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Published by: Harvard Business Publishing
Originally published in: 1999
Version: 30 August 2005
Length: 19 pages
Data source: Field research

Abstract

Pandesic is a joint venture of SAP and Intel designed to develop turnkey information architectures for marketspace companies. The case explores the problems of developing the joint venture from the perspective of its general management. Describes the development of its strategy and organization. At the end of the case, performance is poor and Harold Hughes (Intel) steps in from his position as part-time chairman to run Pandesic. Recommended for use with (9-399-126), (9-399-127), (9-300-039), (9-300-040), and (9-310-038). Supplemented by (9-399-130).
Location:
Size:
100 employees
Other setting(s):
1996

About

Abstract

Pandesic is a joint venture of SAP and Intel designed to develop turnkey information architectures for marketspace companies. The case explores the problems of developing the joint venture from the perspective of its general management. Describes the development of its strategy and organization. At the end of the case, performance is poor and Harold Hughes (Intel) steps in from his position as part-time chairman to run Pandesic. Recommended for use with (9-399-126), (9-399-127), (9-300-039), (9-300-040), and (9-310-038). Supplemented by (9-399-130).

Settings

Location:
Size:
100 employees
Other setting(s):
1996

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