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Cloud and Mobile Computing Solutions Firm


CRM Trilogix: Giving Business a Return on their IT investment.....Cloud Computing and Distributed Solutions Provider

We make businesses more competitive through Cloud and Mobile Computing solutions.

CRM Trilogix is based in Toronto Canada with partners and offices in the US and Europe. We have over 10 years experience in developing and deploying distributed software solutions for medium sized and larger corporations in the following domains:
- Cloud Computing
- Sales Force Automation
- Warehouse and Logistics management
- Mobile hand-held solutions


 

We also provide consultancy and training in the above areas and in building distributed systems.

Our methodology and return on investment strategy means that we will work with clients to effect a return on their IT investment.

Cloud computing and mobile data management are areas which will produce immense benefit for firms.

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Research on China's water problems

A research factoid on China's Water Problem – Civil unrest? Or technology to the rescue?

Feb 27, 2012

One of the greatest geo-political threats to East Asia is China's insufficient, polluted and dwindling
supply of water. This problem presents of course a technological opportunity. Technology, both
hardware and software based will be a necessary part of resolving China's obvious water based
problems. It is clear that China's 10% per annum GDP growth will outstrip its water supply at
some point within the next 30 years. This fact is especially true and poignant in northern China
which is home to over half of China's GDP and 40% of its population. Northern China is
desiccated and could revert to being essentially a desert. The geo-political and internal social
dislocations which could result from a reduction in available water supply in China, and the
desertification of its north might indeed be monumental.

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Playbook versus the iPad

Do businesses need one now?

Oct 12, 2011

Do businesses need one now? In short no. In most cases the current laptop that the business people use
is good enough. Neither Tablet is really a business tool today. In the future they likely will be but you
might as well wait. As well pricing for both is high - U$600 for a 64 GB unit. Ouch.

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Dynamism inherent in the Cloud computing model

Jul 22, 2011

A digest from Cloud Times on the dynamism inherent in the Cloud computing model.

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