Virtual Sales Process System Solutions and Algorithm Analysis and their impact on virtual business management and governance system solutions.
The time has come for business managers and owners, accountants, engineers and scientist’s, sales and marketing managers as well as marketing academics and text book authors to revisit their business plans and science manuals respectively.
Marketing plans can now be shown to be only truly accurate on the day they are created. The corresponding sales processes and business plans must therefore function with an air of turbulence or at the very least uncertainty depending upon the markets within which they operate. Unless of course complex market information and business response criteria is constantly obtained, analysed, stored and compared in strategic format.
Had the founding fathers of marketing been aware that data can be managed as per the latter in electronic format (and has been for many years) marketing science may have been different. Ergo the same impact upon electronic and ICT based technology application sciences may have been noticed much sooner as would the corresponding advantages of horizontal management techniques.
For the first time the manner in which electrical transmission networks collect, store and use data to manage our electrical system is used to show its direct compatibility with adapting real time information with company marketing plans and corresponding sales process and business plans. Moreover such solutions are shown to be macro in format rather than individual sales management and/or accounting tools most commonly found.
Put simply the book allows individuals to create and implement a business system that is able to assess quality external and internal business facts in real time format rather than in apparent format. It also provides for interesting observations such as Marketing and ICT sciences. Here it will be seen that both function as pseudo catalysts in that they help to develop other sciences. Moreover where marketing has standard algorithms to pursue such activities ICT would seem to be floundering.