The Great Wall of China is the longest wall ever built. It stretches for thousands of miles across five northern Chinese provinces. But before the Great Wall was built, warring Chinese dynasties built many other walls for their own protection. The Great Wall has survived not only for centuries, but also the leap into the electronic era, remaining essentially unchanged.
The Great Wall was built according to the technological advances of the time. Today's technology grows in leaps and bounds over a period of months, rather than several years or decades. Technologically speaking, are you maintaining your relevance with respect to today's rapidly changing market conditions? Why did Emperor Qin build the wall of China? Was he merely seeking prominence and recognition? Possibly, but one thing is certain. The Great Wall is a testament to the skill and intellect of an ancient people.
Ask yourself: Will my business model reflect the resilience of the Great Wall? Market conditions change, but you can meet the demands of a changing economy. Ask yourself whether you are building your business with a specific objective in mind? Are you planning for future growth? Do you have a Plan B? Powertunnel Communications will help you conduct a comprehensive analysis of your business from a technological standpoint so that you can arrive at an accurate assessment of the relevance of your business in relation to today's rapidly changing technological trends and market conditions.