Beating the system

Simmons, Mike
July 2009
Smart Business Chicago;Jul2009, Vol. 6 Issue 9, ps22
The article focuses on the business strategy initiated by Mike Simmons as president and chief executive officer (CEO) of T2 Systems Inc. in the U.S. Accordingly, he has realized the significance of the company's staff reorganization so as to manage growth and achieve level of customer satisfaction effectively. Under his leadership, a more streamlined, customer-facing organization meeting customer's needs has been developed.


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