Developing Feature Sets for Geographically Diverse External End Users: A Call for Value-Based Preference Modeling

@inproceedings{Tuunanen2006DevelopingFS,
  title={Developing Feature Sets for Geographically Diverse External End Users: A Call for Value-Based Preference Modeling},
  author={Tuure Tuunanen and Ken Peffers and Charles E. Gengler and Wendy Hui and Ville Virtanen},
  year={2006}
}
ABSTRACT Here we explore the terrain of understanding the value of IT applications for diverse users across geographically diverse markets. The domain of our investigation is the development of features for applications that make use of presence and location information about the user. There is good reason to believe that such applications might create substantial value for mobile device users because the systems could use our declared availability and intentions (presence) along with our… CONTINUE READING

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