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Essay heading: A SWOT Analysis of the Kyocera Corporation
 
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In 1963 Inamori traveled to the United States, and realized that there was a lot of potential in the emerging semiconductor business. In 1968 a representative office was opened in California. (Kyocera homepage, 2003, http://global.kyocera.com/company/history.html) Initially the company was known more for their customer support than they were for their products...
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Inamori's belief in customer satisfaction quickly earned him a spotless reputation in the United States. They were able to help customers develop high technology solutions, when other companies simply would not, or could not. They would also provide solutions in days, when their competitors would take weeks...
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