Understanding the influence of absorptive capacity and ambidexterity on the process of business model change – the case of on‐premise and cloud‐computing software

@article{Kranz2016UnderstandingTI,
  title={Understanding the influence of absorptive capacity and ambidexterity on the process of business model change – the case of on‐premise and cloud‐computing software},
  author={Johann Kranz and Andr{\'e} Hanelt and L. Kolbe},
  journal={Information Systems Journal},
  year={2016},
  volume={26},
  pages={477 - 517}
}
The increasing popularity of Software as a Service has strongly affected the established business model of on‐premise enterprise software. Software as a Service has distinctive characteristics of disruptive innovations that typically create several difficulties for incumbent firms, in particular with regard to adapting business models. To date, however, little empirical understanding exists regarding the dynamics of business model change – a topic of special importance to the highly dynamic… Expand
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