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If you were the operations manager and the growth profile forecast for 2005 reflected a 10% growth in the number of calls made over 2004, a 8% growth in 2006 over 2005 and a 7% growth in 2007 over 2006 what business strategies would you be considering for the company?

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If you were the operations manager and the growth profile forecast for 2005 reflected a 10% growth in the number of calls made over 2004, a 8% growth in 2006 over 2005 and a 7% growth in 2007 over 2006 what business strategies would you be considering for the company?

I need help with ideas on this.
The situation is that even though the total units in the year shown in the excel sheet are 5,220,782, the rate of growth of the number of units is projected to decline. 2005 will have 10% growth in the number of calls made in the previous year, 2006 is expected to have an 8% growth rate, and 2007 is expected to have a 7% growth rate over those of the previous years.
The business strategy objective should be to have an increasing growth rate in the number of calls so that there is an increase in the revenue and increase in profits. For this purpose, the company should target markets that are likely to generate an increased number of calls. These could be the same markets ...

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