Definitions and Classifications

 

Management of Technology Transfer we talked in our last post. Different industries are using different software for their day to day need. Insurance CRM Software and Insurance SFA software are available in markets. Insurance Agency management Software is also available in the market. Use of technology helps business to do their business in better way. We talk today definitions and classifications of Technology Transfer.

Differing views of technology see it as a commodity, as knowledge, or as a socioeconomic process. The classical economic view of technology as a commodity holds that technology can be reproduced without cost and transmitted from one agent to another. In this view, technology transfer is as simple as making a photocopy of design documents or obtaining a working artifact. But this view of technology has been supplanted by the view of technology as knowledge. This knowledge is brought about both through research and innovation (moving ideas from invention to new products, processes and services in practical use), and through a complex and often costly process involving learning from others.

Many have concluded that technology transfer is most complex process of learning “It is not unreasonable to say that a transfer is not achieved until the transfer understands and can utilize the technology”. A test of this criterion would be the ability of the transferee to choose and adapt the technology to the local socioeconomic environment and raw materials, and to sell to someone else the original technology with improvements.

ref: insurance agency management software, insurance crm software

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