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Competitive Priorities
Marten van der Zee, Analyst, Netherlands, Member
Competitive priorities are critical, more operational, dimensions a process, company or an entire supply chain must posses to satisfy customers now and in the future and build market share. Any business should choose a maximum of maybe 1 - 3 such priorities and keep focusing on them. Typical examples of competitive priorities are: 1. Low cost operations 2. Top quality (delivering an outstanding service or product) 3. Consistent quality (producing on a consistent basis) 4: Delivery speed (quickly filling a customers order) 5: On time delivery (meeting delivery-time promises) 6: Development speed (quickly introduce new products) 7: Customization (satisfying unique needs of customer) 8: Variety (wide assortment of products) 9: Volume flexibility (handle changes in demand). See also . (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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