asset redeployment

asset redeployment

The reallocation of underused assets in an attempt to make a firm more profitable. To effect an asset redeployment, a company might sell a relatively unprofitable subsidiary and use the funds to strengthen another part of its business. Many corporate takeover attempts are based on the premise that assets will be redeployed once the acquisition has been completed.
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We provide leading lines of hardware plus a full range of spare parts, maintenance, financing, lifecycle management, repair and asset redeployment services which increase our customers' return on their IT investment and improve the manageability of their equipment, while reducing the risk and complexity of their IT operations.
Implemented in May 2010, the plan included asset redeployment, staff reductions, rigorous cost management, network/market alignment and an enhanced commercial offering, which were rolled out over several months.
He said the Turn-Around Plan was implemented in May 2010, and included asset redeployment, staff reductions, rigorous cost management, network/market alignment and enhanced commercial offering, which was rolled over several months.
He categorizes his school's 2006 auction of 2,000 pieces of art as "asset redeployment," similar to Rockford's sale of donated land in the 1980s and rare books in 2007 to pay off debts and keep the school running.
Someone who has worked closely with suppliers to examine new asset redeployment strategies is Jack Buchanan, CEO of Blue Bridge Ventures in Grand Rapids, MI.
In his new position, Kulp is responsible for developing and implementing strategic asset redeployment initiatives such as store closings and inventory dispositions.
'The combined entity will have 500 employees and over 35 offices worldwide, offering clients a single point of contact for global dispositions of capital assets, asset redeployment, valuations and consulting services.'
The ideological contract containing the harsh rhetoric of downsizing, restructuring, asset redeployment, core business concentration and a host of other '90s-born business tenets: "You have a job, but the work environment is dynamic and fluid.
Looking back, during the past few years Perry has undergone a number of structural changes including a new management team, a redesigned store format, store closings, acquisitions, expense reductions and an asset redeployment program that will enable the company to focus on its conventional drug stores.
Also, the underlying and paralleling strategies of asset redeployment, cost reduction/margin enhancement, and growth are the courses of action they take to close the gap between current and perceived value.
Schaye will work with retailers in the area of mergers and acquisitions, inventory dispositions and asset redeployment. He will also be responsible for developing new business for the company.