American Journal of Economics and Business Administration

The New Reality of Competing: Strategic Marketing Intelligence and the Assessment of the Business Transformational Model Proposition

Nurhan Papatya and Gurcan Papatya

DOI : 10.3844/ajebasp.2011.479.489

American Journal of Economics and Business Administration

Volume 3, Issue 3

Pages 479-489

Abstract

Problem statement: The study contains "Strategic Marketing Intelligence (SMI)" contents and formation which are directed to the business’s permanent and continuous priority and the investigation of "transformational model proposition", designing bases, the thought of transformation to core competence and proposed model’s applicability and advantages. Approach: This study is handled as a qualitative assessment related to restricting content of the concepts and to theorize an explanatory hypothesis under the base of data and document analysis. Now therefore, it’s evaluated as a conceptual study connected to theorizing model. Results: SMI transformational model proposition has been assessed related to settling the telescoping system which is connected to the new reality of competition and integrated system leadership and helpful at determining their own system development and at easing the obtainment of the system leadership by presenting a reliable topographic map. Conclusion: A business’s existing in today/future, not being a follower but to be the followed one, always without losing setting sail in a free soul, handling integral system leadership are all depend on creating permanent values/being in action oriented activities. Creating permanent values/being in action oriented activities can be possible just with correct assessed/lead informatics, inclusive/completive SMI, which is reachable, correct, full in time, cross coordinative, shared.

Copyright

© 2011 Nurhan Papatya and Gurcan Papatya. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.