PRODUCT CONFIGURATION CAPABILITY FOR IMPROVING MARKETING PERFORMANCE OF SMALL AND MEDIUM METAL INDUSTRY IN CENTRAL JAVA - INDONESIA

Authors

  • Ahmad Hanfan Faculty of Economics and Business, Pancasakti University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.9744/jmk.23.2.138-147

Keywords:

Dynamic capability, marketing mixture, product configuration capability, ability to respond to costumers, market competence

Abstract

This study explored and examined the role of product configuration capabilities to improve marketing performance. Product configuration capability represented the company's capability to configure products with visibility/clarity of product origin, products that were different from competitors and products that were difficult to imitate. This capability indicated that the products produced by the company were more efficient and quality than that of others. The results found that product configuration capabilities could improve product success, growth in product marketing reach and market share product. This study was expected to provided a contri­bution to both theoretical and practical knowledge of strategic management. Business players had focussed on developing dynamic capabilities to address the constantly changing business environment.

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2021-09-24