Benchmarking

Marina Vitale, Regional Legal Counsel, Hewlett Packard, Italy

In practise, benchmarking is a comparison method in order to assess and/or to evaluate a performance making a comparison with others performances of the same type. The comparison can be considered a basic element of the benchmarking process and it is very important to apply in the context of large multinational companies where comparison with other companies operating in the same market is essential to have a good overview of what is happening in the market and to achieve an adequate and effective business plan future program for that market.

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Italy Management IT August 2013 Vol. 6, No. 24, Summer 2013

Marina Vitale

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Marina Vitale graduated in law at the University of Rome "La Sapienza". Since 2008 she has been working in the legal dept of HP with the registered office in Palo Alto California.

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Italy Management IT August 2013 Vol. 6, No. 24, Summer 2013
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