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    Doram

    Sudah 1 tahun spanduk "coming soon" Doram berkibar. https://forum.gravindo.id/showthread...-(Coming-Soon)

    Video teaser yang menggambarkan migrasi dengan new feature Rebellion dan Doram. Ternyata Rebellion undur 2 bulan pada Desember 2017. Sedangkan untuk Doram sampai saat ini belum ada kabar.

    Uniknya 1 tahun disebut coming soon. Kira-kira kapan Doram keluar?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Silf Sherwood View Post
    Kira-kira kapan Doram keluar?
    Soon
    In near future
    ASAP
    Sek, sedilut meneh
    Item Renewal jRO jadiin buat PVE/PVM aja alias disable PVP/GVG/BG
    Renewal jRO != Renewal kRO fams, hanya sekadar mengingatkan



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    duitnya abis buat foya2... krg banyak beli box kalian buat beli lisence update... borong box lagi lah biar cukup duitnya buat beli lisence update, biar cukup duit buat bayar gaji on time... hahahaha
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    emang beli license? kan strategic partnership antara Gravity sama LYTO

    ye kali beli license lagi, bukan blm beli, tapi emang gak mau kale

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    Memangnya sudah ada pernyataan tertulis jelas gitu ?
    Dari awal sampai sekarang memang belum ada pernyataan jelas loh, Gravindo itu memang asli jadi bagian dari Gravity yang punya hak penuh dan tinggal minta izin aja atau nurut Gravity atau cuma salah 1 Publisher aja yang setiap update atau fitur, misalnya Rodex (sampai sekarang belum ada implementasinya) harus bayar lagi ke Gravity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heickel View Post
    emang beli license? kan strategic partnership antara Gravity sama LYTO

    ye kali beli license lagi, bukan blm beli, tapi emang gak mau kale
    tuh... di jelasin ama kk Cleeon
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleeon View Post
    Memangnya sudah ada pernyataan tertulis jelas gitu ?
    Dari awal sampai sekarang memang belum ada pernyataan jelas loh, Gravindo itu memang asli jadi bagian dari Gravity yang punya hak penuh dan tinggal minta izin aja atau nurut Gravity atau cuma salah 1 Publisher aja yang setiap update atau fitur, misalnya Rodex (sampai sekarang belum ada implementasinya) harus bayar lagi ke Gravity.
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    what is strategic partnership?
     
    A strategic partnership (also see strategic alliance) is a relationship between two commercial enterprises, usually formalized by one or more business contracts. A strategic partnership will usually fall short of a legal partnership entity, agency, or corporate affiliate relationship. Strategic partnerships can take on various forms from shake hand agreements, contractual cooperation's all the way to equity alliances, either the formation of a Joint venture or cross-holdings in each other.

    Typically, two companies form a strategic partnership when each possesses one or more business assets or have expertise that will help the other by enhancing their businesses. Strategic partnerships can develop in outsourcing relationships where the parties desire to achieve long-term “win-win” benefits and innovation based on mutually desired outcomes.

    One common strategic partnership involves one company providing engineering, manufacturing or product development services, partnering with a smaller, entrepreneurial firm or inventor to create a specialized new product. Typically, the larger firm supplies capital, and the necessary product development, marketing, manufacturing, and distribution capabilities, while the smaller firm supplies specialized technical or creative expertise.

    Another common strategic partnership involves a supplier/manufacturer partnering with a distributor or wholesale consumer. Rather than approach the transactions between the companies as a simple link in the product or service supply chain, the two companies form a closer relationship where they mutually participate in advertising, marketing, branding, product development, and other business functions. As examples, an automotive manufacturer may form strategic partnerships with its parts suppliers, or a music distributor with record labels.

    Strategic partnerships also have emerged to solve many company business problems. The book Vested: How P&G, McDonald’s and Microsoft are Redefining Winning in Business Relationships profiles strategic partnerships in large scale business process outsourcing relationships, public-private infrastructure projects, facilities management and supply chain relationships. Contemporary strategic sourcing and procurement processes enable organizations to use Performance-Based or Vested sourcing business models for establishing strategic supplier relationships.

    There can be many advantages to creating strategic partnerships. As Robert M. Grant states in his book Contemporary Strategy Analysis, "For complete strategies, as opposed to individual projects, creating option value means positioning the firm such that a wide array of opportunities become available". Firms taking advantage of strategic partnerships can utilize other company's strengths to make both firms stronger in the long run.

    Strategic partnerships raise questions concerning co-inventorship and other intellectual property ownership, technology transfer, exclusivity, competition, hiring away of employees, rights to business opportunities created in the course of the partnership, splitting of profits and expenses, duration and termination of the relationship, and many other business issues. The relationships are often complex as a result, and can be subject to extensive negotiation. The University of Tennessee has done significant research into strategic partnerships, especially in the area of strategic outsourcing relationships.

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    Mungkin 2 bulan pertama rame, jadi bisa beli lisensi Rebellion.

    Menurut saya strategic partnership tetap beli lisensi (untuk update baru). Tidak ada yang gratis. Anggap seperti model franchise gitu.

    Cuma kalau modelnya nunggu modal terkumpul baru dirilis ya tidak usah bikin coming soon. Saat target tidak tercapai jadi PHP. Mending sudah ada dulu baru koar".
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    Game gratis dipusingin. main tinggal main. hidup tidak usah dibikin susah. Suka2 gravindo mau keluarin doram kapan. lo pada besok meninggal juga gravindo ga tutup kok tenang aja.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dexlarer View Post
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    what is strategic partnership?
     
    A strategic partnership (also see strategic alliance) is a relationship between two commercial enterprises, usually formalized by one or more business contracts. A strategic partnership will usually fall short of a legal partnership entity, agency, or corporate affiliate relationship. Strategic partnerships can take on various forms from shake hand agreements, contractual cooperation's all the way to equity alliances, either the formation of a Joint venture or cross-holdings in each other.

    Typically, two companies form a strategic partnership when each possesses one or more business assets or have expertise that will help the other by enhancing their businesses. Strategic partnerships can develop in outsourcing relationships where the parties desire to achieve long-term “win-win” benefits and innovation based on mutually desired outcomes.

    One common strategic partnership involves one company providing engineering, manufacturing or product development services, partnering with a smaller, entrepreneurial firm or inventor to create a specialized new product. Typically, the larger firm supplies capital, and the necessary product development, marketing, manufacturing, and distribution capabilities, while the smaller firm supplies specialized technical or creative expertise.

    Another common strategic partnership involves a supplier/manufacturer partnering with a distributor or wholesale consumer. Rather than approach the transactions between the companies as a simple link in the product or service supply chain, the two companies form a closer relationship where they mutually participate in advertising, marketing, branding, product development, and other business functions. As examples, an automotive manufacturer may form strategic partnerships with its parts suppliers, or a music distributor with record labels.

    Strategic partnerships also have emerged to solve many company business problems. The book Vested: How P&G, McDonald’s and Microsoft are Redefining Winning in Business Relationships profiles strategic partnerships in large scale business process outsourcing relationships, public-private infrastructure projects, facilities management and supply chain relationships. Contemporary strategic sourcing and procurement processes enable organizations to use Performance-Based or Vested sourcing business models for establishing strategic supplier relationships.

    There can be many advantages to creating strategic partnerships. As Robert M. Grant states in his book Contemporary Strategy Analysis, "For complete strategies, as opposed to individual projects, creating option value means positioning the firm such that a wide array of opportunities become available". Firms taking advantage of strategic partnerships can utilize other company's strengths to make both firms stronger in the long run.

    Strategic partnerships raise questions concerning co-inventorship and other intellectual property ownership, technology transfer, exclusivity, competition, hiring away of employees, rights to business opportunities created in the course of the partnership, splitting of profits and expenses, duration and termination of the relationship, and many other business issues. The relationships are often complex as a result, and can be subject to extensive negotiation. The University of Tennessee has done significant research into strategic partnerships, especially in the area of strategic outsourcing relationships.
    trs klo mmg sdh ada updatenya knp ga di kluarin kk???? masa di tahan2 terus??? padahal org2 dah pada demand byk...
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