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High-end disruptive technologies with an inferior performance

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The has previously stated that those innovations often emerge in low-end segments or in new markets and as the performance improves it eventually displaces the old technology. This article aims to explain how and why a technology may prosper in or mainstream markets despite its performance and does so through three in-depth case studies. The findings suggest that those technologies may compensate the by simplifying and removing work for customers. For instance, digital imaging emerged in high-end segments since these customers were willing to trade-off the image quality in order to remove the usage of film. Based upon these results, the paper concludes that the needs to maintain a more nuanced view of value and how it is created and distributed inside the customer’s organisation.
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