Thursday, 23 July 2009

June Video Games Sales Drop

Executive summary By : Kirk Jensen

Video Game Sales fall a fourth straight month as of June. According to market researcher NPD Group sales of computer game hardware, software and accessories dropped 31 percent from the same month as last year.

Even though sales have declined, the video game audience has grown. Hardware sales in June tumbled 38 percent to $382.6 million from $617.3 million. The Nintendo Wii not surprisingly was the month's best-selling console system with 361,700 units sold, and the Nintendo DS was the top selling handheld gaming system with 766,500 sold.

Video game sales dropped 29 percent to $625.8 million from 4875.8 million. The best selling video games included Prototype for the Xbox 360, fighting game UFC 2009 for the Xbox and the fitness game EA Sports Active for the Nintendo Wii.

Sunday, 5 July 2009

Telecommunications Solutions For Small, Medium, Large and Enterprise Business

Executive summary By : Ron Legarski

There are some key criteria that can be applied when deciding on the telecommunications solution that best suits your business requirements. Secondly, decide which functionalities could improve the efficiency of your business and the productivity levels of your staff. This could be measures such as predictive dialing or presence based features. There is a plethora of functions available on a I/PBX solution, but to reduce costs, be sure to remain focused on what solutions will drive your business.

Thirdly, it is important to understand return on investment and service providers need to give you an indication of how long this period is. Last but not least, it is important to try to find a solution that will scale easily in line with your business requirements. This is not only in terms of the manner in which a business grows or shrinks, but should also for the progression of technology. In other words, it is crucial that today's purchase can still be used in tomorrow's business world

Thursday, 2 July 2009

Make it Last!

Executive summary By : Andrea V . Smith

Purchasing and distributing promotional articles among clients and prospects is a big effort, especially for small companies trying to capture a specific niche in the market. Say you manufacture and sell expensive pieces of equipment for a specific brand of industry. Each sale will report a five figure earning, and each prospect or company interested in your services has a higher probability of becoming a customer than if you sold something more common or cheaper. So from every hundred of branded promotional items your people hand out, five of them will become customers and render a fifty thousand dollar profit -this is obviously a rough calculation, not taking into consideration the rest of innumerable expenses involved in the production and selling of an item.

In this case, it obviously makes sense investing in rather expensive cool promotional items. A little role-playing is never too shabby. Also, remember golf lovers are very sensitive about their clubs, quality, brand, etc. If you enjoyed this article, please feel free to post it to your site or blog and forward this link to your friends.


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