Technology Tiers

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Resumé

A technology tier is a level in a product system: final product, system, subsystem, component, or part. As a concept, it contrasts traditional “vertical” special technologies (for example, mechanics and electronics) and focuses “horizontal” feature technologies such as product characteristics, safety, comfort, or handling. Product functionality is in focus rather than product specifications. Suppliers take care of technical specialization, whereas further development of product functions takes place within the OEM.
A technology tier is a level in a product system: final product, system, subsystem, component, or part. As a concept, it contrasts traditional “vertical” special technologies (for example, mechanics and electronics) and focuses “horizontal” feature technologies such as product characteristics, safety, comfort, or handling. Product functionality is in focus rather than product specifications. Suppliers take care of technical specialization, whereas further development of product functions takes place within the OEM.
SprogEngelsk
TitelWiley Encyclopedia of Management
RedaktørerCary L. Cooper
Vol/bind10
Udgivelses stedChichester
ForlagWiley
Dato22 jan. 2015
Udgave3.
ISBN (Trykt)9781119972518
ISBN (Elektronisk)9781118785317
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 22 jan. 2015

Bibliografisk note

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Emneord

  • Horizontal technologies
  • Vertical technologies
  • Specialization
  • Product function

Citer dette

Karlsson, C. (2015). Technology Tiers. I C. L. Cooper (red.), Wiley Encyclopedia of Management (3. udg., Bind 10). Chichester: Wiley. DOI: 10.1002/9781118785317.weom100047
Karlsson, Christer. / Technology Tiers. Wiley Encyclopedia of Management. red. / Cary L. Cooper. Bind 10 3.udg. Chichester : Wiley, 2015.
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