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International Software Product Development for World Markets in a Software Start-up

  title={International Software Product Development for World Markets in a Software Start-up},
  author={Nazmun Nahar and Timo K{\"a}k{\"o}l{\"a} and Najmul Huda and Prosenjit Singha Deo},
This study investigates software companies’ international software development approaches for world markets. It has been conducted by a) analyzing the resource-based theory and cooperation and network theories, b) reviewing the literature in the field of international software product development for world markets, c) performing a case analysis of a software startup company’s international software product development for world markets, and d) interviewing experts and practitioners in the field… 

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