Strategic analysis of a small information technology management consulting company

Date created: 
2005
Abstract: 

Perceptron Technology Inc., an IT Management Consulting and Services company, provides consulting services to small corporate businesses. The B.C. small corporate market is a very attractive market to enter with 359,600 small companies and growing by >13,000 a year. Any company competing in this market has one critical success factor; highly skilled professionals with the specialized knowledge required to implement and maintain sophisticated business infrastructure and application solutions. A niche focused differentiation strategy is used because this service is perceived as unique. This strategy can be sustained and a competitive advantage can be obtained with core competencies in project management and in technical resource management. To achieve this, the company needs a capital infusion to grow, recruit and compensate highly skilled personnel and change the business model from a time and materials model to a fixed price long-term contracts model.

Description: 
The author has placed restrictions on the PDF copy of this thesis. The PDF is not printable nor copyable. If you would like the SFU Library to attempt to contact the author to get permission to print a copy, please email your request to summit-permissions@sfu.ca.
Language: 
English
Document type: 
Thesis
Rights: 
Copyright remains with the author
File(s): 
Department: 
Faculty of Business Administration - Simon Fraser University
Thesis type: 
Research Project (M.B.A.)
Statistics: