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Definition Disaggregation. Description.


Disaggregation is the process of breaking apart a company, alliance of companies, or any other collection of economic entities into several economic entities. This is done mostly after a review of the strengths and contributions of the constituents as a basis for maintaining an effective business web.


Disaggregation results in a division of required services between two or more firms, leaving the supply chain structure under the control of multiple firms, each managing their own billing, marketing and other essential services.


The opposite of aggregation.


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Compare with: Twelve Principles of the Network Economy (Kelly)  |  Disintermediation  |  Aggregate Demand  |  Aggregate Supply  |  Alliance Network  |  Coalition  |  Co-Creation  |  Lean Manufacturing  |  Value Chain  |  Strategic Alliance  |  Acquisition Integration Approaches  |  Joint Venture  |  Outsourcing  |  Vertical Integration  |  Synergy  |  Exit Strategy

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