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Toward a Theory of Technology Marketing: Review and Suggestions For Future Research - Abstract

Authors

Jakki J. Mohr (jakki.mohr@business.umt.edu), University of Montana
Sanjit Sengupta (
sengupta@sfsu.edu), San Francisco State University
Stanley Slater (
stan.slater@business.colostate.edu), Colorado State University

Abstract

Marketing of high-technology products as a sub-specialty in the marketing area appeared in the early-to-mid 1980s with the arrival of a few books and articles dedicated to the topic. The early focus was on how marketing could be used to enhance the success rates of products introduced into an environment characterized by significant high rates of obsolescence, customer uncertainty, technological turbulence, competitive volatility, and a rapid velocity of change. The field continued to attract additional development, and by the late 1990s, developments in the field of marketing of technology and innovation have resulted in a vibrant body of knowledge. This chapter will review the research in the area of technology marketing to identify approaches used and key insights to date, as well as to identify opportunities for additional research in the area.

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