Service infusion in manufacturing and corporate strategies in the service solutions market: driving forces and components

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Resumé

‘Servitization’ as a concept to describe and understand the move of manufacturers from offering capital goods and products to complex solutions containing many services has been around for a while in the literature (see Kowalkowski et al., 2017 for an overview). It describes how manufacturers of capital goods are increasingly reorienting their value propositions and business model from selling products alone to providing solutions that combine products with services to form customer-specific, high-value solutions. Making this move from products to solutions depends on the development of capabilities that facilitate the integration of products and services, as well as the development, selling and delivering of services (Paiola et al., 2013).
OriginalsprogDansk
TitelServices, Experiences and Innovation : Integrating and Extending Research
RedaktørerAda Scupola, Lars Fuglsang
Antal sider25
Udgivelses stedCheltenham
ForlagEdward Elgar Publishing
Publikationsdato2018
Sider182-206
Kapitel10
ISBN (Trykt)9781788114295
ISBN (Elektronisk)9781788114301
StatusUdgivet - 2018
NavnServices, economy and innovation

Citer dette

Møller, J. K. (2018). Service infusion in manufacturing and corporate strategies in the service solutions market: driving forces and components. I A. Scupola, & L. Fuglsang (red.), Services, Experiences and Innovation: Integrating and Extending Research (s. 182-206). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing. Services, economy and innovation
Møller, Jørn Kjølseth. / Service infusion in manufacturing and corporate strategies in the service solutions market : driving forces and components. Services, Experiences and Innovation: Integrating and Extending Research. red. / Ada Scupola ; Lars Fuglsang. Cheltenham : Edward Elgar Publishing, 2018. s. 182-206 (Services, economy and innovation).
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