Large companies are defined as those organizations with more than 1,000 employees. Typically Brockmann & Company market research projects involve segmentation of organizations to assess the maturity and scale of technologies, organization, practices and policies across the Large Company, MidMarket and Small Business segments.
In the organizational lifecycle, this scale of business happens in companies that have progressed through growth or acquisition to a sufficiently large scope of operation. Communications-wise, these organizations often have the need to connect and support hundreds or thousands of branch offices across the US and or across many countries. Effective management means that there is often a divisional structure, or regional command structure which places demands on the shape of the network and the flow of communications traffic.
Large Company Reports:
- Wikis in Large Companies, 2009
- Perspectives on Conferencing in Large companies, 2009
- Forums in Large Companies, 2009
- First Contact in Large Companies, 2009
- Blogs in Large Companies, 2009