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Title : Assessing Product Improvement and Cost Redution
Company : Tecnova
Date : 01-Jan-2012

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Product development companies understand that designs using commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) components can be cheaper and faster to implement than creating a fully proprietary product. Companies, however, are also frequently eager to take the next step toward product differentiation, increased market share, protection of intellectual property, and a unique position within their market niche.
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