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  • Database Design and Implementation

    Database Design and Implementation

    Led a team that performed ground up creation of an SQL database in Oracle including the logical design of the database, entity-relationship diagram, implementation and catalog of all views.
  • Strategic Audit of Olympic Steel

    Strategic Audit of Olympic Steel

    Olympic Steel was founded in 1954 by brothers Soll, Morris and Sam Sigel. Initially, it was a trading company and owned no facilities. In 1956, it opened an 11,000-square-foot (1,000 m2) facility in Bedford Heights, Ohio. Continue reading →
  • Financial Audit and Comparison of Pfizer and Bristol Myers

    Financial Audit and Comparison of Pfizer and Bristol Myers

    The pharmaceutical industry is one of great competition, cost and profit. Two well known pharmaceutical corporations will be the focus of this study. Pfizer (PFE) and Bristol Myers Squibb (BMY) both produce similar products, but their financial profiles show they are very different companies. Continue reading →
  • Strategic Marketing Plan

    Strategic Marketing Plan

    Creation Computers is a producer of high end home theater computers. The unique features of Creation Computers’ products include high quality components, style that far surpasses the competitors and attention to detail. Continue reading →
  • Sony-Ericsson Mobile Phone Joint Venture Analysis

    Sony-Ericsson Mobile Phone Joint Venture Analysis

    In April 2001, Sony and Ericsson started a joint venture in an effort to dominate the cell phone market. The project had disappointing results due to numerous factors. The main issue at hand was merging Sony’s product experience and Ericsson’s network experience, all while keeping up with a demanding marketplace in the long term. Continue reading →
  • Business Value of Information Technology

    Business Value of Information Technology

    Peachtree Healthcare’s strategy has changed as the healthcare system has grown. What was first a pair of teaching hospitals has become a regional network of 11 institutions with additional support facilities. With over 4,000 employees, and a million patients Peachtree’s IT infrastructure has not kept up with their growth. Peachtree’s reputation is built upon its “quality, consistency, and continuity of care across the entire network” and while doing so they strive for the “highest levels of efficacy, economy, and respect for patients and staff” (Glaser p.1-2). Continue reading →