Alternative energy is a growing field in many parts of the world. With that growth, many people forget just how important oil is to the economy overall. If you want to build a great business in the oil industry, Cotemar is the type of company that you should model yourself after. Cotemar has an aggressive growth plan that many industry experts believe is attainable. Not only that, but the company truly cares about the customers that it interacts with. This is one of the first companies that started to invest in new technology to make the oil drilling process easier. Over time, they have proven to truly care about the lives of the people they interact with. If you are interested in learning more about companies in the oil industry, Cotemar is the place to start.
When Cotemar first started, the process of oil drilling was much different. It took a lot of time and money to get oil out of the ground. Not only that, but many people in this area started to think about ways that they could reduce the cost of production through new technology. Over time, Cotemar made investments into these areas that are now paying benefits. If they can invest in new technology, they can now harvest oil out of the ground for less than the competition. To help things out, Mexico is also going through a major oil boom right now. This should help all companies in this industry that are trying to scale up and get costs down. The main lesson to learn from all of this is that people should work to get customers a product or service at a low cost.
Cotemar is a quality company that a lot of people look up to within the oil industry. With all of the changes that the company has made over the years, one of the best decisions is simply investing in new technology. This new technology has allowed the company to produce goods and services at a lower cost and faster rate than the competition. Over time, this is a great way to grow a business. The oil industry in Mexico is booming right now, and many people believe that the country can become a global power in terms of oil production. It will be interesting to see what the future holds for camping like Cotemar in the oil industry.
The spirit of competition has brought America to the forefront of innovation for centuries. Countless inventions have arisen from the invigorating environment capitalism provides. The system is at its finest when companies are tasked to create cutting-edge, world-class technologies. However, as always, the human factor deters development. In this capacity, Global Tel Link (GTL) has taken on a campaign of rhetoric over innovation, leading customers to believe that its technology is on par with Securus.
While Securus CEO Richard A. Smith has stopped short of directly denouncing GTL, he points to a plethora of facts in his favor. Securus has invested over $700 million over the last four years of business operation. Testing has indicated that Securus’s call center (which is domestically based) operates at a 600% greater rate than its competitor. Furthermore, Securus owns the largest VOIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol) platform in all of corrections.
However, Smith points out the fact that the factor of true success is the customer experience. Customers converted to Securus have claimed that Securus’s technology is superior to that which is offered by GTL. For those requiring a statistical representation, Securus has taken business from GTL at a rate of $4 to $1.
These tangible factors have led Securus to deliver an epic message, Securus wants to have a “technology bake-off”. Essentially, the Dallas, Texas firm wants an independent judge to observe the capabilities of GTL technology in comparison to Securus technology. If GTL’s tech is as astounding as they claim, why not compete? The challenge is a marvelous way to bring this competition to the forefront of client consideration. It is a beautiful return to the essence of capitalism through a showcasing of competing technology. Finally, it is a direct, no-nonsense way to perform due diligence for the clients who need it.
Recently, the former Atlanta Hawks Management Corporation filed a case against AIG. AIG was the insurance company for them when it was the owner of the Atlanta Hawks basketball team. Bruce Levenson is the leader of the group, so he is spearheading this case. Levenson is a Partner an Co-Founder of the United Communications Group. He was at one time a sports and technology journalist, philanthropist, but he found his true calling in entrepreneurship.
Levenson’s company is claiming that while it still owned the Atlanta Hawks its insurance provider acted in bad faith and breached its contract. To be clear, this case does not involve the current Atlanta Hawks management in any way as the company was sold to them in June of 2015. The current Hawks management is run by Forbes billionaire Tony Ressler and they had no comment on this legal case. Levenson says that AIG’s insurance policy covered “Workplace Torts” and “Wrongful Termination”. This is relevant because Danny Ferry was terminated by Levenson’s management before the team was sold. Ferry was locked into a 6 year long $18 million contract that began in 2012. His termination was necessary for the closing of the sale to the new management. This constitutes wrongful termination which should have triggered coverage under AIG’s insurance policy. AIG was informed of this in April of 2015. AIG declined to cover Danny Ferry’s termination.
The exact amount that Levenson believes AIG should have covered is confidential. AIG has not acknowledged that a policy has been triggered or even that a claim has been made. According to Levenson, AIG is being completely unreasonable about this matter. Levenson seeks damages against AIG for legal fees and costs in addition to all other penalities. When given a chance to comment on this matter publicly, AIG declined. No comment has been made by the company going back to 2015.
Read More: http://time.com/3296175/bruce-levenson-atlanta-hawks-racist-email-kareem-abdul-jabbar/
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