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Think Tank

MTM Think Tank, is a research institute that performs research and advocacy concerning topics such as social policy, political strategy, economics, military, technology, and culture. Most think tanks are non-governmental organizations, but some are semi-autonomous agencies within government or are associated with particular political parties or businesses. Think-tank funding often includes a combination of millionaire donations and individual contributions, with many also accepting government grants.


Research, Inventions & Innovations

MTM Research Innovations - or as we call it, RII - is redefining what it means to work in national security technology. We believe in the power of government-industry relationships and together with our customers are leading its digital transformation. We're breaking through the big, slow status quo with transformative technology that fundamentally changes and improves the world.


Ideas Bank

MTM idea bank is a collection of all polish new, innovative and pioneering ideas. Some ideas banks are used to develop new inventions or technologies. MTM corporations have installed internal ideas banks to gather the input from their employees and improve their ideation process.


Alliances & Partnerships

MTM partnership company is formed when the parties involved agree to share the business’s profits or losses proportionately. This business is a separate entity, jointly owned and operated by the people in the partnership. MTM alliance is formed when businesses agree to collaborate without giving up their independent status.


Investor Relations

MTM Investor relations (IR) is a strategic management responsibility that is capable of integrating finance, communication, marketing and securities law compliance to enable the most effective two-way communication between a company, the financial community, and other constituencies, which ultimately contributes to a company's securities achieving fair valuation. The term describes the department of a company devoted to handling inquiries from shareholders and investors, as well as others who might be interested in a company's stock or financial stability.



MTM Technical Perspective defines the technical level view of the system. The various models defined show how people interact with processes at various locations within the system, and the things they handle and use (technical entities). The models also show how these different aspects and things must relate to one another, both statically and dynamically, to produce the desired business results. It places emphasis on the structure of entities, roles, the business locations and processes, and their active responsibilities and interactions. Our models show all aspects needed to support business activities and processes and related entities to obtain the desired results for the various actors. Computational aspects, such as storage and server and database are added to this model: specific technologies are defined at the technical level. Patterns for their usage may also be defined.


Experience Certainity

True certainty of success comes from working with a partner you trust to provide the insight, support and expertise that will propel your business forward. Experiencing certainty with MTM means you can count on results, partnership and leadership. When you work with us, your long-term success is our motivation. This is why we can offer you the ability to meet every challenge and the agility to capitalize on every opportunity. That’s the power of certainty. And it is our promise to every client.


The MTM Advantage

MTM having a proven leadership of historic achievements and super success has a commitment to reliability, precision, efficiency, integrity, and cutting-edge technology, and give outstanding customer support over the life of the system.


Heritage and Values

MTM ‘heritage values’ refers to the meanings and values that individuals or groups of people bestow on heritage (including collections, buildings, archaeological sites, landscapes and intangible expressions of culture, such as traditions). These values have been a key factor in the legitimation of heritage protection and management, although the understanding of what they are has varied over time and there are nuances between one country and another.


Corporate Sustainability

MTM Corporate sustainability is an approach aiming to create long-term stakeholder value through the implementation of a business strategy that focuses on the ethical, social, environmental, cultural, and economic dimensions of doing business. The strategies created are intended to foster longevity, transparency, and proper employee development within business organizations.


Corporate Facts

We at MTM bring our extensive financial background to every client challenge we address. Our consultants know the difference between a blue skies plan with unrealistic objectives and a well-defined plan having the financial foundation and investment commitment needed to make it work. This grounding in financial reality results in a strategic plan with a strong likelihood of success.


Inventions & Patents

MTM inventions and discoveries are waiting to be patented globally. Patents are the most generalized way for protecting the rights of inventors. A patent is an exclusive right granted by the state for the protection of an invention. The patent grants to its holder the exclusive right to use or exploit the invention and prevent third parties from using it without consent. If the holder does not wish to exploit the patent, the holder has the right to sell or grant the rights to another company to commercialize it under a license.


Corporate Social Responsibility

MTM Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is a form of international private business self-regulation which aims to contribute to societal goals of a philanthropic, activist, or charitable nature by engaging in or supporting volunteering or ethically-oriented practices.[2] While once it was possible to describe CSR as an internal organisational policy or a corporate ethic strategy,[3] that time has passed as various national and international laws have been developed and various organisations have used their authority to push it beyond individual or even industry-wide initiatives. While it has been considered a form of corporate self-regulation[4] for some time, over the last decade or so it has moved considerably from voluntary decisions at the level of individual organizations to mandatory schemes at regional, national, and international levels.



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