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The American sage Yogi Berra once quipped:“In theory, there is not a difference between theory and practice. In practice, there is.”

The American sage Yogi Berra once quipped:“In theory, there is not a difference between theory and practice. In practice, there is.” The same is true for strategy, where implementation, assessment, and adaptation are often required. Contact us to see how Plan A2Z Software will make a practical difference with your business.

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GPS, how we communicate, navigate an increasingly complex world

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When Internet Providers won’t provide, innovation is needed

 

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Telecommunications for good

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Cell Phones 1979, down memory lane

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Startups that on hindsight start to make sense, consider Plan A2Z Software

The best startups seem obvious only in retrospect. By the time most of us found out about them, they had already reached a critical mass of users. We never had to ask the question “Will this work?” since we already saw it working. It is possible to create a “good” startup with a “good” idea, […]

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Wishing Everyone A Wonderful Holiday And A Great New Year

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Citrix Annual Spotlight International Video Contest 2016

Citrix Annual Spotlight International Video Contest 2016 We are proud to announce that Plan A2Z Software’s promotional video has been accepted into the Citrix Annual Spotlight International Video Contest 2016. This is a brief 2 minute promotional video. It’s fun to watch if you already haven’t done so. PlanA2Z provides cradle-to-grave life-cycle management for large development projects […]

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Where Did Wireless Phones Come From?

Meet The Inventor of the First Cell Phone Published on Jun 24, 2015 Motherboard spends a day with Martin Cooper, the father of the first ever portable, handheld cell phone. If I were the brains behind a revolutionary invention that would reshape the world as we know it, I’d brag about it to everyone, but […]

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Right-Hand Rule And How It Relates To Telecom

Telecom’s Humble Beginnings Microwave’s Humble Start The AN/UPN-1 was a radar Pathfinder radio beacon used by the United States Army Air Forces and Airborne forces during World War II. The Radar beacon AN/UPN-1&2, also known as “BUPS” (Beacon, Ultra Portable, S-band), was an ultra-portable radio beacon for ground, paratroop or shipboard use having a range […]

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