovery switch (or equivalent access, such as root, factory, or admin). Eclipse (McDATA routers) discovery and configuration is not supported. Pure QLogic/Cisco fabrics are not discovered. Only basic information is displayed for non-Brocade devices. Brocade DCFM allows you to change the current discovery switch for maintenance or replacement. If the discovery switch is not reachable, a new discovery switch

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    rP os t 9-699-022 REV: MAY 6, 2002 ROBERT D. AUSTIN RICHARD L. NOLAN MARK J. COTTELEER Cisco Systems, Inc.: Implementing ERP History of Cisco op yo Pete Solvik, Cisco Systems chief information officer (CIO), considered the last remaining line item of his ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) implementation budget. Cisco had a history of rewarding performance with cash bonuses, but the amount allocated for rewarding the ERP team, over $200,000, was unprecedented. To be sure

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    study “Social Strategy at Cisco Systems” written by Mikolaj J. Piskorski, Daniel Malter, and Aaron Smith. It emphasis on a main concern, which is aligned with Cisco Learning Network and Internet of Everything (IoE) and is presented in a question; how can Cisco’s phenomenon of “Internet of Everything” be attained through Cisco Learning Network? The issue highlights the importance of Cisco’s strategic commitment of advancing and supporting the Internet of everything. The Cisco Learning Network, a social

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    Mini Case:  Cisco Systems 1.  How does the business strategy affect information systems and organizational systems decisions? The information system strategy triangle shows the alignment between business strategy, information system strategy, and organizational strategy. Most successful companies have business strategy that drives both organizational strategy and IS strategy. (Pearlson & Saunders, 2012) Cisco’s website states that “Having a strategy discipline is more important than ever

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  • Cisco It

    Cisco IT Case Study Organizational Change and Advanced Services for Operational Success How Cisco IT Implemented Organizational Change and Advanced Services for Operational Success New organizational framework greatly improves operations. Given today’s pressing need to optimize IT services and resources while reducing costs and improving organizationwide productivity, the Cisco lifecycle methodology offers the framework needed to make operations more efficient and responsive. Cisco IT Network

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  • Mergers and Acquisitions

    Krishnan In an ideal merger, the newly created entity pools the best features of the two merging organizations. A well planned process built on the foundations of an open, honest and consistent communication strategy can pave the way. Mergers and acquisitions have become a common phenomenon in recent times. A merger of the size like HP-Compaq has implications for the workforce of these companies across the globe. Although the merging entities give a great deal of importance to financial matters and

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  • Cisco

    create long term skillful workers and unable to compete to the other competitors. Therefore the long term (strategic) plan will be fail. 5. What possible solutions to this dispute do you think might emerge from dialogue between Cisco Systems and its stakeholders? Cisco System should prove and convince to the stakeholder that the development only brings less negative impact by develops the project in eco-friendly ways. They also should create more conducive and prioritize safeties in the whole

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  • Merger and Acquisitions

    Merger and Acquisitions Cisco's growth strategy is based on identifying and driving market transitions. There Corporate Development focuses on acquisitions that help Cisco capture market transitions. Cisco separates acquisitions into three categories: market acceleration, market expansion, and new market entry. They try to determine what the target companies might offer differently as assets to include great talent and technology, mature products and solutions, or new go-to-market and business models

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  • Cisco

    the market structure and demand of Cisco Systems is its business market which contains fewer but larger companies. For Cisco Systems, this implies that even though they have fewer clients than other companies, they still have a good and profitable relationship with their clients. For the customers of Cisco Systems, this implies that they will receive better and faster service and products because they don’t have to compete for the attention and service of Cisco Systems. The business market is derived

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  • Cisco Case

    CISCO case analysis Introduction and background As one of the largest makers of computer network gear Cisco provides a broad line of products for transportation of data, voice and video all over the globe. Cisco is one of the big impacts on how we connect as people, communicate and collaborate. Cisco are focused on the delivery of intelligent networks, technology and business architecture built on integrated products, services, and software platforms to its customers. This case is going to

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  • Cisco

    Cisco Systems, Inc.: Implementing ERP [HBR case #699022] Reviews Cisco System's approach to implementing Oracle's Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software product. This case chronologically reviews the diverse, critical success factors and obstacles facing Cisco during its implementation. Cisco faced the need for information systems replacement based on its significant growth potential and its reliance on failing legacy systems. The discussion focuses on where management was particularly savvy

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  • Cisco Analysis

    Cisco Systems [pic] Networking the Internet Revolution Brandi Martin brandi@ucsc.edu Table of Contents Paper Objective Section 1: The Network Equipment Industry A. Industry Profile B. Competitive Strategies within the Industry C. Porter Model Evaluation of Industry Forces D. Globalization of the Industry E. Importance of Information Technology to the Industry Section II: Company Perspective:

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  • Business Acquisition

    STRATEGIC DIRECTION Identification In 1994, John Chambers, a CEO of Cisco, defined the company’s mission as to "shape the future of the Internet by creating unprecedented value and opportunity for our customers, employees, investors and ecosystem partners. " By the end of 1998, Cisco has become the worldwide leader in networking for the Internet. The company provided its customers with end-to-end enterprise network solutions, which in turn lead to cost savings, process efficiencies, and closer

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