Box: Building the Next Generation Enterprise Software Company Case Solution

CEO Aaron Levie co-founded the box as a student at USC in 2004. Less than 10 years later, the case became one of the fastest growing in the enterprise software industry in Silicon Valley, with more than 180,000 companies, including big name clients such as Procter and Gamble, Panasonic and Avaya. Despite this success, Levie was worried about the future. He and his management team will have to overcome significant barriers to the can of the next great enterprise software companies. This case study examines how Levie expects the data evolve Box online storage platform in the cloud. It follows the attempt by the company to spend collaborative information exchange to become a platform for access to critical data show. Topics include managing threats to competition from larger companies, well funded as Microsoft and Citrix provides enterprise-class solutions with consumer ease job quality, and maintenance of the particular culture and the company grew and box It has added more disciplined business processes.
by
Robert Burgelman,
Robert Siegel,
Shalie Gaskill
Source: Stanford Graduate School of Business
26 pages.
Release Date: October 9, 2013. Prod #: SM215-PDF-ENG
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Box: Building the Next Generation Enterprise Software Company Case Solution
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