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Does a Shift in In-plant Business Models Mean More Financial Accountability?

During a recent webinar, we offered an observation about the changing business-models, which is represented by the blue arrows in the graphic. Although only observation, we believe that: Some of Continue ReadingDoes a Shift in In-plant Business Models Mean More Financial Accountability?

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During a recent webinar, we offered an observation about the changing business-models, which is represented by the blue arrows in the graphic. Although only observation, we believe that:



  • Some of the fully funded in-plants are shifting to the partially funded model,

  • Some of the partially funded in-plants are moving toward the break-even financial model and

  • Some of the break even in-plants are moving toward the revenue generation model




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