The 2010 FIFA World Cup will be the 19th FIFA World Cup, the premier international football tournament. It is scheduled to take place between 11 June and 11 July 2010 in South Africa. The 2010 FIFA World Cup will be the culmination of a qualification process that began in August 2007 and involved 204 of the 208 FIFA national teams. As such, it matches the 2008 Summer Olympics as the ports event with the most competing nations. The thirty-two countries that are qualified are ‘fighting’ for the tournament to decide which country can be crowned as World Champion for the next 4 years.
To achieve the goal to be the World Champion the team of trainers/coaches, players and all kind of staff members (doctors, chefs, dieticians, etc) need to find the right chemistry. This chemistry and right communication in all kind of ways are extremely important to achieve the goal of being the next World Champions. As a natural born Dutch guy I hope the Dutch team, aka the Oranje (Orange), will perform great, but I completely accept that England are going to win – because Wayne Rooney is the best player in the world.
Next to the football Orange team there is another Orange team, the Westbury Orange team. We have our managers as our coaches. We have our R&Defense as the engine of the team. We have Sales and Marketing as our midfield who are exploring the outside world. Our consultants are the attackers who are finishing off the work by implementing our powerful SMI reporting solution at the customers side, or, in other words, scoring the goals. And last but absolutely not least, we have our Support department as our staff to facilitate and to support the internal Westbury Orange team players and of course all our customers.
The Westbury Orange team has been putting their strength together to create chemistry and this Orange team full of chemistry was able to bring you a powerful reporting solution like SMI Suite. I dare to call it the World Champion of reporting solutions on HP Service Center / Service Manager. I hope you’ll agree with that.
On behalf of the Westbury Orange team I wish you a great World Cup next month and I hope the best for your favorite country – although I hope the Orange will reach the final and lose to England. If not the other Orange team is already a World Champion.