maturity phase

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Maturity phase

A stage of company development in which earnings to grow at the rate of the general economy. Related: Three-phase DDM.

Maturity Phase

In an industry life cycle, the period of time after an industry has grown rapidly but before it begins to decline. Different analyses posit different stages of an industry life cycle (usually four to five), but all emphasize that an industry's maturity phase reduces redundant products and processes, and is usually marked by companies in the industry acquiring one another. For example, in the video cassette recording (VCR) industry, after a period of rapid growth and technological innovation, a maturity phase occurred. The VHS technology overran the Betamax technology, and different companies selling VCRs attempted to corner a greater market share for their own (identical) versions of the product. It is also called the consolidation phase.

maturity phase

see PRODUCT LIFE CYCLE.
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The relations between the Republic of China (Taiwan) and SVG have entered a mature phase, and the establishment of an SVG Embassy in Taiwan is one manifestation of that process of maturation.
Rather, it might be a sign that the eastward shift has entered a new, mature phase. Call it the GCC's "Eastward Shift 2.0." Throughout the first eastward shift, over the last few decades, GCC oil lubricated Asian growth while contributing to regional prosperity.
With the program now reaching a mature phase, I think it is safe to say we all can step back and assess where we are.
"There's no doubt that 2018 has seen the UAE real estate market enter into a mature phase, no longer characterised by the frantic buying and selling that has been its hallmark for many years," said Elaine Jones, chairman and founder of Asteco.
Looking back at developments in the machine vision world, the classic market phases can be clearly identified: the emerging phase from around 1985 to 2000, in which the market structures were established; the growth phase from around 2000 to 2015, in which market shares were distributed; and the current mature phase, in which the market is beginning to consolidate.
The mature phase is raised in cubic cages of dimensions (35, 35 and 35 cm) made of a wooden frame covered with iron mesh, the base is consisted of a movable part for easy cleaning and the front part is equipped with a wooden facade with a muslin cover to handle the insects inside the cage and provide food Mature insects were supplied with a submerged cotton in a solution of milk and sucrose (2:10), placed in a petri dish for feeding and laying eggs.
In the mature phase, poets and playwrights downplay the harsh realities of warfare and corporal punishment by portraying kings as valiant and powerful, yet also as loving and benevolent.
Barclays analyst Kannan Venkateshwar downgraded SiriusXM (SIRI) to Underweight from Equal Weight, telling investors in a research note that while the company's execution remains "exceptional," he believes the company is now in a much more mature phase of its growth cycle and the story is changing.
ELSE Corp is ready to take the next step: entering into a more mature phase, further adapting to market demands and the needs of its customers.
Each faith has an exemplary work from its mature phase. First there is a stunning 15th-century ink-and-gold Hajj certificate, which doubles as an aniconic portrayal of the Prophet Mohammed, his sandal at its foot, his shrine near the top.
''Candle Vendors' is a fine representation of Manansala's early cubist phase while ['Market Vendors'] is an exceedingly superb work from his mature phase that gained Manansala his reputation for transparent cubism,' said Ponce de Leon.
I was always a big Duran Duran fan and this was the band getting into their more mature phase.