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The Frost and Sullivan Best Practices Award

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Headed by global president Krishna Srinivasan, Frost & Sullivan brings management consulting solutions to a variety of industries. Under Krishna Srinivasan’s leadership, the company focuses on providing services like customer research and growth consulting, while expertly analyzing data to help businesses achieve success through improved efficiency and innovation.

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The Frost and Sullivan Best Practices Award

  1. 1. THE FROST AND SULLIVAN BEST PRACTICES AWARD By Krishna Srinivasan Frost & Sullivan
  2. 2. Introduction  Headed by global president Krishna Srinivasan, Frost & Sullivan brings management consulting solutions to a variety of industries. Under Krishna Srinivasan’s leadership, the company focuses on providing services like customer research and growth consulting, while expertly analyzing data to help businesses achieve success through improved efficiency and innovation.
  3. 3. Frost & Sullivan Presents Awards  Each year, Frost & Sullivan presents an award to companies, executives, products, or processes that have in some way achieved a world-class standard of excellence. Businesses and individuals earn the Best Practices award in a number of different ways. Recipients may win by implementing effective new procedures or demonstrating outstanding leadership qualities. Frost & Sullivan’s Best Practices award is given to those people or institutions that epitomize integrity and dedication and have shown the ability to thrive in today’s competitive global economy.
  4. 4. Conclusion  The selection process for the award is unbiased; it is given to companies of all different sizes, whether of private or public status. Even companies that do not work with Frost & Sullivan are eligible for the distinction.

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