MARKETING RESEARCH IN PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT FUNCTION
AbstractIn the long term, the planning of general business policy translates into concrete business assignments that must be realized in view of a unique business system goal. In order to define of one long–term production development program plan it is necessary to perform many complex activities generally known as product development marketing research. This article analyses the marketing role in product development with a specific overview of research and market analysis with the purpose of establishing the tendencies, demands, wishes and market needs of the business product system. The distribution of the collected data is shown along with the method for their obtainment in view of methods and market research techniques.
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