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- Accessories add a special touch to dispensary. McNelis, Kathy // Ophthalmology Times;7/15/2004, Vol. 29 Issue 14, p52
Focuses on the factors influencing the increase on the sales of various optical shops in the U.S. Rise on the demand of eyewear accessories; Level of competition; Assessment on the quality of the products.
- Use Grows as Size Shrinks. Costlow, Terry // Design News;6/28/2004, Vol. 60 Issue 9, p40
Reports on the increase of the demand of automotive microcontrollers in the U.S. Assessment on the quality of the products; Affordability on the prices of the items; Level of competitive advantage.
- Far East, but no longer so far out. // Marketing Week;9/2/2004, Vol. 27 Issue 36, p32
Reports on the increase of the demand of Japanese food products in Great Britain. Maximization on the market share of several Japanese-owned companies; Assessment on the quality of the products; Level of competitive advantage.
- CREÅžTEREA CALITÄ‚Å¢II PRIN INTERMEDIUL ANALIZEI DIAGNOSTIC. BotiŞ, Ligia Adina; Oltean, Alina // Review of Management & Economic Engineering;2011, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p183
During this period, increasing product quality is not an attribute of superiority, it is a prerequisite for survival. It happens because we live in a world of fierce competition and customers are becoming more demanding. To identify the customers' preferences regarding the products he offers any...
- Garden accents go trendy. // DSN Retailing Today;5/3/2004, Vol. 43 Issue 9, p33
Reports on the increase of the demand of colorful garden supplies in Chicago, Illinois. Assessment on the quality and design of the products; Factors influencing the rise on the sales of various retail stores; Level of competitive advantage.
- QualitÃ© et diffusion des produits. Quardighi, Fouad El; Tapiero, Charles S. // Recherche et Applications en Marketing (AFM c/o ESCP-EAP);1996, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p35
In this paper, we solve the problem of optimal control of products diffusion by quality in a context of monopolistic competition. To do so, we introduce a dynamic demand function leaning on two hypotheses: first, price acts as a signal to quality; second, demand is more sensitive to quality than...
- CONTROLLING JAKOÅšCI JAKO INSTRUMENT ZARZÄ„DZANIA PRZEDSIÄ˜BIORSTWEM. Kulikowska, Justyna // Research Papers of the Wroclaw University of Economics / Prace N;2013, Issue 291, p308
Effective quality management in companies is a condition of competitiveness on the current, very demanding market. Besides a quality of products, their low price is also required. The boards of companies have to search the savings at all costs and in all possible places of the expenses...
- Effect of Quality on the Demand and Utility. Ismagilova, Gulnara N.; Safiullin, Marat R.; Saipulaev, Ullubi A.; Safiullin, Lenar N. // Middle East Journal of Scientific Research;10/20/2013, Vol. 16 Issue 8, p1170
This paper are investigated questions of interrelation of quality and demand and are considered concepts, which limiting utility, quality and demand On the basis of revealing of interconnection between theories of welfare and markets of imperfect competition, by quality non-homogeneity of goods...
- Efficient management of production-inventory system in a multi-item manufacturing facility: MTS vs. MTO. Günalay, Yavuz // International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology;Jun2011, Vol. 54 Issue 9-12, p1179
Suppliers produce a variety of products to serve both large and small customer orders with unreliable demand information. Furthermore, suppliers also face customer pressure to improve quality, lower cost, and reduce delivery delay. These conflicting objectives lead firms to use both...