Definition of commoditize in English:

commoditize

Line breaks: com|mod¦it|ize
Pronunciation: /kəˈmɒdɪtʌɪz
 
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(also commoditise)

verb

Another term for commodify.
More example sentences
  • I agree that auditing has been commoditized.
  • How do we best streamline the process of retraining for the new tasks as the old ones become commoditized?
  • He argues that information technology will follow the paths of earlier technological inventions such as railways and electricity and become commoditised, and thus lose its value.

Derivatives

commoditization

noun
More example sentences
  • The nation's biggest electricity marketer in many respects led the energy industry, and America, into deregulation, globalization, and the commoditization of essential products.
  • The driver that we have is that innovation is the only way out of a strong commoditisation of a business.
  • Being able to set standards independently of vendor control means a faster path to commoditisation and hence to lower cost alternatives that the whole local market can use, not just the rich.

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