The competitive analysis of the organization
Sun’s Environmental analysis encompasses its strategic business initiatives and plans. These include continuous improvement in the operation model, lowering of the cost structure and the overhead expenses with its focus on producing eco-responsible products and services. It also out sources certain vital, non-core business processes of which one of them is document processes.
Its operations in over 100 countries generates revenue of over $13 billion in sales on a yearly basis, it spends some amount of time and money managing mostly unstructured portfolios of document-related office equipment, software, supplies and services. However the uncertainty and the rising levels of risks have made it difficult for the company to determine its future trends (Justin, 2001). Sun serves 80% plus of the internet traffic runs and supports nearly half of the 20 global retailers and 100% of global manufacturers.
The 70% of the NASDAQ orders run on Sun Microsystems and also four out of five largest health care insurers in the U. S. use Sun systems (Sun Microsystems Inc, 2007). Objectives 1. To allow a better understanding of the aims and the challenges that their customers face 2. To De-risk implementations by giving opportunity to contribute to the design, and implementation of new systems as well as a long term strategic view of the customer’s IT ecosystem. 3. To use the smart innovative technologists in constructing applications and supporting them well into production.