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What Will the Big Three Do?

Posted: 02/1998   What Will the Big Three Do? By Gary Kim Perhaps the only job in corporate America more challenging than the helm of AT&T is the CEO spot at Apple Computer. For with the addition of the IXC Communications and Qwest networks, there now are six nationwide optical long distance infrastructures. WorldCom is […]

Standing Out in a Crowd

Posted: 02/1998 Standing Out in a Crowd The long distance market is a pretty crowded place. And with the entry of new satellite concerns, Internet telephony providers, resellers of all stripes, and–perhaps sooner than we all expected–the former Bell companies, it’s only going to get worse. On the up side, it’s the little guys that […]

What to Do When The Big Three Beat Your Price

Posted: 12/1997 What to Do When The Big Three Beat Your Price Part Two By Dan Baldwin As you’ll recall from last month’s column, our long distance superhero "Dan" was trying to pick up the pieces of a supposed "slam dunk" $1,500-a-month long distance deal in which he was saving his prospect an easy 30 […]

What to Do When The Big Three Beat Your Price

Posted: 12/1997 What to Do When The Big Three Beat Your Price Part Two By Dan Baldwin As you’ll recall from last month’s column, our long distance superhero "Dan" was trying to pick up the pieces of a supposed "slam dunk" $1,500-a-month long distance deal in which he was saving his prospect an easy 30 […]

What Will the Big Three Do?

Posted: 11/1997   What Will the Big Three Do? By Gary Kim Perhaps the only job in corporate America more challenging than the helm of AT&T is the CEO spot at Apple Computer. For with the addition of the IXC Communications and Qwest networks, there now are six nationwide optical long distance infrastructures. WorldCom is […]

What to Do When The Big Three Beats Your Price

Posted: 11/1997 What to Do When The Big Three Beats Your Price A Working Example By Dan Baldwin Every month in this column we talk about the best ways for agents to sell long distance. We suggest that the best way to do this is to go after "Big Three" (AT&T, MCI and Sprint) customers […]

Interlopers?

Posted: 10/1997 Interlopers? Shifting technological paradigms can be quite hazardous. Steam engines replacing sails, transistors usurping vacuum tubes and the development of the integrated circuit and microprocessor are examples of paradigm shifts that destroyed whole industries and replaced them. Needless to say, industry-leading companies rarely survive such shifts. It isn’t clear yet whether client-server architecture […]

Endeavors

Posted: 09/1997 Endeavors Walking in the Shadows of Giants, a Small Business Takes Big Steps By Peter Meade The entrepreneurial spirit, aggressive marketing savvy and bottom-line sensibility behind Genesis Communications International Inc.’s humble beginnings lie with Derek Gietzen and his wife, Thalia. They put everything they had on the line and used a differentiating system-to-system […]

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