Tom Hogan, Jr. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Stacey Sochacki (email@example.com)
How to Build a Big Company System on a Small Company Budget
In the business world, there are Davids and there are Goliaths…. This new book provides “slingshot ammo.”
Medford, NJ, March 1, 2000— Information Today, Inc. (ITI) has announced the publication of David Vine’s Internet Business Intelligence: How to Build a Big Company System on a Small Company Budget.
In the book, Vine explains how any firm—regardless of size—can use free or inexpensive Internet resources to build a system that allows them to track what competitors are doing and to maintain a powerful information edge.
According to the publisher, there is a vast and growing readership for Internet Business Intelligence, including owners and managers of small to medium-sized businesses, consultants, entrepreneurs, business brokers and investors, corporate librarians, market researchers, knowledge workers, information system developers, and sales and marketing professionals at growth-oriented firms operating in competitive markets.
Editor-in-Chief of ITI’s Book Division, John B. Bryans, said, “If you’re fed up with Internet hype and looking for information-driven business solutions that really work, you’ll appreciate David Vine’s savvy, no-nonsense approach to using technology to stay one step ahead of the competition.” Bryans added, “If the Internet is your slingshot, Internet Business Intelligence is the owner’s manual.”
Internet Business Intelligence covers all these topics and more:
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