| | Re: Open Letter to RIM From One of Their Execs & RIM's Response to It!
I understand what you mean Aiharkness but what I mean is, RIM have inside knowledge of their business and live in todays market, they must think of their consumers expectations for future also evaluate the competition. They should have foreseen today, they may as well have known and obviously understand it better than I do. The fact is that after all, they are still slow!
What frustrate me, as well as many others, is see that even being so capable of much better, they somehow got themselves stuck on time.
I, at no point, believe they will be gone. Just expressing my feelings about the company.
Ive always liked to hear other ppl, I believe a healthy discussion promotes a enlightened mind.
What would you suggest about RIMs problem? I still blame mismanagement.