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developing new understanding and approaches to complex service systems

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Joining the Cambridge Service Alliance as an Industrial Partner

The Cambridge Service Alliance is a business-led alliance with industrial members who have an active interest in the shift to services. It brings together companies prepared to make significant and long-term contributions to support the Alliance. The benefits of joining include:

  • Challenging yet practical insights into the design and delivery of high-performance complex service solutions.
  • Practical tools, techniques and methodologies.
  • Education and training to enhance capabilities in service and support.
  • A stimulating international network of the world’s best talent engaged in solving problems associated with complex service solutions.

If you would like to discuss the possibility of joining the Alliance please .  We would be happy to discuss the opportunities.

Cambridge Service Alliance

Welcome to the Cambridge Service Alliance…

  • a unique global alliance between leading businesses and universities;
  • bringing together the world's leading firms and academics;
  • all of whom are devoted to delivering today the tools, education and insights needed for the complex service solutions of tomorrow.

Members of the Cambridge Service Alliance include BAE Systems, Caterpillar, IBM and the University of Cambridge.

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December Paper - Buyers Dependence and Financial Performance

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