These technology areas we will be covering in depth during the year. Make a note in your diary – these are the headline issues to look out for.
February 2001: Consultants in the retail sector. The products, the clients and the war stories.
March 2001: Consultants at work in the supply chain. Our guide to the Softworld show.
April 2001: IP telephony. Are you prepared for the 192% projected growth in traffic?
May 2001: Consultants and outsourcing. The latest developments in this $19bn+ business.
June 2001: Is there a future for consultants in the manufacturing industry?
July/August 2001: The Management Consultancy league tables – where do you stand?
September 2001: Consultants in finance. The banking industry’s needs profiled.
October 2001: CRM – one year on. Has the technology really made a difference?
November 2001: Consultants in the HR business.
December 2001: Our technology predictions for 2002. It’s all the above and more as we guide you through 2001. We wish all our readers a happy and prosperous new year. Marc Brenner Editor.
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