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Innovación Tecnológica, Sistemas Y Técnicas Utilizadas En La I+D Por Los Proveedores Directos En Cataluña De Los Fabricantes De Automóviles / Tecnological Innovation, Systems And Techniques Used In R+D By Catalonian Direct Suppliers Of Oems


  • Llorente Galera, F.

    () (Universidad de Barcelona (España))


Las empresas proveedoras de los fabricantes requieren de la innovación de productos para ofrecer productos diferenciados y de superior valor añadido. Para reducir costes y plazos en la innovación de productos han de utilizarse diversas técnicas, métodos y sistemas. Este trabajo busca conocer si las empresas hacen innovaciones tecnológicas y si utilizan determinadas técnicas que reducen el tiempo y costes de desarrollo de sus productos. Para ello se realiza una encuesta a una muestra de proveedores directos ubicados en Cataluña de los fabricantes de automóviles. La aplicación de las técnicas Homals y cluster permiten elaborar una tipología de empresas. / The direct suppliers firms of manufacturers require the products innovation to offer distinguished products and with an upper added value. Different techniques, methods and systems have to be used to reduce costs and time in the products innovation. This research wants to know if the firms do technological innovations and if they use techniques to reduce the time and costs of the development of their products. A survey is done to a sample of direct suppliers of OEMs located in Catalonia. The Homals and Cluster techniques achieve to make a typology of enterprises.

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  • Llorente Galera, F., 2009. "Innovación Tecnológica, Sistemas Y Técnicas Utilizadas En La I+D Por Los Proveedores Directos En Cataluña De Los Fabricantes De Automóviles / Tecnological Innovation, Systems And Techniques Used In R+," Investigaciones Europeas de Dirección y Economía de la Empresa (IEDEE), Academia Europea de Dirección y Economía de la Empresa (AEDEM), vol. 15(2), pages 43-62.
  • Handle: RePEc:idi:jiedee:v:15:y:2009:i:2:p:43-62

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