Examining New Product Financial Performance Through Marketing Intelligence Quality, Customer Interaction Capabilities and Customer-Centric Commitment on Jordan’s Micro Retail Fashions

Akif Yousef Al-Zyadat, Ayed Al-Zyadat

Abstract


The purpose of this paper is to examine and test the mediator of customer interaction capabilities in relationship with quality market intelligence (MIQ) and customer centric commitment (CCC) with the new products performance (NPP). This paper chooses 184 micro retail fashions and examines the relationship of MIQ, CCC with CIC and NPP. The findings indicate that MIQ only affects the NPP, while the CCC is not. Nonetheless, CIC actually mediate the relationship between MIQ and CCC with NPP. By examining the diverse learning literature market, CRM, NPD and entrepreneurship, this paper offers a unique analysis on the quality of market intelligence and customer centric commitment and their impact on customer interaction capability and performance of new products. Conceptual and empirical discussion results to extend previous research on market orientation culture on SMEs.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5539/ijms.v10n2p95

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