SME segment untapped

August 2009
Slovak Spectator;8/3/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 29/30, p7
No abstract available.


Related Articles

  • KOBÄ°'LERÄ°N BANKA TERCÄ°HLERÄ°NDE BÄ°LGÄ° PORTALLARININ ROLÃœ. ÖZEN, Hilal; YAŞİN, Bahar // Ataturk University Journal of Economics & Administrative Science;2014, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p235 

    In a corresponding manner with the increased severity of SME's on Turkish economy, contribution of SME's to the socio-economic development of Turkey is also gradually increasing. SMEs had become an important customer segment for the Turkish banking industry. Most of the banks are attempting to...

  • I'd be for the 25 pro-jobs measures, but will they all be usable?  // Daily Mail;10/16/2013, p50 


  • I'd be for the 25 pro-jobs measures, but will they all be usable?  // Daily Mail;10/16/2013, p50 


  • Gimme an R, Gimme an F, Gimme an M. Lenser, John F. // Catalog Age;Jun2002, Vol. 19 Issue 7, p53 

    Focuses on the advantages of recency, frequency and monetary value segmentation for the catalog industry in the U.S. Management of the circulation plans; Control on the number of mailings; Record on the response of buyers. INSET: Adopting an Untapped Niche..

  • ASSOCIATION NEWS.  // Quality;Dec2007, Vol. 46 Issue 13, p11 

    The article reports on the election of nine industry leaders to the Society of Manufacturing Engineers' (SME) College of Fellows in November 2007 in Dearborn, Michigan. It cites that these SME Fellows have represented various segments of the manufacturing community and are known as key...

  • Segments of ICT users among SME in Moravian Silesian region using cluster analysis and AHP. Franek, Jiri; Zajarosova, Marketa // Journal of Systems Integration (1804-2724);2012, Vol. 3 Issue 3, p32 

    The paper deals with identification of segments of SME in Moravian Silesian region (MSR) based upon a survey of information and communication technologies (ICT) utilization among small and medium enterprises (SME). The aim of the paper is to suggest a segmentation of SME with regard to the level...

  • Indian insurance and its technological nuances.  // Asia Insurance Review;Jan2010, p50 

    The article attempts to emphasize that the insurance market in India is distinctly different from those of the developed world, as well as its technological needs. It describes the technological challenges in the sector, as well as the focus and concerns of the insurance companies. It also...

  • 2. DOMESTIC LENDING DEVELOPMENTS -- Lasting change requires continued easing in credit supply constraints: 2.3. Funding for Growth Scheme triggers a turnaround in lending to the SME sector.  // Report on Financial Stability (Magyar Nemzeti Bank);Nov2013, p29 

    The article discusses the impact of Hungary's Funding for Growth Scheme (FGS) to lending in the small to medium enterprise (SME) sector. According to the article, prolongation of the FGS will give further impulse to lending in the SME segment until the end of 2014 provided large banks will ease...

  • Structuring for the SME segment. Anand, Sanjiv // Banker Middle East;Jun2013, Issue 152, p34 

    An interview with Sanjiv Anand, managing director for United Arab Emirates branch of global consulting firm Cedar Management Consulting International LLC, is presented. He discusses the company's strengths for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and the SME banking trends he observed in the...

  • SMES in move to CRM.  // Printing World;1/6/2005, Vol. 289 Issue 1, p16 

    The article reports that customer relationship management (CRM) software vendors are set to exploit the relatively untapped small and medium enterprise (SME) revenue stream as smaller organisations look to gain greater control of customer communications. A report by Datamonitor PLC predicts that...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics