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Performance Of Business Models: Empirical Insights From The Software Industry

@inproceedings{Schief2012PerformanceOB,
  title={Performance Of Business Models: Empirical Insights From The Software Industry},
  author={Markus Schief and Anton Pussep and Peter Buxmann},
  booktitle={PACIS},
  year={2012}
}
This paper analyses business models of software firms. The underlying framework comprises eight variables derived from a comprehensive software industry business model conceptualisation. Using this framework, we classify the business models of the global top 100 software firms based on their annual reports. Then, we run clustering algorithms in order to identify business model patterns. Clustering allows comparing patterns within and between business model clusters on different levels of… 

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