Corporate Strategy and Systems Integration Capabilities
Managing Networks in Complex Systems Industries
Identifies two analytical categories of systems integration in multitechnology multicomponent products, namely, synchronic and diachronic. Synchronic systems integration refers to the technological capabilities required to set the product concept design, decompose it, co‐ordinate the network of suppliers, and then recompose the product within a given family. Diachronic systems integration refers to the technological capabilities to envisage and move progressively towards different and alternative paths of product architectures (i.e. new product families) to meet evolving customer requirements.
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