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The Ability to Assimilate Technology as a Source of Competitive Advantage of Financial Companies in Poland

Glabiszewski Waldemar, Zastempowski Maciej

Keywords:
absorptive capacity, technology transfer, competitive advantage, abilities

Abstract
This article is empirical in nature and attempts to assess the impact of ability to assimilate newly acquired technologies by financial companies operating in Poland gaining market competitive advantages. The outcome of the research conducted proved the existence of this relationship and found it be strong. This means that the development of these abilities within the absorptive potential of financial companies should trigger a significant increase in the market competitive advantages held by them. The strong impact was identified both in the total of the analyzed personnel and general-organizational components of the assimilation abilities. As regards elementary components of the analyzed potential, the obtained results are definitely more diverse.

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10.7441/joc.2016.04.04


Glabiszewski W., Zastempowski, M. (2016) The Ability to Assimilate Technology as a Source of Competitive Advantage of Financial Companies in Poland. Journal of Competitiveness, 8 (4), 61-71 http://doi.org/10.7441/joc.2016.04.04 
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