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Software Business in Industrial Companies: Identifying Capabilities for Three Types of Software Business

@inproceedings{Vyrynen2010SoftwareBI,
  title={Software Business in Industrial Companies: Identifying Capabilities for Three Types of Software Business},
  author={Karin V{\"a}yrynen},
  booktitle={ICIS},
  year={2010}
}
The development of organizational capabilities takes time and resources, and they are difficult to change once they have been created. Recently, also non-software companies – so-called industrial companies – have started to sell software and related services. So far it has been unclear which capabilities are needed in, and whether they differ for, different types of software business in industrial companies. The present research closes this gap and identifies 20 software business capabilities… Expand
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