FD, a global business communications firm and the communications arm of FTI Consulting Inc, on June 21 announced the acquisition of Gravitas, a communications firm based in Colombia and Panama.
What does GBC stand for?
GBC stands for Global Business Communication (various organizations)
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- Gifu Bach-Chor (Choir)
- GIGA-BYTE Communications (Taiwan)
- Gimbelet Basket Club (France)
- Give Back Cincinnati (Ohio)
- Global Bangemann Challenge
- Global Benchmarking Council
- Global Bible Commentary
- Global Biochemical Cycles
- Global Business Centre
- Global Business Coalition
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Faxing continues to be an essential part of the global business communications mix for a variety of reasons such as document "permanence," content complexity, and simply the need to have a hardcopy for files and records.
The prototype uses AT&T Enterprise Messaging to synchronize e-mail systems with AT&T's Intuity AUDIX System, a voice and fax server manufactured and sold through AT&T's Global Business Communications Systems unit.
The company accounts for approximately one-fourth of AT&T's Global Business Communications Systems reseller division.
I am excited to be leading this expansion project, which will allow us to provide even more valuable solutions in the development of advanced global business communications.
Dan Fusco, Product Marketing Manager for AT&T Global Business Communications Systems (GBCS), said, "With the RLX and the RDC, we are offering our customers a one-vendor solution -- an AT&T solution, allowing one-stop shopping for both voice and data applications.
He has served as executive chairman of IHS since December 1, 2000, and previously was chairman and CEO of Ingram Micro from 1996 through 2000; chairman and CEO of Legent in 1995; chairman and CEO of AT&T's Global Information Solutions (NCR Corporation) and Global Business Communications Systems from 1992 through 1994; chairman, president and CEO of Square D Company from 1987 through 1991; and in leadership positions at Honeywell for more than 21 years.
Kavner is a member of AT&T's Executive Committee and is responsible for five business units at the telecommunications company, including its Global Business Communications Systems, Consumer Products, Advanced Technology Systems, AT&T Ventures Corporation and AT&T Paradyne units.