Challenges and Solutions
A successful solutions business is hard to implement. Whether or not it is the right competitive approach depends on a company’s strength in the market, how well it knows its customers and to what extent it is willing to invest in the necessary capabilities and see through the required operational and organizational realignments. Most of all however, it depends on whether the company can integrate products and services in such a way that the total provides more value than the sum of its parts.
The idea of competing through solutions has been around for many years. Numerous manufacturers created solutions business units to better target vertical markets, specific customer segments or strategic accounts. The evidence on the ground of positive impact of solutions strategies on profitability, customer retention, and competitive advantage is, in fact, fairly thin.
To varying degrees, for market reasons, most companies now self-report some sort of solutions offering and though a precise definition of the concept is often elusive, in general, a solution is considered to be a bundle of products and services that in combination purports to solve a customer’s problem.
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