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Defining the Business Model in the New World of Digital Business

  title={Defining the Business Model in the New World of Digital Business},
  author={Mutaz M. Al-Debei and Ramzi El-Haddadeh and David E. Avison},
  booktitle={Americas Conference on Information Systems},
Recent rapid advances in ICTs, specifically in Internet and mobile technologies, have highlighted the rising importance of the Business Model (BM) in Information Systems (IS). Despite agreement on its importance to an organization’s success, the concept is still fuzzy and vague, and there is no consensus regarding its definition. Furthermore, understanding the BM domain by identifying its meaning, fundamental pillars, and its relevance to other business concepts is by no means complete. In this… 

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