PIONEERS IN MEASURING BUILDING INTELLIGENCE

CARLINI & ASSOCIATES, INC.

To contact us:

Phone: 773-370-1888

E-mail: carlini@carlinij.com

INTERNATIONAL EXPERTISE

INTERNATIONAL IMPACT

We have been used to evaluate financial viability, marketing and product distribution strategies of major ventures in Europe and in Asia.  We have also negotiated international distributor agreements and create new distribution channels for products where none exist. 

We have recently worked with several Korean companies to develop intellectual property and review financial alternatives for venture funding on new technology for non-destructive testing (NDT) products and mine detection equipment.

We were retained by ALCATEL STC in Australia to develop new marketing strategies to integrate telecommunication products and create a remote diagnostic center for customers' PBX telephone systems.  We have also developed international voice and data networks for various clients, including several divisions of SANWA Bank as well as worked on final contract negotiations for GLOBEX.

At Northwestern University, James Carlini developed a course on International Applications of Technology that focuses on global TQM, managing multi-cultural teams, and applying technology as well as Six Sigma concepts

“Aiming for Quality in Technology Investments”, “Continual Technology Improvements in Enterprises: Applying Six Sigma and Information Technology”, and “Prioritizing Strategic Information Technology Plans for Global Divisions” were three of his white papers that were translated into several languages by the International Engineering Consortium and also used as concepts taught in Executive Masters Courses at Northwestern University.

A study is currently being done on Intelligent Industrial Campuses that includes Industrial Parks in Taiwan as well as the DuPage National Technology Park that is also a client.

BEST PRACTICES ARE A MOVING TARGET.  WE  HAVE THE TARGET QUALITY METHODOLOGY

Leading-Edge Organizations do not maintain their position using trailing-edge technology

James carlini, 1984

Some buildings will become technologically obsolete and their value will plummet.