distinctive capabilities

distinctive capabilities

the particular skills and attributes possessed by a firm which form the basis of sustainable COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGES over rival suppliers. Strategists emphasize three key competencies: innovative ability - the capability to bring out a succession of ‘leading edge’ new technologies and products; reputation/image - the accumulated qualities that make a firm ‘stand out from the crowd’; architecture- the ‘networking’ of input suppliers and customers through the cultivation of close and mutually beneficial dealings See CORE SKILL or COMPETENCY, RESOURCE BASED THEORY OF THE FIRM, VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS.
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The ability of the Air Force to provide focused air and space power comes from the appropriate fusion of the six distinctive capabilities and is influenced by the core competencies.
The long-standing relationships with marquee customers, many spanning over two decades, are a consequence of a sharp focus on identified verticals including, travel, banking and insurance and distinctive capabilities developed.
Rajendra Pawar, Chairman, NIIT Technologies, said: "The long-standing relationships with marquee customers, many spanning over two decades, are a consequence of a sharp focus on identified verticals including, travel, banking and insurance and distinctive capabilities developed.
Saipem provides a full range of services with "EPC" and "EPCI" contracts (on a "turn-key" basis) and has distinctive capabilities and unique assets with a high technological content, said the top official.

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