Cultural Organization: Cisco Systems
"Cisco is a global manufacturer of networking and communications products and provides services associated with that equipment and its use. Cisco provides a line of products for transporting data, voice and video within buildings, across campuses and around the world. It is headquartered in San Jose, California." (Marketline Business)
Founded in 1984 by a group of Stanford scientists,
Cisco offers customer service 24 hours a day offered by Americas, Australia, and Scotland, along with other places located around the world. Cisco primarily operates in five business segments categorized by products. These include switches, routers, advanced technologies, services and other products, such IP telephones that run on Ethernet connectivity. "Cisco's classifies its customers into four main categories, in which include large enterprise businesses, service providers, commercial customers and consumers" (Marketline Business). Large enterprise businesses are defined as a business with 1,000 or more employees working in multiple locations or branch offices. Large enterprise businesses are defined as a business with 1,000 or more employees working in multiple locations or branch offices. Most of the large businesses are partnered with Cisco to provide service to indirect customers. Commercial customers are primarily small and medium-sized businesses with less than 1,000 employees. These customers...