Mainspring Offers Help With E-Business

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Mainspring, Cambridge, MA, last week announced the availability of 15 service offerings designed to assist Global 200 companies in prioritizing, evaluating and accelerating their e-business initiatives.


The company is rolling out versions of the new offerings designed for financial services; retail and consumer goods; industrial and life sciences; and technology, communication and media. The offerings deal with business strategy, business optimization and technology management.


Business optimization offerings include multichannel CRM, which can address a company's bottom-line performance through improved sales effectiveness and increased operational efficiencies; path to profitability, which can assist a client in crafting a profitability plan within a specified time frame; operations and optimization; digital post-merger integration; partnerships and alliances; and marketing.


Business strategy offerings include portfolio prioritization; new ventures; digitally enabled growth; and mobile and wireless strategy.


Technology enablement offerings include digital revitalization, technology planning, technology assessment and build management.


For more information, call 617/588-5680.
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