From On-Premise Software to Cloud Services: The Impact of Cloud Computing on Enterprise Software Vendors' Business Models

@article{Boillat2013FromOS,
  title={From On-Premise Software to Cloud Services: The Impact of Cloud Computing on Enterprise Software Vendors' Business Models},
  author={Thomas Boillat and Christine Legner},
  journal={JTAER},
  year={2013},
  volume={8},
  pages={39-58}
}
Cloud computing is an emerging paradigm that allows users to conveniently access computing resources as pay-per-use services. Whereas cloud offerings such as Amazon’s Elastic Compute Cloud and Google Apps are rapidly gaining a large user base, enterprise software’s migration towards the cloud is still in its infancy. For software vendors the move towardscloud solutions implies profound changes in their value-creation logic. Not only are they forced to deliver fully web-enabled solutions and to… CONTINUE READING
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