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Business Models

  • Daniel Veit

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  • Eric Clemons
  • Alexander Benlian
  • Peter Buxmann
  • Thomas Hess
  • Dennis Kundisch
  • Jan Leimeister
  • Peter Loos
  • Martin Spann

The business model concept, although a relatively new topic for research, has garnered growing attention over the past decade. Whilst it has been robustly defined, the concept has so far attracted very little substantive research. In the context of the wide-spread digitization of businesses and society at large, the logic inherent in a business model has become critical for business success and, hence, a focus for academic inquiry. The business model concept is identified as the missing link between business strategy, processes, and Information Technology (IT). The authors argue that the BISE community offers distinct and unique competencies (e.g., translating business strategies into IT systems, managing business and IT processes, etc.) that can be harnessed for significant research contributions to this field. Within this research gap three distinct streams are delineated, namely, business models in IT industries, IT enabled or digital business models, and IT support for developing and managing business models. For these streams, the current state of the art, suggest critical research questions, and suitable research methodologies are outlined. Copyright Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden 2014

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Volume (Year): 6 (2014)
Issue (Month): 1 (February)
Pages: 45-53

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