A company in 1991 by an entrepreneur has emerged as one of the largest technology providers in Hong Kong in 2000. Computer and Technologies Holdings Ltd. (C & T) (www.ctil.com) of a system integrator for the People’s Republic of China (PRC) telecommunications converted to a full-range technology service provider in China and Hong Kong. In 1998, C & T became a publicly traded company and has since experienced tremendous growth. The company boasted profits, which grew at double-click on … Read more »

A company in 1991 by an entrepreneur has emerged as one of the largest technology providers in Hong Kong in 2000. Computer and Technologies Holdings Ltd. (C & T) (www.ctil.com) of a system integrator for the People’s Republic of China (PRC) telecommunications converted to a full-range technology service provider in China and Hong Kong. In 1998, C & T became a publicly traded company and has since experienced tremendous growth. The company boasted profits, which grew to three with double-digit annual rates. C & T was in transition in the spring of 2000, the e-business opportunities in China and Hong Kong positioned to capture. There were new lines of business, changed the nature of their products and services, and created alliances. These changes, however, present a number of challenges to Ng Cheung Shing, founder, CEO and chairman of C & T and his management team. Ng Cheung Shing is uncertain how he is going to manage these changes, although he is aware of the need to create an appropriate strategic plan C & T in developing business to manage.
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Ali F. Farhoomand,
Marissa McCauley
Source: University of Hong Kong
15 pages.
Publication Date: Aug 15, 2001. Prod #: HKU133-PDF-ENG
Computer and Technologies: Managing High Growth HBR case solution

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