Low Hanging Fruit


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Low Hanging Fruit

In investment banking, a potential client who is very likely to agree to put assets under the bank's management. For example, if an internationally known bank opens its first office in the capital of a small country, that country's biggest companies are likely to be low hanging fruit because they would want to associate themselves with a famous, successful bank.
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David Globig, vice president of operations at Mercy comments, “As a result of the Low Hanging Fruit program, Mercy is now able to compete aggressively as an orthopedic surgery destination center with confidence that our cost structures support our bundled reimbursement strategy.
8220;We are thrilled to have teamed with Low Hanging Fruit to bring to market an integrated offering with the potential to transform the economics of providing healthcare.
Gone is much of the low hanging fruit that made cost reduction programs so beneficial to the bottom line earlier in the decade," said Partridge.
This will enable us to have a helicopter view but not before we kick the tyres, spank it out, pick the low hanging fruits and peel the onion to initiate step-changes that will allow us to touch base and get a buy-in from customers.
ABI Research believes the utility industry should focus on these low hanging fruits, even more than building BPL capabilities to generate additional revenue," notes Sistla.