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At FutureCreators, our mission is to help you unlock the key to scalable profitability: turning customer information into cash faster than your competition and do it at Zettabyte scale. We help you measure your business' ability to scale profitably in the Zettabyte Era using key operating metrics. These metrics tell you immediately how close you are to your customer information and how to uncover huge pools of untouched cash, the lifeblood of your business. We want to see your business growing, profitable and cash rich.

At FutureCreators, our mission is to help you unlock the key to scalable profitability: turning customer information into cash faster than your competition and do it at Zettabyte scale. We help you measure your business' ability to scale profitably in the Zettabyte Era using key operating metrics. These metrics tell you immediately how close you are to your customer information and how to uncover huge pools of untouched cash, the lifeblood of your business. We want to see your business growing, profitable and cash rich.
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At FutureCreators, our mission is to help you unlock the key to scalable profitability: turning customer information into cash faster than your competition and do it at Zettabyte scale. We help you measure your business' ability to scale profitably in the Zettabyte Era using key operating metrics. These metrics tell you immediately how close you are to your customer information and how to uncover huge pools of untouched cash, the lifeblood of your business. We want to see your business growing, profitable and cash rich.

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Flat Architectures

5/13/2019
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Flat architecture has a lot to do with the information cost velocity curve. Over the years, some companies end up falling off the curve due to how they are structured, which is why the companies start to restructure to become more flattened out companies. This flattening is between not only management and their employees but also suppliers and the ones they're supplying to. Since the amount of information that needs to be known is being increased, so is the number of people who need to know...

Duration:00:07:14

Disney's Foray Into Netflix Territory

5/2/2019
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Learn about how Disney is trying to integrate into Netflix's territory by creating Disney+. However, they may struggle to do this because the revenue they are getting from TV providers may not come in as fast as they need it to.

Duration:00:07:26

Boeing's Woes Extend Beyond the 737 Max

4/22/2019
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Digging deeper into the issue of Boeing's astonishing increase in days and sales in inventory involves understanding how the problem emerged. This podcast explains the systematic involvement as well as who would be included in fixing the issue of inventory.

Duration:00:08:25

Netflix

3/22/2019
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Like all the FAANGs, and every major company in the future, Netflix mist scale at The Rate of Cloud Inflation or fall off The Information Cost-Velocity Curve, the dominant force in civilization, and die. But, the global common carriers who, today, are the arteries of Netflix Cloud-born information to its customers, can’t do this. Some of the issues with these common carriers come from the idea that people are using wifi more than they use cellular data. This paying for data can be taken out...

Duration:00:07:33

Huawei

3/11/2019
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Huawei’s real problem is that has monster operating challenges while it also faces the challenge of customers too indebted to buy its 5G products. There is a huge disconnection between Huawei's customers and the company itself. This causes the information flow within the company to be poor. Which is what leads to these operating challenges. Comparing Huawei to other companies who are within the same industry, the company again shows how it doesn't scale. This also has a lot to do with...

Duration:00:09:44

Nissan is Ghosn, Ghosn, Ghosn

2/25/2019
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Carlos Ghosn has been arrested in Japan and will likely spend a year in jail there, awaiting trial. And he will not be allowed access to a lawyer during that time. He was brought up on charges of corruption, now the question is, why did Ghosn do it and what can happen to the Nissan company due to this arrest and these charges? Japan doesn't get the share they deserve from their product so the managers don't get the competitive income they deserve. This is based on the GDP which is expanded...

Duration:00:08:34

China Finally Gets It: Part 2

2/15/2019
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As talked about in the previous podcast, China is struggling with financial problems that they blamed on the new policies put forth by President Donald Trump. In this two-part episode, there is a discussion based around corrupt companies that China relies on as well as their poor infrastructure and the system used for the infrastructure. Two more reasons China is facing massive problems, as discussed by Future Creators founder Francis McInerney. These problems with China are mainly (1) Their...

Duration:00:05:44

China Finally Gets It - Part 1

2/4/2019
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An excellent piece in Bloomberg reports that Xi Jin Ping just told the party that it faces “serious" threats to its "long-standing rule.” as well as its ability to become a more market-driven economy. At this time China also reported that it had some of its slowest economic growth which Xi correlates to new US policies put forth by President Trump. The Center of Everything has massive problems. Here are two. (1) An economy that entered a deep recession early in 2012 and shows no signs of...

Duration:00:07:10

Break up of all the world’s phone companies.

1/25/2019
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People are always looking for the most bang for their buck, and of course, quality is important too. When phone companies raise their prices, there is a change in customers, they move to a cheaper company. However, with this new breakthrough of 5G wireless, where can consumers turn to for a good deal? Alexander Graham Bell founded AT&T in 1877. His world is finally about to crash and burn. US carrier service growth is slowing for the first time since the Great Depression. But, today we are...

Duration:00:08:23

How Blockchain Can Kill Carbon Addiction

1/18/2019
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Learn how windows (not the Microsoft kind) can help you tap into the blockchain and reduce world reliance on carbon.

Duration:00:08:00

Why Blockchain Won't Mesh With Your Traditional Phone Company

1/11/2019
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Learn how smaller mesh networks are the future, and how you can take advantage of the opportunities with blockchain

Duration:00:07:31

Information Cost-Velocity Curve and Import Taxes

1/4/2019
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The administration thinks import taxes are an “easy win.” But FutureCreators know that Information Velocity is destiny. Supply chain management is a subset of this. Slapping import taxes on an IV-driven SCM diminishes your position on the Information Cost-Velocity Curve kills value. Recorded 11/2018

Duration:00:06:38

Information Velocity and SCM

12/28/2018
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Information Velocity (Days of Sales in Inventory + DoS in AR) tells all about SCM. Big number? Poor SCM. Don’t try to compete with this; you’ll get nailed on price and terms. Small number? The world is yours. You sell cash to customers and deliver products. Their CFOs love you forever. You’re locked in!

Duration:00:07:08

Information Surface and Brand

12/14/2018
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Many people think that your brand is the value of your company name. No even close. Brand is managing your customers' experience of your product. And you do this where the three Cloud Membranes intersect. Your information Surface has to cover that space and inflate with it as the Cloud inflates the number of intersections there. Can’t keep up? Welcome to Japan!

Duration:00:07:27

Amazon and Whole Foods : The Real Story

12/7/2018
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Amazon’s Information Velocity was way behind Whole Foods when the merger went down. Looks like the home of AWS has huge ERP problems. How does Amazon expect to make this deal accretive? We put a new video on www.future-creators.com to explain

Duration:00:07:45

Amazon HQ2 - Are New York and Crystal City The Right Choices?

11/28/2018
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Toronto may have been a better headquarters choice for Jeff Bezos to make. Listen to why from Future Creators

Duration:00:06:38

No Tears for Sears

11/2/2018
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Well, it finally happened. Sears is going under. Twenty-two years after our data showed that it’s Information Velocity could not support its growth. In 1996, Sears IV was 14 days slower than Walmart. Today, it is 33 days behind. Sales peaked at $53B in 2007 and are now $16B. Walmart was $380B in 2007 and is now $500B. Eddie Lampert, Sears’ CEO, did not even read his own data!! Some investment genius….? Recorded 10/26/2018

Duration:00:06:35

Information Cost-Velocity Curve and Import Taxes

10/19/2018
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The administration thinks import taxes are an “easy win.” But FutureCreators know that Information Velocity is destiny. Supply chain management is a subset of this. Slapping import taxes on an IV-driven SCM diminishes your position on the Information Cost-Velocity Curve kills value.? Recorded by Francis McInerney on August 25 2018

Duration:00:05:42

Law of Symmetric Ecosystems

10/5/2018
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If your Ecosystem Velocity is slower than that of your customer, you lose. Walmart’s Ecosystem Acceleration over the last quarter century is now worth some $30 billion to the company. If you can’t support that, why would WMT do business with you? To win, your ecosystem must be symmetric with theirs.?

Duration:00:04:22

Google Panders to China

9/28/2018
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The latest news is that Google wants to make a China-censored search engine so it can get into the 800 million person strong Internet market there. This is nuts. Cloud inflation will destroy the Party. There is no point in getting in the way. Nor in letting yourself be seen as the Party’s agent when people turn against it. Apple is guilty too. Recorded 8/20/2018

Duration:00:04:54