an artifact that has been created by someone or some process; "they improve their product every year"; "they export most of their agricultural production"
the set of elements common to two or more sets; "the set of red hats is the intersection of the set of hats and the set of red things"
a completed thing in the hands of a satisfied buyer that has fully exchanged for it
a good, service, or idea consisting of a bundle of tangible and intangible attributes that satisfies consumers and is received in exchange for money or some other unit of value
an artifact of a truth of a promise
a tangible thing that the customer takes responsibility for understanding, implementing, and exploiting
a thing that you pay for once
A bundle of attributes or features, functions, benefits and uses capable of exchange, usually in tangible or intangible forms. The library's products include materials to use, questions answered, storyhours, online searching, etc.
generally a physical item being supplied, but can also mean or include services and intangibles, in which case product is used to mean the whole package being supplied.
is anything EPRI sells, specifically, goods and services that provide a solution to a problem or issue. Products can be either intangible (e.g., Programs, Project Sets, Projects, Services or User Groups) or tangible (e.g., Hardware, Software, Reports, Peer-Reviewed Literature, etc.).
Products are goods and services offered to buyers with the intent of providing value. Note that Products include goods and services, both of which must provide value to be successful. From a customer point of view, a Product is not just the tangible, but encompasses the entire buying and owning experience. From a business perspective, the Product includes the profit and loss associated with its development and sale.
A tangible artifact produced by means of either human or mechanical work, or by biological or chemical processes.
Any tangible output produced by, or for, a project. A product may be a physical item, an item of software, an intellectual creation, a service or documentation. A product may itself be a collection of other (sub-)products. The overall deliverable of a project is termed the end-product. If a product is to be delivered as part of the contractual obligations of the project, then it is also a 'deliverable'.
Product: The manifestation of the value you create for your customer. The "thing" they pay you for. Sometimes it is a physical thing like cable, screws, or disks and sometimes it is an intangible things such as advice. Mission Mission: Your chosen approach over the next 3-5 years to fulfill your vision. It is an affirmation of: Who we want to be What we want to do Who we want to do it for, and Why we do it.
The result of activities or processes. A product can be tangible or intangible, or a combination of both.
a good, service, person, or idea consisting of a bundle of tangible and intangible benefits that satisfies consumers' needs and wants.
tangible product that is the result of at least one activity performed at the interface between the supplier and customer.
The output from a Process in tangible or intangible form. Examples include the Project Brief as an output from the planning phase s, or the complete facility as an output from the producing phase Editor's Note: Also called Deliverable or End Item, which see. [D01288] CCCP Software that is the result of development, and some of the associated artifact documentation, release medium, training). [D04747] RUP
A product is the tangible result of any process or work group. This includes, but is not limited to, shrink-wrapped or other software products, software components, support services, and task force deliverables.
A physical artifact that is produced by the project. Products are produced primarily using goods and materials.
The artifacts of development, such as models, code, documentation, work plans.
in this document, a product is a tangible representation of the culture. It can include big "C" items such as plays, music, architecture, or little "c" items such as food, artifacts, dresses, games, and songs.
The â€˜Productâ€™ represents whatever it is that the project needs to achieve on its completion. This can be anything from a physical item(s) to intangible things such as cultural change.
Everything, both favourable and unfavourable, tangible and intangible, received in an exchange of an idea, service or good. p. 249
A tangible good that is produced for a customer. A result of a completed process. The product may be a physical item or the result of a group process such as a decision or a plan.
Term used to describe all goods and services sold. Products are bundles of attributes (features, functions, benefits and uses) and can be either tangible as in the case of physical goods, or intangibles such as those associated with service benefits or a combination of the two.
In marketing, a product is anything that can be offered to a market that might satisfy a want or need. It is of two types: Tangible (physical) or Intangible (non-physical). Since services have been at the forefront of all modern marketing strategies, some intangibility has become essential part of marketing offers.