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Marketing High Technology Hardcover – June 2, 1986
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Davidow's personal experience at Intel was invaluable in making compelling case studies.
Fortunately, I was very surprised to see theory applied to real life. Yes, as many have noted, some of what Mr. Davidow talks about is dated. His was the world of computer chips and hardware... not the internet. Nonetheless, his hands on experience to marketing to this reader seem as timely as ever.
If there is one lesson I've taken from "Marketing High Technology" is that "a product" is created in the marketing department. With all the thought, sweat, etc. that goes into building a device, it only becomes a product until after marketing has properly positioned it within a defined marketplace.
Equally interesting is his understanding of what marketing is supposed to do. From doing the analysis, to the positioning, to defining the buyer, his total view of marketing is certainly timely. A flashy slogan does not suffice.
His approach is also enlightening. Marketing a product for Davidow should be like a crusade... and how you engage your competition is like warfare. After all, especially in the business Davidow thrived in (Intel), the consequences of failure are high.
There are a number of insights within the book. I was especially intrigued by his 16 questions when evaluating a marketing department. After reading them, I understand why he thinks most marketing deparments fail to be what he expects.
An interesting read, especially when he discusses his experiences with Intel, I highly recommend.
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I read it 20 years ago, and I hated it. Then I lost it, and I had the nagging feeling that I might miss something. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Axel K. Kloth
I learned nearly everything I know about marketing from Bill, and his techniques really work.
I bought this copy for my daughter who is just starting her high tech... Read more
One of the problems I encounter as a high-technology product manager is in closing the chasm between engineering and marketing - while sales tends to manage their own front line... Read morePublished on February 6, 2011 by Amazon Customer
Some interesting ideas for marketing high technology but the book is from the mid-80's so it's a bit dated. Naturally, being from the 80's there is no reference to the Internet. Read morePublished on May 15, 2010 by A. Bowron
very good book. Highly recommended, especially for people interested to learn more about Marketing High Technology products.Published on December 16, 2008 by Amazon Shopper
I read this book a while back and then gave away 20 copies to my whole product management and marketing team to read. The basic concepts of "whole product" vs. Read morePublished on September 11, 2007 by C. Aras
You have to build complete products (a product is the totality of what customer buys: device, customer service, etc. Read morePublished on February 24, 2007 by Ilya Grigorik