Intel's Global Corporate, Business Unit, and Functional Strategies

Intel's Global Corporate, Business Unit, and Functional Strategies

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Abstract

Intel is a global company with 80 percent of its business outside of the USA. It relies on an extensive array of highly qualified product, operations, logistics, distribution, and service personnel and is based on exploiting a global supply chain. Intel's facilities and regional headquarters are found on almost all continents. The company's corporate strategy is focused on differentiation as well as on exploiting economies of scale and learning curve effects. Operationally, Intel relies heavily on a global supply chain, moving raw materials and semi-processed products from one location to another, and performing various value-added manufacturing tasks. Historically, it has focused most of its attention and resources on microprocessors used for personal computers (PCs). The company invested its considerable cash resources in designing new generations ...

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