How they do it: The Apple iPod in combination with iTunes offers a full solution for the customer’s music consumption, ranging from the physical device to listen to music portably to the actual content to be put on the iPod.
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How they do it: Cisco offers full solutions for various business types, industries and themes. The solutions include both software and hardware components.
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How they do it: IBM acts as a full range solution provider for its products. For example its Global Technology Services business unit which provides its clients strategic outsourcing and other support services, includes both the provision of hardware capacity as well as maitenance and support services.
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How they do it: Salesforce provides a vast range of products that provide value for virtually all aspects of enterprise and SME operations, with dedicated offerings in CRM, marketing, sales etc. With AppExchange integrating third-parties on Saleforce’s platform, it can be considered a one-stop-shop for enterprise software.
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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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