commodification

(redirected from Commoditisation)
Also found in: Dictionary.
Related to Commoditisation: Commoditize

commodification

the process by which goods and services are increasingly produced for the market. Compare SUBSISTENCE ECONOMY.
References in periodicals archive ?
Commoditisation is like a slow-tightening noose that tightens around a CEO's neck over the course of time.
Another way storage devices have tried fighting commoditisation is by offering additional cloud storage space to gain an edge over the competition except for the fact that offering cloud storage space is remarkably easy and in a country like ours where making use of cloud storage is a bane thanks to our ailing internet infrastructure, this offering isn't exactly a value addition.
Commoditisation of the imaging product market has led us to this juncture and, while imaging still forms an integral part of our business, we must look to MDS-based services for the lion s share of our future growth.
Reader Panel: IGD Leading Edge Members AN ERA OF GROWING COMMODITISATION DON'T YES NO KNOW 1 Are consumers' priorities on price versus brand changing?
ODP market perspective, from early adoption, to mass market and commoditisation
How is ODP technology moving towards commoditisation and what are the forthcoming opportunities and high-value areas?
New alternative fuels, political pressure and the continuing commoditisation of the car will also drive change in retailing.
Conference programme organiser Pete Keevill commented: "This is a tough subject, but many in the industry are beginning to recognise that commoditisation of their basestation products is a real issue that they will have to deal with very soon.