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  Technically, "innovation" is defined merely as "introducing something new;" there are no qualifiers of how ground-breaking or world-shattering that something needs to be-only that it needs to be better than what was there before.And that's where the trouble starts when an organization requests "innovation services" from a consulting firm. Exactly what are they really requesting? The fact is, innovation means different things to different people.

We believe that if we apply experience, hard work and advices from various other sectors Guru's we can invent new methods which will help every individual to live very peaceful and prosperous life.

We internally feel that we can combine these above 3 ingredients in such a way which will finally produce a method, which will help individual achieve everything they desire.
  The process by which an idea or invention is translated into a good or service for which people will pay, or something that results from this process.

To be called an innovation, an idea must be replicable at an economical cost and must satisfy a specific need. Innovation involves deliberate application of information, imagination, and initiative in deriving greater or different value from resources, and encompasses all processes by which new ideas are generated and converted into useful products.

In business, innovation often results from the application of a scientific or technical idea in decreasing the gap between the needs or expectations of the customers and the performance of a company's products. In a social context, innovation is equally important in devising new collaborative methods such as alliance creation, joint venturing, flexible working hours, and in creating buyers' purchasing power through methods such as layaway plans.

Innovations are divided into two broad categories:

(1) Evolutionary innovations are brought about by numerous incremental advances in technology or processes and are of two types

(a)Continuous evolutionary innovations result in an alteration in product characteristics instead of in a new product, and do not require any user-learning or changes in his or her routine. Examples are the multiblade shaving razor, fluoride toothpaste, and laptop computers. (b) Dynamic continuous evolutionary innovations require some user-learning but do not disrupts his or her routine. Examples are fax machines, instant photography, and handheld computers.

(2) Revolutionary innovations (also called discontinuous innovations) require a good deal of user-learning, often disrupt his or her routine, and may even require new behavior patterns. Examples are photocopier (xerography) machines, personal computers, and the Internet. Innovation is synonymous with risk-taking and organizations that introduce revolutionary products or technologies take on the greatest risk because they have to create new markets. A less risky innovation strategy is that of the imitator who starts with a new product (usually created by a revolutionary-innovator) having a large and growing demand. The imitator then proceeds to satisfy that demand better with a more effective approach. Examples are IBM with its PC against Apple Computer, Compaq with its cheaper PCs against IBM, and Dell with its still-cheaper clones (sold directly to the customer) against Compaq. Although many innovations are created from inventions, it is possible to innovate without inventing, and to invent without innovating.

The capacity of an entity to produce valuable change in the transition from a knowledge-based economy to an innovation economy utilizing new forms of human capital such as imagination, entrepreneurial, and relationships.

Presently our innovation experts are busy in finding the creative solution of following

1. Covering made from natural materials, for mobiles which will absorb the Radiation.

2. How to convert green house gases into natural gases or liquids, which are polluting our environment. We are aiming to invent chemical reactions to reduce the green house effect.
mixing technology with innovative healing methods...
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