Technology is speedily changing everything including the structure of the family. Technology advancements have contributed to the average home becoming a silent ground of international corporations. This has been possible through the buying as well as recognizing product brands. Undoubtedly, one of the areas that most households are seeking is the prominence of technology. Families now consider the kind of TV they are buying including the refrigerator brand when it comes to keeping foods cold. Homes currently recognize brands from the western world such as Apple and GE as well as those from Japan like Hitachi and Toshiba. Additionally, products from South Korea as well are not left out when it comes to household technology like Samsung.

With all these technological advancements taking place everywhere in the world, there is one world power that is lagging behind. Russia is one of the biggest nations in the world that is lacking technological prominence. The country no longer has technological advancements taking place concerning creating new products. Russia is known for its Kaspersky, a software security brand and nothing more. Unfortunately, the security product received negative recommendations from the United States Homeland Security in 2017 which made other big organizations take the same side. These led to the sales of Kaspersky in America to go down.

However, Russia has been in the technological field for the last 200 years creating products that cannot be matched with any other. For instance, the nation is well known for coming up with the radio as well as the periodic table. In addition to this, Russia is known for its first human-crewed flight that went into space. Nonetheless, the development of technology has always met political influence which somehow leads to the downfall of much advancement.

According to William Saito, Russia has a lot to do when it comes to the technological field. The nation has to focus on the factors necessary for its success. For instance, they have to consider where, when, and how to install technological investments. William Saito goes ahead to say that Russia has to invest in startup organizations as well as to be able to contribute to its national architecture that expands technological pursuits.

 

 

 
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Some people make it to the top easily. Some are given a head start by being born into money. Born in 1958, Louis Chenevert, a Canadian businessman, has had neither. He has literally made his success in the manufacturing and financial services industries the old fashioned way – through hard work and through adhering to his own high code of conduct. From being in production management at General Motors, Chenevert is now an advisor for Goldman Sachs and the CEO of United Technologies (UTC).

Since manufacturing’s heyday in the United State during the 1950’s, well known brands like RCA, Zenith, Philco and Bethlehem Steel have all folded. But, United Technologies Corporation, a $63 billion dollar diversified manufacturing company located in Hartford, Connecticut, has stayed afloat and prospered as the shift to the service and technology age has taken shape. If not for Chenevert, this would not have been the case.

Karl Krapek, one of Chenevert’s business associate at General Motors, encouraged him to make a move into the burgeoning aerospace industry, noting that Chenevert’s experience with assembly lines, as well as his decisiveness and operational expertise, would be invaluable in that new setting. Krapek was right.

In 1999, after just a little time in the job, Chenevert became President of P&W, a large business unit of UTC, which now has 33,000 employees. P & W manufactures and sells aircraft engines to military and civilian companies worldwide. Chenevert’s gift of looking at situations anew and turning around organizations is what made P & W a big success. For example, Chênevert thought that the company could make money by elevating its geared turbofan (GTF) engine. After being named the Chairman of UTC in 2006 and investing $10 billion into the GTF engine, his vision became a reality. Today, the GTF engine powers more than 70 aircraft at 14 major airlines, and has cut emissions by 50% and fuel consumption by 16%.

Chenevert has weathered the storms and stayed the course, inspiring those working with him to do the same. His determination and business acumen has been an asset all along the way – and has made a huge difference in his life and the lives of many others.

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Bob Reina is the founder and charismatic face of the video communications company, Talk Fusion. Talk Fusion is one of the most prominent marketing companies on the internet when it comes to the world of video marketing. Bob Reina realized early on in his career that video marketing would be a big deal, and he capitalized on that hunch. Now, Reina is always going out of his way to share his insight with other burgeoning entrepreneurs. This brought Reina to contribute as a guest writer for the Huffington Post. Reina was recently brought back to help the HuffPost in their efforts at re-branding.

 

Bob Reina has been a contributor for the HuffPost for over a year and he was brought back on to help lead the way in their rebranding effort. The Huffington Post wanted to transition to the name ‘HuffPost’ while adjusting what they sought to cover. Lydia Polgreen, the Editor in Chief at the HuffPost, said that their rebranding effort was made in order to try and ‘tel the stories of people who have been left out of the conversation.’ HuffPost’s goals echoed beliefs that Bob Reina held himself, so their match was natural.

 

Bob Reina said of the HuffPost rebranding effort, “I’m a firm believer in the art of innovation. A brand’s growth is never complete.” Reina went on to explain that he was glad to see that the HuffPost was embracing their new role and that he was proud of their efforts. Reina was brought on to share two new articles: “Promoting with Purpose: How to Understand Your Audience” as well as “How to Thrive in a Society of Quitters.” Both of these articles went live in late April of 2017. Reina went on to say, “I look forward to sharing more insightful articles not only with our customers and associates at Talk Fusion, but with HuffPost’s nearly 200 million readers.”

 

Bob Reina has been a leader at Talk Fusion for a decade now. His company is coming off of a huge year in 2016, with the Talk Fusion Video Chat program scoring a slew of coveted industry awards.

 

 

 

 

 

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Rick Smith is a visionary leader. He has played a pivotal role in enhancing the success of various companies, including Securus Technologies. The talented and dynamic business leader has proved to be one of the transformative leaders in the IT industry. He has been an inspiration to many people in the technology sector. Through Rick’s leadership, the company has grown and expanded its client base in the United States to over one million customers. Over 120,000 inmates use the company’s services to connect with their families and friends. In addition, Smith has spearheaded several mergers and acquisitions that have helped Securus Technologies to dominate the inmate communication industry. Some of the companies that Securus has acquired or merged with include Evercom, Syscon Justice Sytems, and T-Netix. Moreover, Rick has helped the company to invest over $600 million in various projects, including upgrading and innovating technologies, securing patents, research and development, and merger and acquisitions.

The most significant acquisition that the leader facilitated was the purchase of Syscon Justice Systems, the then leader in offender management systems. Through this acquisition, Securus’ profitability and productivity grew exponentially. The company became the new world leader in the field.

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Rick Smith is not new in the competitive information technology industry. The business leader has rendered his services for different companies. To this end, he has gained immense experience and knowledge in diverse industries. In his long and successful career, Rick Smith has continued to devise world-class products and services for his clients. The executive has worked for Frontier Corporation and Eschelon Telecom Inc. At Eschelon, he served as the chief executive officer. Under his leadership, the company’s business volume increased ten folds from $30 million to $350 million. In 2005, his visionary leadership enabled the company to launch its Initial Public Offer successfully. The corporation was able to raise adequate resources which was used to expand its operations.

Besides hard work and personal dedication, Rick Smith’s success has been informed by his sound educational background. The executive leader holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering, master’s in mathematics, and a master’s in business administration. These academic qualifications have helped him to have a successful career in the IT Sector. Rick joined Securus Technologies in 2008 as the CEO. His appointment was announced by the chairman of the company, Richard Falcone. Smith’s leadership has helped Securus to receive different accolades, including the Gold Stevie Awards in customer service training in 2016. He continues to work tirelessly to ensure that the company remains ahead of its competitors. Smith sits on the boards of Integra Telecom Inc and Eschelon Telecom Inc. Read more on PRNewsWire.com.