Originally published June, 2013
One of the most pressing issues for companies big and small, in every industry, is the need to stay relevant in their markets. Innovation is rightly seen as the chief way to achieve this goal. It is also widely acknowledged that innovation cannot be the only province of internal R&D efforts. Instead, innovative technology can come from a variety of sources outside the company.
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