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1. NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT PROCESS. 1 2. CONTENT  New Product.  New Product Development & Process.  Conclusion. 2 3. New product.  A product is anything…
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  • 2. CONTENT  New Product.  New Product Development & Process.  Conclusion. 2
  • 3. New product.  A product is anything that can be offered to a market to satisfy needs and wants.  A New product is any product which is perceived by the customer as being new. New product Categories……. 1:New to the world. 2:New to the product lines. 3:Additions to the existing product line. 4:Improvements & revisions of existing products. 5:Repositioning. 6:Cost reductions. 3
  • 4. New Product development Process  New Product Development is the development of original products, product improvements, product modifications, and new brands through the firm’s own R & D efforts. This process consist of following steps. 1. Idea Generation. 2. Idea Screening. 3. Concept Development & Testing. 4. Marketing Strategy Development. 5. Business Analysis. 6. Product Development. 7. Market Testing. 8. Commercialization. 4
  • 5. 1.Idea Generation .  Idea generation is continuous, systematic search for new product opportunities.  Ideas form using creativity generating techniques and generated through firm’s Internal Sources & external Sources. 5
  • 6. 2.Idea Screening.  Filtering the ideas to pick out good ones & dropping the poor ones.  It involves a preliminary elimination process in which a large number of product ideas are screened in terms of the organization’s objectives, policies, technical feasibility, and financial viability.  Total ideas are categories into three group. They are, promising ideas, marginal ideas and rejected ideas.  In screening ideas, the companies normally face 2 serious errors & they must try to avoid these mistakes. 1. DROP ERROR 2. GO ERROR 6
  • 7. 3. Concept Development & Testing.  Here, the Product Idea is converted into product concept.  Product Ideas means Possible product that company may offer to the market.  A product concept is a detailed version of the idea stated in meaningful consumer terms  When developing product concept following criteria should be consider. Who will use the product. What primary benefit should this product provide. When will this product be consumed.  Concept Testing means presenting the product concept to target consumers, physically or symbolically, and getting their reactions.7
  • 8. 4.Marketing Strategy Development. After concept testing, for concepts that qualify a preliminary marketing strategy is created to introduce new product into market. 8
  • 9. 5.Business Analysis.  This stage will decide whether from financial as well as marketing point of view, the project is beneficial or not. In Business Analysis ,  Estimate likely selling price based upon competition and customer feedback.  Estimate sales volume based upon size of market.  Estimate profitability and break-even point.  If above are match with the company's objectives, then the new product concept moves to product development stage. 9
  • 10. 6.Product Development.  Up to now, the product has existed only as a word description, a drawing.  The company will now determine whether the product idea can translate into a technically and commercially feasible product. Produce a physical prototype Test the product Conduct focus group customer Make adjustment 10
  • 11. 7. Market Testing.  Now the product is ready to be branded with a name, logo, and packaging and go into a preliminary market testing.  Marketing Testing involves placing a product for sale in one or more selected areas and observing its actual performance under the proposed marketing plan.  Methods for market testing: 1. Sales wave research. 2. Simulated test marketing. 3. Controlled testing marketing. 4. Test markets. 11
  • 12. 8.Commercialization.  After successful market testing, new product comes to commercialisation stage.  During this stage, production of new product on a commercial basis is rapidly built up and implementing a total marketing plan.  For formally launching a New Product, the following decisions to be taken: A) When to launch (Timing) B) Where to launch (Geographic Strategy) C) To Whom (Target-Market Prospects) D) How to launch (Introductory Market Strategy) 12
  • 13. CONCLUSION.  Every year millions of rupees are being spent on R&D for new products development. Such huge investment is necessary as new products are the only means of survival of a firm.  Product development process include ; Idea Generation, Idea Screening, Concept Development & Testing, Marketing Strategy Development, Business Analysis, Product Development, Market Testing, Commercialization.  New product development provides a number of advantages to the enterprise.  To produce goods & services with best quality.  It helps in providing maximum customer satisfaction.  To replace declining product and take advantage of new technology.  To maintain/increase market share with competitive advantages.  To fill gap in the market. 13
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