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I have had previous discussion with individual members of this board re BEAS and their conclusions have consistently been that BEAS is not "in the Gorilla Game" per se. I have previously referenced on this board and ongoing discussion on another board on this topic.
(http://boards.fool.com/Message.asp?id=1360002000637000)where we are discussing BEAS as a Gorilla.

One of the questions we had been planning on doing was documenting with investor relations at BEAS whether Moore was a consultant and specifically re the Gorilla Game strategy. It was of interest then that I listened to this Radio Wall Street interview with BEAS CEO...
http://www.radiowallstreet.com/NASApp/RWS/EventPage?ID=24822

Skip to nearly the end and you will hear the CEO discuss Moore and GG and their relationship to BEAS.

At least BEAS thinks they are in the game? and are paying Moore to advise them on it?

omahafool
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At least BEAS thinks they are in the game? and are paying Moore to advise them on it?

Moore provides consulting services to technology companies. Not all of these companies are Gorilla candidates. But they all must compete in the technology sector. Moore attempts to optimize their competitive position regardless of species.

Beas is middleware. I will not generalize because it is possible that Beas is one of the exceptions that middleware is not usually a Gorilla candidate and I look forward to analysis thereon. But Moore was quite blunt in his book that middleware is not a fertile Gorilla breeding ground.

Tinker
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