Explanation: Variant adjustment

The term "variant adjustment" usually refers to the process of simplifying or optimizing variants in a system, product or process. Variants can represent different versions or designs of something, such as different product models, software versions or system configurations.

Variant adjustment aims to reduce the number of variants in order to achieve efficiency, cost savings and better manageability. This can include different aspects: the consolidation of product variants, the standardization of components or features, the simplification of product lines or the optimization of processes to enable more efficient production or provision.

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