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Corporates

We segment corporate customers in two different ways:Standard classification based on industry 'verticals' and 'sub-verticals';and separation based on number of employees, which provides very useful insights into procurement and usage behaviour, driven by organisational culture and dynamics. In some ways, corporate users have been slower in the adoption of new products and services enabled by the new digital revolution; for example consumers who use some multi-player online games use more sophisticated simulation tools than those available inside most companies! Products and services aimed at corporate users need to reflect:user consumption behaviour by individuals and groups of users;different channels to market; different business models models; and different perceptions of value and return on investment.

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RiffStream#Delhi - Imtiaz Shams, Sunfish Solar

Imtiaz Shams, Business Development Director of Sunfish Solar, presents his company's Concentrated Solar Power proposition using advanced Optics technology for India. More »

Monday, March 18, 2013

RiffStream#Delhi - Malcolm Corcoran, AMT-Sybex

Malcolm Corcoran, Partner Development Director at AMT Sybex presents his company's software proposition for power utilities. More »

Monday, March 18, 2013

RiffStream#Delhi - Mark Sinclair, Science & Innovation Network

Mark Sinclair, welcomes the delegates to RiffStream#Delhi and provides an overview of the various initiatives proposed to promote UK India collaborations in the Power Sector. More »

Monday, March 18, 2013

RiffStream#Delhi - Paul Huggett, ESP KTN

Paul Huggett, Knowledge Transfer Executive, Electronics, Sensors and Photonics KTN, UK, presents an overview of the KTN, its objectives and priorities. More »

Monday, March 18, 2013

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