Re: Who is at fault?
You have been watching too much Billy Connelly.
19 posts • joined 9 May 2013
Retired now, after 40 years in the industry. The same mistakes keep on robbing business of funds.
Lesson One - Never believe the vendor
Lesson Two - Use what you have
Lesson Three - Go to One.
I cannot get why organisations still have not understood the ERP, CRM etc. etc. will do nothing to make the business better. Only hard work and brainpower will do that.
It is unbelievable how large organisations continue to be rorted by vendors who know less about business principles than any half competent commercial organisation.
No, the EV's don't run on a renewables mix in New Zealand. This is a common fallacy. 70% of NZ's energy comes from renewables, the balance comes from Oil, Gas and Coal. The problem is that 99% of the time the renewables are served up first, so dino fuel is used for incremental load. So every extra load connected to the grid, over and above "normal" load, comes from dino fuel. Pretty much all the electricity for EV's is generated from imported coal or oil.
The story is a bit misleading. The area covered by the street a day scheme is a small part of the North Island, which is the area served by UltraFast Fibre. In most of NZ Chorus is well advanced in rolling out fibre to the premises.
And Spark is now a minority telco, there would be few streets in NZ where Spark has most of the retail customers, let alone all.
Register, you have polished up a press release t#rd, shame on you.
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