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Research on interorganisational relationships is highly fragmented. It can be found in, for example, sociology, economics, anthropology, psychology, marketing, organisational behaviour, strategic management, and entrepreneurship. It is unsurprising that the terminology and units of analysis vary notably, as does the theoretical basis of the research. The(More)
Traditionally software companies create solutions independently. The present orientation is changing towards more collaborative and open one also on software business branch. Maturity of the ICT market enables and also enforces the orientation from technology to content and/or services. Customer’s role is changing rapidly, and technological infrastructures(More)
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