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How do product based companies (say, Google, Microsoft, Cisco, etc.) differ in their UX methodologies and approaches when compared to service based companies (say, Cognizant, TCS, etc.). Service based companies primarily deal with external clients as a means to serve their end vs product companies that sell softwares, design future interactive interfaces, and more.

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closed as not constructive by dnbrv, Mervin Johnsingh, JonW Mar 25 '12 at 7:43

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I think a whole book can be written about this topic. – dnbrv Mar 25 '12 at 3:54
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