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Because of the rapidly decreasing time, resources and costs involved, it’s now a given that any app can be built. Pure technical execution is no longer the difference-maker for companies that it once was. Of course, bad engineering can sink any business, but great engineering alone isn’t enough to win anymore — think about highly technically gifted companies like Color, for which engineering capabilities didn’t result in a win. Building faster than the competition is now often a difference of weeks, not years. Building cheaper than the competition is now often a rounding error. When multiple companies can solve the same customer problem in the same amount of time for the same cost, factors other than product and engineering execution will determine who wins.
So what are these new success factors? I’ve seen three important ones emerge: Distribution, Design and Business Model.

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This is about the triumph of machines and software over gut instinct. 

The age of voodoo is over. The era of talking about something as a "dark art" is done. In a world with big computers and big data, there are no dark arts.

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