Value co-creation in a virtual smart building service enterprise for energy efficiency and economic sustainability

@article{Drgoicea2015ValueCI,
  title={Value co-creation in a virtual smart building service enterprise for energy efficiency and economic sustainability},
  author={Monica Drăgoicea and Catalin Chera and Monica Patrascu},
  journal={Environmental Engineering and Management Journal},
  year={2015},
  volume={14},
  pages={1183-1194}
}
Today, a new generation of software applications can be developed, as IT services developed by software providers can be integrated by solution developers in complex control and monitoring Smart Building Management solutions. This paper introduces the concept of Virtual Smart Building Service Enterprise (SBSE) as a novel perspective to develop an innovated services ecosystem for smart buildings. The Virtual SBSE allows different stakeholder categories to interact in order to develop, publish… 
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