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Case Study on Cano Petroleum Inc

Kaseya has empowered IT operations to run more smoothly. Tasks that took hours or days before now just take moments. That results in fewer interruptions to the business; allowing thecompany to focus on business objectives rather that a “tech”taking up their workday installing patches and upgrades.
– Jon Morgan, Manager of Information Technology, Cano Petroleum.



As a publicly traded oil and gas company, Cano Petroleum, Inc. must comply with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, reliably accounting for all revenue streams and corporate expenditures in an effort to ensure transparency throughout the accounting process. The company uses innovative technology to extract additional oil and gas from mature fields throughout Texas, New Mexico and Oklahoma, necessitating the need to centralize compliance efforts through its headquarters in Ft.Worth.






For the IT department, ensuring SOX compliance means being able to account for all IT assets, making sure systems are maintained regularly and consistently, protected from malicious security threats like spyware and viruses, backed up properly and can be recovered easily in case of data loss. Cano also has to ensure that help desk issues are dealt with accordingly, corporate resources are not being used for personal use (within reason) and the company is in compliance with the software licensing agreements it has in place with vendors. Read more on Cano Petroleum Inc






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Case Study on Mediclinic International Ltd

Orapa – The private hospital industry has become an integral part of South Africa’s healthcare environment. With a growing middle class and a struggling public sector, private healthcare is increasingly in demand. As the largest private hospital group listed on the JSE, Mediclinic offers investors a means to tap into that trend. It has also successfully expanded internationally to diversify its revenue streams. In the last financial year, 55% of the group’s earnings came from its overseas businesses. Read more..

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A Case Study on Sovereign Debt Management, Cash Management, & Domestic Market Development

Sovereign Debt Management, Cash Management, & Domestic Market Development

Introduction: In post-HIPIC countries improved debt management capacity is one ingredient of a policy framework to ensure that in future debt remains sustainable. This case study has been developed to provide policy makers and officials with a tool to assist them improvetheir understanding of the issues involved in sovereign debt and cash management and domestic debt market development. The case study format permits a focus on practicalissues in a real-life context. Studying the situation of other countries may cast light on issues relevant to policy makers and officials in their own countries. The case study covers debt management, cash management and developing the domestic debt market in order to allow policy makers and officials to better understand the inter-relationships between these areas and the need for coordination of the Government’s activity.





Objectives and Analytical Framework: Best practice is to develop a debt financing strategy based on clear objectives for managing the debt and on an analytical framework which integrates the debt management policies with Malawi’s overall strategy for macro-economic policy.Countries which have such a debt strategy generally state their objectives in terms of meeting the country’s priority financing needs at minimum cost, subject to an acceptable level of risk. To evaluate this risk, they use an analytical framework which looks not only at the impact of debt servicing on balance of payments sustainability, but also at its impact on fiscal sustainability. This type of framework is known as an asset/liability management (ALM) framework, as the risks of the debt portfolio are measured against the government’s revenue streams, which are its principal assets..
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Case Study on Balrampur Chini Mills: Moving into Branded Sugar

Balrampur Chini Mills (Balrampur), the largest sugar manufacturer in India, is also one of the most efficient producers of sugar in the country. High capacity utilization rates, good recovery of sugar and a well-diversified business model with revenue streams from sugar, alcohol derivatives and power have kept Balrampur afloat even during the sugar industry’s lean years. Balrampur has established a good track record in acquiring inefficient sugar mills and turning them around. Balrampur’s financial health is reflected in the high rating for its commercial paper from credit rating agencies. Balrampur is capable of mobilizing finances at the most competitive rates. Balrampur also enjoys high cash credit limits. Click here to read more…

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Case Study on Mercury West Associates (MWA) Insurance

A B2B PR campaign that told the story of Katy Small and scored big results! Mercury West Associates (MWA) Insurance specialises in insurance for high net worth companies. Associations representing sport and media professionals, QC’s and business leaders come to MWA for a high-end service that matches their client’s high-end lifestyles.MWA reaches its niche audience by building relationships with relevant business communities. But during a time when big insurance players were continually eyeing up potential new revenue streams, MWA had to hold on to its position in the marketplace and concentrate on building its profile. Continue reading…






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Case Study on Fuji Xerox Australia


To create and deliver a national conference series for Fuji Xerox that would reposition the brand as a digital pioneer in the marketplace. The audience included, existing and potential Fuji Xerox clients as well as employees of the company. Part of the content and activities included identifying and announcing new revenue streams from innovative products.


The events created a platform for industry leaders to come together to debate and discuss the applications and business models of the future. The collaborative world of the digital community was explored and particularly, how this is rapidly transforming organisations and the roles and functions within them, including the integration of the physical and digital world through document management and digital
workplace services.


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Basic Concepts of Co-Branding, with examples

The philosophy behind co-branding is to generate additional market share (and ultimately increase revenue streams) through customer awareness by forming alliances with one or more brands. Co-branding in the hospitality industry has existed in one form or another since the 1930s. But it was not until the 1980s, when Red Lobster opened two restaurants in Holiday Inn properties in Charlottesville, Virginia, and Texarkana, Arkansas, that this idea became popular…click here to read ahead


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Customer Focus : Bharti Airtel grows at stunning pace

IBM worked with Bharti Airtel, India’s leading telecom, to create an innovative model for IT delivery. For CIO Jai Menon, it means he can now focus more on launching and creating new revenue streams…refer to the complete case study

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