Our competitive advantage will be our superior service delivery and client satisfaction; however, in this environment it may not be enough.
Thus our focus on leveraging industry and client relationships will become tantamount to continued revenue growth. Companies we will compete against in our dayto-day operations and sales pursuit will range from 3-person high-level consultant partnerships to established, multimillion-dollar advertising agencies such as Ogilvy and business management consultancies such as Accenture and Deloitte & Touche.
The manufacturing industry, particularly, old-line heavy equipment, agricultural, and transportation have difficult business issues related to high-end communications services.
In the manufacturing environment, companies are striving to be competitive in all aspects of manufacturing.
Oceania revenue will be based on client needs and market competitive service rates.
Examples of client billing models include: Expected margins are estimated at 30-35 percent for graphic production services and 50-65 percent for consulting services.
This means processes and technology must work together harmoniously and must be integrated.
Even world-class companies have found many improvement opportunities in communications processes and market perceptions.
The following is a short list of professional organizations we have sponsored or have participated in.
Each year competition in this market space gets stronger and stronger.