I've observed more than once that China's software is growing faster than the US on the same track. Business development in the United States is earlier and the process is more standard, but when conducting directional exploration, it is more difficult to find an effective Product Market Fit. Who to sell to, how to get paid, how to adjust the team to match the market pace, all need to cross the river by feeling the stones. The groping phase generally takes 3-5 years. Relatively speaking, China, as a latecomer, will have fewer elements of hacking and innovation. The existence of international benchmarking products allows us to have clear and relatively mature benchmarking products for reference when planning products.
Many cloud vendors in China, including some big ones, are still learning about international product forms and copying and pasting them telemarketing list domestically. This kind of misappropriation without adjustment will inevitably lead to acclimatization. But after all, if a track is mature overseas and has a clear commercialization model, whether it is capital, market or talent, it will be able to gather and tilt faster and accelerate the development of the market and industry. As long as you can fully understand the differences in the market, take the essence and get rid of the dross, you can make good use of the late-mover advantage and achieve your goals faster. Source innovation is very attractive, but the exploration cost of blue ocean market is too high. China can directly learn from the best practices explored by European and American manufacturers for reference, and avoid many detours.