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Symphony Teleca – Service Industry (The Analysis) Principles of Marketing

Symphony Teleca Abstract In this paper I will choose an international service company. I will describe the main line of business of the company. I will name four other countries in which the company operates. I will explain the implementation of the 4 P’s marketing mix concept by the company including; competition, target market, product strategy, distribution strategy, communication strategy, and pricing strategy. If there are any differences of implementation of the concepts that vary from one country to another I will explain how.

Symphony Teleca Symphony Teleca

Symphony Teleca delivers innovative products combined with contemporary product development, system integration, analytics and they manage services for hundreds of organizations around the world. Headquartered in Palo Alto, California; Symphony Teleca is the world’s first services company exclusively dedicated to helping clients manage the global convergence of software through clouds and other connected devices. Symphony Teleca has
5,800 employees in 35 countries, including distributions and delivery systems in Asia, Australia, and the America’s. Four of the many countries in which they operate are Argentina, Germany,
Japan and India. They are following the same guidelines in each of these countries, after much research I found no difference in the company’s implementation of the concepts in each of these locations. The Symphony Teleca Corporation develops, deploys and manages software enabled products.
Their clients include automotive engineers, automotive electronics, aerospace, various electronics and mobile devices, such as cell phones and tablets. Some notable…...

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