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Title: Evaluation of the value creation in an innovative product using fuzzy linguistic computing
Authors: Pedro, Maria Isabel
Sarmento, M.
Silva, Marta
Keywords: Technological innovations -- Case studies
Value added
Benefit performances
Stakeholder management
Multiple criteria decision making
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: ISMASYSTEMS Scientific Research
Citation: Pedro, M. I., Sarmento, M., & Silva, M. (2015). Evaluation of the value creation in an innovative product using fuzzy linguistic computing. International Journal of Finance, Insurance and Risk Management, 5(2), 878-890.
Abstract: Innovation is a vital tool for growth, enhancing value creation and is also a competitive advantage. The aim of this research is to propose a methodology to evaluate the potential for value creation in innovation of a new product, relatively to intangible and tangible assets. For intangible assets the proposed methodology combines a multiple criteria decision-making method with an adaptation of Tai and Chen (2009) model using 2-tuple fuzzy linguistic approach. This methodology was applied to the EToll product developed by the Portuguese company Brisa Innovation and Technology. It was concluded that the benefits that most contributed to value creation are the development and entrepreneurship of national companies and a better cooperation with suppliers and partners. The EToll also allowed a significant reduction in operating costs in the company. The originality of this study is based in the challenge for business managers to assess the real impact of new products based not only on financial reports, but also in terms of intangible assets and also, how to consider the more appropriate qualitative dimensions to evaluate the performance of intangible assets resulting from innovation.
Appears in Collections:Volume 5, Issue 2, 2015

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