Developing a decision support system for business model design

@article{Daas2013DevelopingAD,
  title={Developing a decision support system for business model design},
  author={Dave Daas and Toine Hurkmans and Sietse Overbeek and Harry Bouwman},
  journal={Electronic Markets},
  year={2013},
  volume={23},
  pages={251-265}
}
Software vendors increasingly offer web-based services (SaaS) at a subscription fee. Because they need a network of service partners to generate customer value, SaaS providers have to focus on business model (BM) design. In this study, a decision support system (DSS) is developed to help SaaS in this process, based on a design approach consisting of a design process that is guided by various design methods. The outcome of the design process is a computer-based tool that takes important BM… 

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