Time-based Competition


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Time-based Competition - short version

The belief that the originator or first producer/vendor of a product has a significant market advantage over other companies. See also "Time to Market" A bi-product of this "race to market" is that competing companies must adapt their organizations in ways to minimize the time it takes to develop a product to exploit the "First on the scene" advantage.



 



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