What is Disruptive Technology?

Disruptive Technology is a term popularized by Harvard Business School professor Clayton Christensen in his book The Innovator’s Dilemma. Christensen believes that the main reason that successful and apparently well-run and well established organizations lose market share, and sometimes go out of business, is that they fail to recognize the distinction between sustaining and disruptive technologies.

What is the Economic Impact of Disruptive Technologies?

The estimated potential economic impact of the disruptive technologies has a range of impact from low to high, depending upon the relative size of the industry and is segmented into several categories. While some vendors play in a particular category, we either focus on a “total solution” that’s laser focused on the industry as a whole and will have cause-and-affect that ripples through this whole market. These companies will redefine not just the landscape but how the competition reacts since their technologies will be lagging so far behind it will cause a disruptive shift they just cannot ignore.

At first, the these solution will gain the quick attention of high-end customers which is where we are focused and set the bar for the market. Revolutionizing the key market indicators, efficiencies and economics will grab significant attention.

What is the Environmental Impact of Disruptive Technologies?

Being environmentally responsible in today’s age is top of mind and the sustainability of the product, solution or service is fundamental in retaining the viability of the company as it grows.