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productize Line breaks: prod¦uct|ize
Pronunciation: /ˈprɒdʌktʌɪz/
(also productise)

Definition of productize in English:


[with object]
Make or develop (a service, concept, etc.) into a product: additional development will be required to productize the technology
More example sentences
  • Caldera Systems, one of the first companies formed specifically to "productize" Linux, understands the distinction.
  • Today (to use equally horrible jargon), the Digital Road requires that companies "productize" their services.
  • By the next morning, I had implemented a prototype and resolved to productize it.



Example sentences
  • However, from the time of an areal density demonstration to productization can range from 18 months to 2 years or more.
  • Testing of the sensor will be done in 2006 and 2007, after which productization can start.
  • We would prefer to work through experienced partners and fulfill a role of architecture development, productization and high-level support, rather than interfacing with each individual user directly.

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