Self-Service Banking: Value Creation Models and Information Exchange

@inproceedings{Purao2001SelfServiceBV,
  title={Self-Service Banking: Value Creation Models and Information Exchange},
  author={Sandeep Purao and Ragnvald Sannes},
  year={2001}
}
This paper argues that most banks have failed to exploit the potential of self-service banking because they base their service design on an incomplete business model for self-service. A framework for evaluation of self-service banking concepts is developed on the basis of Stabell and Fjeldstad’s three value configurations. The value network and the value shop are consistent with self-service banking while the value chain is inappropriate. The impact of the value configurations on information… CONTINUE READING

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