How Multinationals Implement Business Applications in Their Subsidiaries

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Multinationals achieve global presence through networks of subsidiaries. However, managing these subsidiaries poses a significant challenge for the corporate headquarters. Failure to monitor, govern, and control subsidiaries can cause inefficiencies in the value chain, even threatening the future of the entire corporation. In this context, how multinationals decide to implement business applications in their subsidiaries is nothing short of critical.

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