World Leader In IT Software, Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) Ranked Top 10 Best Companies

The Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) is a proud IT (Information Technology) innovator with over 50 years serving global businesses. It began its journey on the 16th of April 1959 and has since revolutionized. It’s become one of the strongest global IT providers. With a dynamic workforce of over 70,000 tenured employees in 70+ countries, it manages to acquire the largest contracts. In April, it reported an annual revenue of $12.2 billion. Fletcher Jones and Roy Nutt are the company’s founding partners who turned a $100 dream into billions.

The CSC legacy only began in 1959. Jones and Butt decided to bring about their own brand after becoming aerospace computer analysts. Initially, they started out supplying operating systems, compilers, assemblers and other technologies to computer manufacturers. As demands increased, so did the business and soon they became a renowned brand serving top-tier computer manufacturing giants like IBM and other companies. Nutt had a keen sense and stellar skills as a programmer, which led to him developing an assembly program. It became widely accepted and was the first that made it to production in the industry. Fletcher handled marketing relations, which he did with integrity and grace. CSC has sustained business relationships with top-tier manufacturing brands like DuPont, General Dynamics, and other groups.

It acquired DynCorp in 2003 which strengthened their federal workforce. It later added other companies to the roster, including FCG (First Consulting Group) and Covansys, both of which it acquired in 2007. This resulted in an increased employee population and business relationships. Internationally, CSC entered new markets and sought opportunities to maximize growth. Back in 2002, it managed the development of the innovative UK-based EMEA headquarters. Then in 2008, it launched a China-based IT services hub that focused on the distribution and delivery aspects of the business. It also strengthened its presence throughout Asia, invading markets in Malaysia, Vietnam, and Lithuania.

The CSC project management portfolio includes a diverse roster of companies, including government-owned organizations, NASA, the IRS, the DOD (Department of Defense) and more. The CSC team includes brilliant minds like Eric Pulier, a published U.S. author, philanthropist, prolific technologist, public speaker, columnist and successful business mogul. Pulier launched about 15 companies, including Amana, ServiceMesh (a CSC project), US Interactive and more. He’s a co-founding partner of a handful of companies within the IT sector too.

Mr. Pulier is also a seasoned investor who has funded numerous technology startups, including Monitor Ventures, Trident Capital and more. In addition, he’s a donor to numerous charities serving global communities. His continued contribution to charitable organizations like the Painted Turtle, where he’s a board member is a blessing. Raising four children of his own, Pulier is a passionate giver, supporting chronically ill youngsters. He’s a committed donor to the renowned XPRIZE Foundation as well.

QNet Improves Their Wellness Products And Services

Leading direct selling company, QNet, encourages a healthy
lifestyle among their customers. Known for maintaining a comprehensive
database of many highly qualified independent distributors, this
prestigious Hong Kong based company seeks to provide exceptional
wellness products and services to individuals worldwide. Because QNet
specializes in improving their customers’ current lifestyle, the
company presents offerings related to travel, telecommunications,
education, corporate investments, nutrition, cosmetics, fashion
accessories, and homecare. Most importantly, unlike competitor direct
selling companies who focus on domestic relations and transactions,
QNet’s main goal is to promote their wellness philosophy to
individuals worldwide.

In order to appeal to a variety of consumers, QNet is
enhancing their wellness offerings to encourage more satisfied
customers. Essentially, their profound passion for improving the lives
of their patrons strongly influenced the company’s vegetarian
philosophy. Moreover, QNet adheres to a strict manufacturing strategy
in which products only encompass non-vegetarian ingredients. Notably,
the company also promotes vegetarianism at company events and
conferences in order to facilitate a healthy lifestyle among their
employees as well. In addition, QNet strives to mitigate the growing
rates of obesity, diabetes, and other degenerative diseases by
decreasing the amount of sugar, artificial sweeteners, and chemicals
in their nutrition products. Not surprisingly, the company is strongly
against animal testing.

QNet is the best e-commerce corporation which maintains a healthy
wellness philosophy: think global, act local. Moreover, their profound
growth and expansion is attributed to their highly knowledgeable group
of independent distributors. Contrary to traditional pyramid
companies, QNet’s direct selling approach is not a “get-rich-quick”
scheme. In fact, the company’s representatives work hard to deliver
quality wellness products and services in a face-to-face manner. In
exchange for their distribution, employees receive commission for
their sales volume in addition to the volume from other independent
distributors on their team. Notably, representatives will not earn
profit solely through the registration of other members but instead,
they will generate the most revenue by effectively selling QNet’s life
enhancement products and services.

Recently, QNet announced their decision to relocate all of their
manufacturing practices to a facility in India. Moreover, the company
is currently developing their watches in India as well as their energy
drink Nutriplus, however, the bulk of their production bases exists
all across the world. According to corporate officials, the transition
will quickly increase revenue by 8 to 12 percent. Notably, in past
years, the operation has witnessed a growth as high as 100 percent in
Indian manufacturing. Consequently, the company views this relocation
as a strategic decision.

The company also plans to integrate a platform primarily for Indians
in which individuals can share a recent product or service invention.
Amazingly, the executives will implement unprecedented and beneficial
innovations.

The Model of Qnet

Qnet is a direct selling company based in Hong Kong. Qnet sells a variety of products online to anyone all over the world. Qnet sells a wide range of products including energy products, weight management products, home care products, personal care products, fashion accessories and luxury goods. Qnet was founded by Vijay Eswaran, he is also a motivational speaker to the distributors that sell Qnet products. Many of his motivational speaking sessions are usually exciting and over the top, with props and lots of showmanship. The company’s marketing strategy follows a multi-level marketing and direct selling model. The company depends on independent representatives to market and sell their products to consumers. These independent representatives will then get compensation on a commission basis, based on their sales volume. Their sales volume is usually dependent on their referrals and other independent representatives within their team. The teams are built in a binary fashion. The independent representatives use aggressive marketing to sell Qnet’s products. They use a combination of newspaper advertisements and online resources.

Qnet has offices in Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand, Taiwan, United Arab Emirates, Vietnam, India and Turkey. The company also operates in other countries such as Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Rwanda and Ivory Coast. Qnet promises its independent representatives financial freedom by working at the company. Independent representatives make money by selling the products. The more Qnet products they sell, the more money they make. This strategy puts the independent representatives at a huge advantage because it allows them to make the most of their career and the opportunity. Qnet is all about providing resources to their independent representatives. The company prides themselves on giving their independent representatives the education and the tools to better understand their products so they can better sell them to consumers. Qnet also prides itself on its diversity. The company’s team members are drawn from over 30 countries and their consumer base are from more than 100 countries.

Eric Pulier and His Empire

Eric Pulier has been avid about using advancing technology to help people in multiple aspects of life. He is recognized as one of the most successful entrepreneurs in technology, he is also a published author and a very popular public speaker for world wide technology conferences. He takes pride in helping anyway he can and is an avid member of Bill Clinton’s Global Initiative. He has founded five companies all dabbling in government and and enterprise technology, of which all have been financed by some of the worlds leading and best-known capital venture groups. 

Even before college Pulier was enthralled by technology and started his own database computer company in high school. In 1984 he began Harvard University, opting to major in English and American literature while taking classes at MIT, graduating Magna Cum Laude in 1988. In 1991 Pulier moved to Los Angeles and started his founded his very first company named People Doing Things. PDT focused on education, health care and other issues through the use of technology in an effort to help fix the current struggle. Three years later he founded a second company that eventually merged with Interactive LCC in 1998. 

The Starbright World was created so that children from around the world could come together and share their experiences and talk with other kids who suffer from the same illnesses. By creating a private social network they were able to post blogs, comment, post content and chat with each other. 

Once Starbright World became widely recognized in the technology world, Pulier’s popularity rose high enough to pique the government’s interest. In 1997 the Presidential Inauguration Committee selected Pulier to create the Presidential Technology Exhibition located in capital. With the avid success of “The Bridge to the 21st Century”, then vice president Al Gore asked him to participate in the health care and technology forum and helped give advice on the subjects. 

He has founded five more companies centered around technology and it’s benefit to help the world along with helping other entrepreneurs interested in the world of technology. He holds a firm belief that technology impacts the economy, health care, government and industries, thus his companies thrive on finding ways to use the advancing computer sciences to help in any way it can. With the constant flow of new technology and young adults making changes in old systems the possibilities are endless for Eric Pulier and his growing companies.