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Blueprint to a Billion: Key Essentials to Achieve Exponential Growth

Of the 7,500 U.S. companies that have gone public since 1980, only five percent have achieved $1 billion in revenue. Yet they account for half of the employment and two-thirds of the market value created by all companies that went public during that time. Author David G. Thomson found that the world's fastest-growing companies invested in IT infrastructure, systems and services in order to enable consistent growth. Listen to this Podcast as he discusses the seven essentials steps for organizations to grow exponentially. In addition, you will also hear George Treisner of Endo Pharmaceuticals discuss how his high-growth company leveraged a flexible IT infrastructure to meet the scalability needs of their organization.


David G Thomson Author, "Blueprint to a Billion" David G. Thomson is a renowned expert in business building and leadership and a former consultant with McKinsey & Co. His book, "Blueprint to a Billion: 7 Essentials to Achieve Exponential Growth," was recognized by Soundview as one of the 30 best business books in 2006. Mr. Thomson has been featured in the New York Times, Fortune Small Business and and on CNBC. George Treisner Director, Enterprise Systems SAP, Endo Pharmaceuticals George Treisner, Director of Enterprise Systems SAP at Endo Pharmaceuticals, has over 27 years of experience in pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturing information technology. He was the technical lead on Endo's SAP implementation and has been involved in all aspects of Endo's use of SAP for the past eight years. Paul Gillin Principal, Paul Gillin Communications Paul Gillin a veteran technology journalist with more than 23 years of editorial leadership, including positions as chief editor of TechTarget and Computerworld. As a content marketing consultant specializing in technology and new media, he advises business-to-business marketers on how to optimize online channels to reach buyers most cost-effectively.
29 Feb 2008
Feb 29, 2008, 09:00 EST (14:00 GMT)

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