Service Oriented Business Models for Enterprise Resource Planning
Service systems challenge traditional on-premise installations and create opportunities for new business models in the ERP market. In a paper to be presented at BIS2010, me and Håkan Enquist from the Center of Enterprise Systems at Gothenburg School of Business, present six case studies. The case studies are analyzed to identify attributes and patterns of service oriented business models for Enterprise Resource Planning. Two patterns of service oriented business models for ERP are identified: holistic and niche. In addition to analyze business model patterns, we suggest extensions to the Business Model Ontology (Osterwalder) to broaden understanding of service oriented business models for ERP.
The paper is titled: Value Propositions in Service Oriented Business Models for ERP: Case Studies
Gustaf Juell-Skielse received a M.Sc. in Industrial Engineering in 1989 and a Licentiate of Technology in Computer and Systems Sciences in 2006. He holds a position as lecturer and researcher at Stockholm University. He has published work on enterprise resource planning, e-Government and higher education in enterprise systems. His research is concentrated on the effective use of enterprise systems and services. He has been a member of several national projects on enterprise systems and e-government.
In parallel with pursuing a research career Gustaf has established the bachelor programme in Enterprise Systems at KTH as well as the new bachelor programme in Enterprise Systems and Service Design at Stockholm University. He has also compiled a text book on enterprise resource planning and service oriented architecture at Pearson.
Gustaf is a member of the program committee for the Mobile Life Conferences and the Workshop on Enterprise Systems in Higher Education. He is also a member of of the Advisory Council of Microsoft Dynamics Academic Alliance.
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