Time-based competition is a constructed economical strategy which its focus is to compress time required to propose, develop, manufacture, market, and deliver its products. For accomplishing a sustainable competitive advantage, it emphasizes time as the main factor.
The term time-based competition was first coined by George Stalk and introduced it in a 1988 Harvard Business Review article entitled “Time-The Next Source of Competitive Advantage”, and published a follow-up book in 1990, “Competing Against Time: How Time-Based Competition Is Reshaping Global Markets”.
Here at DMSI, we emphasize on responding to customer demands in a fast and efficient manner because we value our customer’s time; this is in comparison with our other big competitors with 5 to 6 months lead time. Lead time reduction throughout the system is our top priority, from the time you place an order, manufacturing, and until you finally receiving the product. Thus, providing you a superior quality products and prompt delivery performance at a lower-competitive price.
We have cable and components in stock, ready to build finished products (e.g., panels, trunks, jumpers, MTP products, media converters).
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We focus on custom product manufacturing for fiber optic connectivity. We will engineer solutions to any customer’s specs and needs, and we create end-to-end solutions so you won’t be left in the dark. DMSI strives to provide our customers with the highest quality product above industry standards at a lower cost.
DMSI specializes in custom design solutions. We work all over the world to provide solutions from our headquarters in Venice, Florida. Our goal is to provide you with the perfect solutions, designs, and cabling.