Welcome to the Corporate Gibberish Generator™ by Andrew Davidson. andrewdavidson/at\andrewdavidson/dot\com
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We will augment our aptitude to engineer without decreasing our ability to utilize.
At BuildingLink, we believe we know how to actualize intuitively.
Our functionality is unparalleled, but our social-network-based process management and non-complex configuration is invariably considered an amazing achievement.
What do we evolve? Anything and everything, regardless of namelessness!
The R&D factor is integrated.
Do you have a plan of action to become bleeding-edge?
It seems impressive, but it's realistic!
What does it really mean to engage "intuitively"?
Without eyeballs, you will lack niches.
We often streamline B2B2C re-sizing. That is a terrific achievement taking into account this fiduciary term's conditions!
We apply the proverb "The proof of the pudding is in the eating" not only to our re-sizing but our capability to maximize.
BuildingLink is the industry leader of social-network-based performance.
We often syndicate out-of-the-box TQM reports. That is an amazing achievement considering today's cycle!
We will enhance the ability of user-centric, distributed metrics to syndicate.
If you utilize interactively, you may have to embrace compellingly.
We apply the proverb "Make hay while the sun shines" not only to our systems but our ability to e-enable.
Is it more important for something to be subscriber-defined or to be best-of-breed?
We pride ourselves not only on our functionality, but our non-complex administration and non-complex configuration.
Do you have a game plan to become one-to-one, backward-compatible?
Our functionality is unmatched, but our backward-compatible methodologies and newbie-proof configuration is often considered a remarkable achievement.
What does it really mean to generate "efficiently"?
We usually iterate customer-defined customized re-purposing. That is a remarkable achievement considering the current fiscal year's financial state of things!
Have you ever had to enable your feature set? Free?
What does the buzzword "portals" really mean?
Without performance, you will lack e-businesses.
The metrics for project management are more well-understood if they are not 24/7.
The all-hands meetings factor is interactive.
If all of this sounds estranging to you, that's because it is!
Is it more important for something to be revolutionary or to be killer?
What does it really mean to embrace "intuitively"?
We pride ourselves not only on our functionality, but our user-proof administration and simple configuration.
The e-commerce factor can be summed up in one word: user-centric.
Without adequate synergistic vertical, one-to-one M&A, e-businesses are forced to become distributed, long-term.
At BuildingLink, we realize how to productize nano-transparently.
We will add to our power to leverage without lessening our ability to orchestrate.
What does the term "M&A" really mean?
Is it more important for something to be 60/24/7/365 or to be magnetic?
Without well-planned aggregation, architectures are forced to become proactive.
The metrics for applications are more well-understood if they are not open-source.
Imagine a combination of HTML and CSS.
What does the commonly-used term "Total Quality Management" really mean?
We pride ourselves not only on our next-generation, back-end, transparent feature set, but our user-proof administration and non-complex operation.
Do you have a plan to become reconfigurable?
Have you ever wanted to morph your best-of-breed feature set? Instantly?
If all of this may seem discombobulating to you, that's because it is!
We will widen our ability to redefine without depreciating our aptitude to facilitate.
The e-businesses factor is C2C2B.
Your budget for delivering should be at least three times your budget for facilitating.
We usually exploit B2B structuring. That is an amazing achievement considering the current financial state of things!
We think that most reality-based web applications use far too much PGP, and not enough Apache.
The capacity to integrate cyber-holistically leads to the capacity to redefine vertically.
We pride ourselves not only on our feature set, but our newbie-proof administration and newbie-proof operation.
If you productize robustly, you may have to streamline interactively.
We will amplify our capacity to implement without depreciating our ability to seize.
BuildingLink practically invented the term "accounting".
We apply the proverb "A stitch in time saves nine" not only to our bandwidth but our capability to extend.
Think C2B2B. Think mission-critical. Think back-end. But don't think all three at the same time.
What does the commonly-used commonly-accepted term "robust" really mean?
The metrics for metrics are more well-understood if they are not revolutionary.
The macro-performance factor is clicks-and-mortar.
Our out-of-the-box feature set is unparalleled in the industry, but our blog-based TQM and simple configuration is constantly considered a remarkable achievement.
We understand that if you embrace intuitively then you may also optimize intuitively.
We understand that if you empower transparently then you may also maximize intuitively.
Our technology takes the best aspects of PNG and FOAF.
The content factor can be summed up in one word: vertical.
We have come to know that it is better to synthesize efficiently than to unleash magnetically.
BuildingLink has revamped the abstraction of infrastructures.
The metrics for networks are more well-understood if they are not innovative.
We apply the proverb "Make hay while the sun shines" not only to our bloatware but our aptitude to transition.
We will step up our aptitude to seize without decreasing our capacity to syndicate.
Is it more important for something to be extensible or to be impactful?
If you brand intuitively, you may have to facilitate proactively.
Is it more important for something to be social-network-based or to be collaborative?
Imagine a combination of XSL and Java.
Think 60/24/7/365. Think user-centric. Think user-centric. But don't think all three at the same time.
The e-commerce factor can be summed up in one word: world-class.
We think we know that it is better to actualize intra-compellingly than to redefine efficiently.
Without supply-chains, you will lack C2C.
We here at BuildingLink believe we know that it is better to implement holistically than to drive efficiently.
The metrics for mega-implementation are more well-understood if they are not seamless.
We think that most robust web-based applications use far too much ASP, and not enough ASP.
What does the term "sticky" really mean?
If you disintermediate intuitively, you may have to benchmark globally.
The aptitude to synergize efficiently leads to the aptitude to synergize seamlessly.
If you facilitate seamlessly, you may have to envisioneer iteravely.
Our real-world feature set is unparalleled, but our B2C interfaces and easy use is frequently considered a remarkable achievement.
We think that most killer splash pages use far too much PHP, and not enough XSL.
We usually actualize blog-based versioning. That is a remarkable achievement considering this fiscal year's financial state of things!
Have you ever had to seize your C2C2C feature set? Right now?
Think clicks-and-mortar. Think 24/7/365. Think vertical. But don't think all three at the same time.
The metrics for aggregation are more well-understood if they are not blog-based.
What do we redefine? Anything and everything, regardless of abstruseness!
What does the industry jargon "B2B2C, customer-directed nano-magnetic bloatware" really mean?
We realize that if you incentivize virtually then you may also disintermediate virally.
It may seem stupefying, but it's realistic!
Do you have a game plan to become cutting-edge?
What does the term "users" really mean?
A company that can reintermediate courageously will (at some point in the future) be able to revolutionize courageously.
What does the commonly-accepted buzzword "next-generation" really mean?