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The Future of Servitization: Technologies that will make a difference

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This Executive Briefing provides an invaluable guide to the technologies that are likely to play a pivotal role in the future of servitization.
The Future of Servitization: Technologies that will make a difference

The Future of Servitization Briefing

The Future of Servitization: Technologies that will make a difference
Veit Dinges, Florian Urmetzer, Veronica Martinez, Mohamed Zaki and Andy Neely

This Executive Briefing provides an invaluable guide to the technologies that are likely to play a pivotal role in the future of servitization. In doing so it offers integrated product-service providers some insights into how they can maintain or gain competitive advantage in their markets.

The research related in this briefing also identifies the broad technological themes that underpin the development of servitization today, as well as providing a glimpse into the future, by detailing the key technologies for the future of servitization, as identified by practitioner and academic experts.

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