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Technology is Widening The Gap in the Competition

Firms that are more productive, profitable, and more innovative are considered “super firms” and are succeeding in large part due to information technology. Is it because larger companies can afford the extra costs that come with better technology? Or because they have the size to avoid their competition altogether? These organizations aren’t succeeding because of IT per se, but because they effectively combine it with other intangibles, like good management, well-known brands, or intellectual property.

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