Corporate Hijacking - The process whereby large US based monopoly technology companies impose their draconian will on 3rd world countries: billing in USD hurts countries with poor foreign exchange rates, scant regard for the end user business requirements and actual needs ‘Which of my products can I sell you’ instead of ‘what business problems can we solve for you ?’, frequent changes to complex licensing policies that make it impossible for anyone to understand including themselves, sales process where hidden costs are surfaced at the last minute, pricing negotiations start off with: ‘this is the way it is and we can’t change it’, conducting ‘customer surveys’ with a directive that the results better be good or else, raking in huge amounts of revenue only to donate it to charities.
‘Hey Pete, how was that meeting today. We were so totally CorpJacked by those guys ! ‘
by FedUP February 10, 2014
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