product introduction


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the introduction (usually by an advertising campaign) of a new product or product line

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The majority of its sales are for prototypes and new product introductions.
August 2003--on the last night of the dealer product introduction, e-mails with photos, specs, and product features and benefits were sent to registered prospects.
Additionally, the solution suite was designed to leverage a manufacturer's existing paper-based product introduction processes, which facilitates adoption and improves deployment success.
The new product introduction cost for retail grocery stores averages $270 per product, per store.
Safe Harbor" Statement under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995: With the exception of historical information, the statements set forth above include forward-looking statements relating to market penetration and conditions, product capabilities and the timing of new product introductions which may affect future results and the future viability of Axesstel.
All manufacturing related jobs--approximately 80--in Amesbury will be eliminated, while the remaining 30 positions in R&D and new product introduction will be relocated to Andrew's Warren, NJ, location.
Appleby's expertise includes management of operations, including manufacturing of desktop, workstation, and notebook computers, original design manufacturing (ODM), New Product Introduction, and supply chain.
Solectron's service offerings include new product introduction, collaborative design, materials management, product manufacturing, product warranty repair and end-of-life support.
NaviSys Home Office(TM) speeds new product introduction and streamlines policy administration.
CLEVELAND -- Imalux Corporation has commenced market development and product introduction activity with their exclusive distributor Device Technologies Australia.
Solectron's FinePitch division provides prototyping and New Product Introduction solutions for emerging business with speed and flexibility to facilitate time-to-market and low volume, high mix production for small customers and launch new products into production for Solectron's existing customers.
New food product introductions decreased for the third consecutive year in 1998 -- a sharp reversal of the escalating increases prevalent during the previous three decades, according to USDA's Economic Research Service (ERS).
These include political, economic or other conditions such as currency exchange rates, inflation rates, recessionary or expansive trends, taxes and regulations and laws affecting the business; competitive products, advertising, promotional and pricing activity; the degree of acceptance of new product introductions in the marketplace; technical difficulties which may arise with new product introductions; and the difficulty of forecasting sales at certain times in certain markets.
Many factors could cause actual results to differ from these statements, including delays in product introductions, loss of market share through competition, introduction of competing products by other companies, pressures on prices from competitors and/or customers, regulatory obstacles to new product introductions, lack of acceptance of new products, changes in the healthcare market and the pharmaceutical industry, changes in distribution of the Company's products, and foreign exchange fluctuations.
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