As eBay plans of becoming a solution provider, will it remain in the auctioning business, or should the former strategy support the latter? What do you think?
The firmer strategy will not support the latter. A solution provider is a vendor or a service provider that completely handles the project requirements of their client from concept to installation through support. In case of computer based projects this means assessing the client's needs, understanding the client's current infrastructure, specifying the software and hardware required to achieving the projects' goals, installing and launching the system, and providing ongoing service and support. Becoming a solution provider requires very different core strengths from that of an auctioning business. For becoming a successful ...
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