How they do it: SAP offers coverage over a wide range of areas via its enterprise software to manage business operations and customer relations. In 2017, there were over 300 individual products in its product database, covering virtually all aspects of ERP systems and software. It’s estimated that 77% of all global business transactions come in contact with an SAP system.
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How they do it: Foxconn provides its customers with fully integrated solutions covering the whole manufacturing process when it acts as a contract manufacturer. Hereby it utilizes its low cost manufacturing expertise and scale of its production facilities to decrease production cost per unit. Through the whole service offering, it is able to produce its customers products such as the Apple iPhone for less than Apple itself could produce it.
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How they do it: Paypal, known for its peer-to-peer payment service offers full payment solutions to its customers. With one single merchant account, customers (businesses and private individuals) can access a wide range of features and services such as seller protection through PayPal and check-out solutions for onlines stores.
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How they do it: Tetra Pak offers customers a vast array of different products related to food packaging, processing and distribution. Customers are attracted and retained by Tetra Pak’s approach of providing a holistic set of services, encompassing virtually all aspects of food packaging. In addition, the company designs entire plants for packaging, bottling and processing food and beverages.
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How they do it: Flyeralarm provides printing solutions for customers in all formats ranging from small business cards to large posters. Next to paper and similar materials it also individualizes physical objects such as tshirts, pens or other branding products.
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