Technology: By integrating
massively scalar systems technologies with the most advanced computer, media,
satellite, telecommunications and Internet technologies, InfoTelesys sets a new
standard and enables multiple new industries.
Corporate: International Business Corporation
architected for neutral global operations and minimization of tax liability.
Business: Scalable deployment strategy based on
capital availability with clear identification of revenue streams and broad
reaching opportunity that allows the Company to pick the best path.
Marketing: The innovative ITISP™
(InfoTelesys Service Provider) architecture take the successful marketing
strategies of companies like Microsoft a step further, directly into the
community and neighborhood without the traditional overhead of
multi-level-marketing or the limitations of traditional franchise systems. InfoTelesys keen focus on marketing is evident in some of the
Companies trademark registrations and
domain name coverage.
Financial: InfoTelesys future financial systems
infrastructure promises incredible opportunity enabled by the channel the
Company is creating.
Worker: The ground breaking BOS / GOS motivational
and reward system (Base Option Stake / General Option Stake) that integrates and
effectively manages widely distributed work forces sets a new industry standard
that helps ensure the Companies ongoing innovation and success.
Consumer: By recognizing consumer expectations and
what consumers are prepared to do verses capable of doing, InfoTelesys will set
new standards in terms of ease of use. InfoTelesys’
Plug-in, Point-Click, Watch & Interact employs the best of TV and Internet
and eliminates the worst of computers and Internet to create and environment
consumers will quickly adapt to. The on-demand DVD & HDTV quality media enabled by IT-I2™
promises to set a new way of life for the consumer.
Competitive: InfoTelesys is employing pricing and
costing strategies from mature industries such as the steel and automotive
industries, where products and services costs are accurately scrutinized and
minimized and where pricing is based on a cost plus basis.
Few competitors in the advanced technology markets employ such
strategies. Competition originating from
the Dot Com and Internet markets still have to figure out how to turn a
profit. Competitors originating from telecommunications markets are
more familiar with regulation that forces inefficiencies rather than cost
efficiency. Most of the competitors
originating from the satellite markets are more familiar with government grants
than operating business for profit. All
of the incumbent competitors face serious channel conflict such as charging 5c
for a voice call that takes less than 8 kbps (equates to $38 per minuet for a 6
Mbps DVD session), or charging $3.99 for playing one movie to two thousand
recipients (equates to $7,980.00 cost to view it on-demand).
One of the most competitive elements of InfoTelesys is the Companies
perspective of the world as one place, where technologies, components, products
and services are sourced from the most cost effective location.
InfoTelesys employs a scalar growth model that allows the
company to select optimal business lines in accordance with capital and sales