With the short product life cycle, high tech firms sustain their competitive advantages mainly based on the speed of product commercialization. Interorganization technology transfer has regarded by high tech firms as the decisive way acquiring new technologies from outside of organizations in order to enhance their own knowledge base and capabilities of new product development. The purposes of the study are to integrate domestic industrial experts and scholars to construct a decision model related to inter-organizational technology transfer. In doing so, the analytic hierarchical process (AHP) and analytic network process (ANP) are used to aggregate various expert options, and then determine the weight of importance of factors and its corresponding criteria under the different assumptions. The empirical results show that criteria under independent or interdependent assumptions have consistent values in spite of various decision models used in technology transfer, namely licensing, joint venture, and cooperation R&D. The importance ratings for various criteria include technology, organization, transfer costs, transfer motivation, and culture dimension. In terms of technology dimension, the most important criteria are the degree of new technology acceptance to the employee and new technology learning ability. In terms of organization dimensions, the most important criteria are the existing technology knowledge of organization and providing employee technological training program. Based on the decision model, the empirical results implicate the decision-making related to inter-organizational technology transfer for network and communication firms.