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Gabriel Brown
Gabriel Brown
9/5/2016 | 7:31:41 AM
Re: Centralization & international operations
I'm sure this will all prove very effective, but there are shades of David Brent in The Office here. Altice Way sounds like it could be a street in an office park in the Thames Valley
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9/5/2016 | 6:05:18 AM
Centralization & international operations
Centralization and best practices etc is a good idea in theory but just how possible is that across international operations?

There are no doubt gains to be had as long as the company realizes that there's a limit to what can be implemented (on a tech and operations basis) in different countries, and not just from a regulatory standpoint.

But the idea is sound, especially when it comes to having the same core values around services and seeking ways to benefit from IT/tech developments that are universal (data analytics and digital transformation, fo example).

THis is going to be a great test case and Combes has a track record of achieveing goals.

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