Cisco Systems Inc

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Cisco Systems Inc.

INDIVIDUAL PROJECT REPORT

Date Submitted
November, 20, 2013

Table of Contents

SUMMARY DESCRIPTION OF BUSINESS 0
Products and Services Offeered 0
Global Markets Currently Served 0
Corporate Structure and Leadership
Resources and Competitive Position 0
COMPANY'S EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT 0
Competitors in Top Five Countries Served 0
Marktst For Company and Rivals 0
Key Success Factors for Their Market 0
COMPANY'S COMPETITIVE POSITION 0
Competitive Position in Top Fice Countries 0
Basis for Current Competitive Position 0
Potential for Growth and Expansion 0
EXHIBITS 0
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Summary Description of Business

Products and Services Offered
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Enterprise is led by Padmasree Warrior and Paul Mountford, senior vice president/CTO and senior vice president, sales, respectively. Emerging countries is led by Wim Elfrink, chief globalization officer and Edzard Overbeek, president, Cisco Asia Pacific and Japan.

Cisco’s Worldwide Field Operations organization is organized into three regions: the Americas (including U.S., Canada and Latin America); Europe, the Middle East and Africa; and Asia Pacific/Japan/Greater China. The business is managed by geographic regions, but there are dedicated teams for large enterprises, public sectors, commercial, small businesses, service providers and Cisco partners. Rob Lloyd, executive vice president, leads the Worldwide Field Operations.

Resources and Competitive Position

At Cisco customers come first and an integral part of their DNA is creating long-lasting customer partnerships and working with them to identify their needs and provide solutions that support their success. Cisco has shaped the future of the Internet by creating unprecedented value and opportunity for their customers, employees, investors and ecosystem partners and has become the worldwide leader in networking - transforming how people connect, communicate and collaborate.

Some of Cisco’s tools and resources include the support case manager, Cisco feature navigator, error message decoder, output interpreter, command lookup tool, bug search tool, and
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