adoption curve

adoption curve

n
a curve on a graph plotting the number of people using a new product against the time from its initial release
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While the analyst does believe in the incremental growth runway within POCs alone, the trajectory from here is a bit of a question to her due not only to recent execution issues on the D2C side of the business but also potentially changing/shifting market dynamics that could drive a longer and slower adoption curve than the about 50%-plus B2B domestic growth seen over the 2016-mid-2018 timeframe.
to align with the proposed models from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), and patient and market dynamics across the adoption curve. The investments are currently anticipated at $500 million in potential new U.S.
At Stifel's transportation and logistics conference in February, project44 chief executive officer Jett McCandless said that on the technology adoption curve, visibility is in the "early majority" phase.
With CMS driving the adoption curve for new innovation, we're likely to see even more investment be distorted in ways that are designed to fit advances into the rigid, and often outdated coverage categories rather than optimize the scientific opportunity set.
But the adoption curve was nowhere near as steep in places like Texas and Alabama, where hybrids were introduced later and covered about half of corn acreage in the early 1950s.
These methodologies have seen widespread acceptance within many business organizations, but, historically, finance teams have often lagged behind in the agile/lean adoption curve. Lately, more finance teams have been examining how these approaches can improve the operation of the finance function.
That said, CTV is going through an adoption curve. All major TV programmers will be making their content available via connected devices, and that's going to mean more inventory for CTV advertisers.
Google Home's entrance and the addition of hundreds of major brands and corporations have propelled the industry up the adoption curve, heading into the "early majority." 2019 should see continued expansion as the IoT industry pushes from the smart home into smart everything.
This has led to a flattening of the IQOS adoption curve.
The McKinsey Global Institute (MGI) predicts that companies' AI technology adoption curve over time will be S-shaped.
Most of us are aware of Rogers' adoption curve for human behaviors when people are confronted by innovation or change within their environments (see Figure 1).
In prepared comments, Veritone Chairman/CEO Chad Steelberg said, "The adoption curve for AI-based solutions continues to accelerate, albeit with growth that can come in drips or surges, depending on the maturity of the market segment."
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