Capability Development of Customers: A Globally Viable Business Strategy for the Coming Age

  title={Capability Development of Customers: A Globally Viable Business Strategy for the Coming Age},
  author={Vinay Sharma and Pankaj Madan and Piyush Seth},
  journal={Int. J. Strateg. Inf. Technol. Appl.},
This paper identifies the application of capability concept Sen, 2000 as a globally viable business strategy for the coming age which can be used to expand markets into to all levels of the social stratum. 'Capability' development is proposed as a way to propel business and expand markets to all levels of the social stratum. The article describes how Information and Communication Technology will create the buying power at the bottom of the pyramid and convert this stratum into a market as well… 
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