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A successful strategy is one that exploits relative strengths. Taking into account customers (the demand) and competitors (the offering), the enterprise can proceed with a self-analysis to determine its strengths and weaknesses as well as its critical success factors (internal factors) and adopt the right strategy to transform such factors into a sustainable competitive advantage.
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