The Unicist Approach: The Next Stage in Business Technologies

We provide companies with technologies that manage the unified field of business processes using a conceptual approach to develop intelligent systems that allow ensuring results, using maximal strategies to expand and minimum strategies to win.

The Unicist Research Institute introduced a paradigm shift that drove business strategy, architecture, marketing and management to a superior level. This opened a new market based on registered/patented unicist technologies that build structural solutions focused on business expansion.

The Unicist Strategy is based on the emulation of nature that became possible due to the unicist paradigm shift in sciences. This approach is sustained by three pillars:

1) Unicist Strategy: that emulates nature by developing maximal strategies to grow and minimum strategies to ensure survival.

2) Unicist Tactics: that develops maximal strategy driven actions and minimum strategy driven actions to ensure results.

3) Unicist Reflection: that ensures the results of strategies and actions based on a pilot test driven reflection process.

Unicist Strategy

  • Unicist Business Strategy: This technology allows developing maximal strategies to expand businesses and minimum strategies to sustain them. Access
  • Unicist Business Intelligence: It is based on the use of unicist technologies to build competitive intelligence, critical intelligence and structural intelligence. Access
  • Second Opinion Diagnoses: They are structural diagnoses that begin with the definition of the fundamentals of the business and end with action plans. Access

Unicist Marketing

  • Virtual Marketplace Building: It requires integrating the market segmentation with the segmentation of media to use marketing objects to influence buying decisions. Access
  • Object Driven Marketing: This technology provides structural solutions that are based on the unicist segmentation model and the use of marketing objects. Access
  • Unicist Customer Profiling: This technology allowed dealing with different segments based on conceptual predictors and characteristics that can be observed. Access

Unicist Business & IT Architecture

  • Unicist Business Architecture: It allowed making the next step in organizational design, integrating personal and virtual processes, using business objects and roles. Access
  • Unicist Continuous Improvement: The unicist technology is based on upgrading processes driven by the improvement of the objects included in such processes. Access
  • Unicist Knowledge Management: It structures the information logically and enables learning from experience and improving the operation in organizations. Access
  • In-company Corporate Universities: They are organized as business units to develop structural solutions using the unicist approach and the unicist methods. Access
  • Unicist Conceptual Design: It implies integrating the emulation of the solution and the conceptual knowledge of the process to build the process architecture. Access
  • Unicist Contingency Rooms: They are organizational units that transform urgent problems into structural solutions integrating fundamental and technical knowledge. Access
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• Algeria • Argentina • Australia • Austria • Belarus • Belgium • Bolivia • Brazil • Cambodia • Canada • Chile • China • Colombia • Costa Rica • Croatia • Cuba • Czech Republic • Denmark • Ecuador • Egypt • Finland • France • Georgia • Germany • Honduras • Hungary • India • Iran • Iraq • Ireland • Israel • Italy • Japan • Jordan • Libya • Malaysia • Mexico • Morocco • Netherlands • New Zealand • Nicaragua • Norway • Pakistan • Panama • Paraguay • Peru • Philippines • Poland • Portugal • Romania • Russia • Saudi Arabia • Serbia • Singapore • Slovakia • South Africa • Spain • Sweden • Switzerland • Syria • Thailand • Tunisia • Turkey • Ukraine • United Arab Emirates • United Kingdom • United States • Uruguay • Venezuela • Vietnam

Conceptual Segmentation of Markets

• Automobile • Food • Mass consumption • Financial • Insurance • Sports and social institutions • Information Technology (IT) • Communications • Perishable goods • Mass media • Direct sales • Industrial commodities • Agribusiness • Healthcare • Pharmaceutical • Oil and Gas • Chemical • Paints • Education • Services • Commerce and distribution • Mining • Timber • Apparel • Passenger transportation –land, sea and air • Tourism • Cargo transportation • Professional services • e-market • Entertainment and show-business • Advertising • Gastronomic • Hotel-management • Credit card • Real estate • Fishing • Publishing • Industrial Equipment • Construction and Engineering • Bike, motorbike, scooter and moped • Sporting goods