Reversal of fortune

Raths, David
June 1998
Inc.;1998 Inc.Technology 2, Vol. 20 Issue 9, p52
Suggests that the World Wide Web allows a company to change it direction easily. Description of the experience of the Sapient Health Network (SHN); Problems the company experienced; How the problems could have affected the company if it was not based in the World Wide Web; SHN's original business plan; Reinvention of the company; Company's financial performance.


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