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  • Air Canada was really the first to begin "productizing" their fares.

    The Cranky Flier

  • Two, is answering whether they have a unified view at this point, and how are the productizing THAT?

    Google's Microsoft Moment - Anil Dash

  • Forwards from internal skills productizing internal efficiencies and offering them externally … i.e. Amazon Webservices

    Tips on Innovation & Entrepreneurship From Jeff Bezos

  • A longtime champion in the free software movement, Moglen says that if government provides usable data "without platformizing it or productizing it," then people will engage "not in some Platonic way, but at the fish market, in the schools, in the places where they want to take action."

    Believable Change: A Reality Check on Online Participation

  • We have supposedly disdained the selling of the president, the productizing of politics.

    We’re hiring a manager, not a spiritual adviser « BuzzMachine

  • He says that trust is central: eBay has done a great job productizing trust by ratings sellers.

    Web 2.0: It’s made of people « BuzzMachine

  • But, I remember reading it one of the books that Bill gates†™ house walls were sort of computer screen and this surface computer seems like productizing the same giving it a commercial angle. reply trevo

    Microsoft Announces Surface Computer

  • Much of our success was driven by R&D investment and growth acceleration as a result of revamping and productizing IR's technologies and recapturing market share with Tier 1 customers.

  • So we're in the process of productizing it, not just for financials, but for some of the other verticals.

  • Open source projects like Apache Hive and Apache Pig, and startups like MapR Technologies, Hadapt, and plenty of others are productizing Hadoop for various purposes.

    Forbes.com: News

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