How has the recession affected your business and what are you doing about it? With the current economic climate organisations everywhere are thinking one thing: “How can we survive the recession?”
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As a follow-up to our previous post, check out the snippet below from one of our many cases studies.
Digital Island Communications in New Zealand
The following is a refreshing account of some well earned success achieved by Digital Island Communications in New Zealand. DI are a top ICT company that provides internet & data services, toll calling, phone lines & systems, mobile phone services, conference calling, phone cards and fax-to-email services. They were also winners of the Deloitte Fast 50 “Fastest growing technology company in 2008”, and “Fastest growing telecommunications business” award in October 2007. Ruth Le Pla  in NZ Business magazine writes that in a slowing economy DI was losing a lot of revenue and to overcome this it worked at improving its total operations and closely examined its underlying business model. As a result instead of retrenching this led DI to make the following improvements:
As a result of these actions Digital Island achieved more than 25% revenue growth for the 2009 financial year. Blair Stewart of Digital Island said that “When times become tough, you need to make better decisions faster than ever,” and offered the following advice for achieving growth:
 Le Pla, R., (2009), The tough get going!, NZ Business, Vol 23, Iss 6, pp 24-28, Adrenalin Publishing Ltd., Auckland
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