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A new way of doing business--concurrent engineering

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tekochip
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In the cloud
tekochip   7/14/2012 12:35:07 PM
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This looks like a good application for developing in the cloud.

jinri_88
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sounds like a good idea
jinri_88   7/13/2012 9:43:09 PM
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But even if it is a new way of doing business i still dont want to risk doing it. it will be better to trust experts in promoting my business even though i am already an engineer i dont wanna buy softwares that will not be necessary for my business. i want careful research and i want business listing firms like this in promoting it.

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