A Microservice-Based Reference Architecture for Digital Platforms in the Proteomics Domain

Marwin Shraideh, Patroklos Samaras, Maximilian Schreieck, Helmut Krcmar (2021) - DESRIST 2021 Abstract Proteomics holds huge innovations for healthcare such as personalized medicine to tremendously increase people’s health. Due to its rapid growth, its multidimensional data sets and the related need for the latest technologies and huge computing capacities, a…

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Platform Roles in a Multi-Platform Strategy: Insights from Google

Moritz Klimmek, Sebastian Hermes, Maximilian Schreieck, and Helmut Krcmar (2021) - PACIS 2021 Proceedings Abstract Single digital platform ecosystems have long been the focus of information systems (IS) research. However, corresponding theories do not explain how organizations operating multiple digital platforms function. We propose a conceptual model of a multi-platform…

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Entstehung nativer, digitaler Plattformen und ihr Einfluss auf etablierte Unternehmen

Andreas Hein, Maximilian Schreieck, and Helmut Krcmar (2021) - Wirtschaftsinformatik & Management (13), 110-119 Abstract Unternehmen, die ihr Geschäftsmodell auf einer digitalen Plattform aufbauen, wie beispielsweise Uber oder Airbnb, gewinnen zunehmend an Bedeutung. Im Gegensatz zu etablierten Unternehmen, die Produkte und Dienstleistungen mithilfe interner Ressourcen anbieten, greifen digitale Plattformen auf…

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Knowledge Sharing in Digital Platform Ecosystems – A Textual Analysis of SAP’s Developer Community

Martin Kauschinger, Maximilian Schreieck, Markus Böhm, and Helmut Krcmar (2021) - 16th International Conference on Wirtschaftsinformatik, Essen, Germany Abstract Research on digital platform ecosystems is growing rapidly. While the relevance of third-party applications is commonly known, scholars have made only minor attempts to analyze knowledge sharing between platform owners and…

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Computing and Social Welfare: Minimizing the Societal Harm From Digital Transformation While Preserving the Benefits of Innovation

Eric K. Clemons, Ravi Waran, Victoria Li, Sebastian Hermes, and Maximilian Schreieck (2020) - 54th Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences Abstract Social Welfare Computing is an emerging discipline that seeks to direct technology to cause minimum social disruption, and in particular seeks to minimize the harm caused directly by…

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Moving beyond the Build-or-Join Decision: A Multiple Case Study on Multi-Platform Strategies of Incumbent Firms

Sebastian Hermes, Rebekka Guhl, Maximilian Schreieck, Jörg Weking, and Helmut Krcmar (2020) - 54th Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences Abstract Companies that operate digital platforms are growing rapidly. Theoretical and empirical research has largely explored digital platforms in the context of digital-native companies. Only a small set of research…

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Who Quits Privacy-Invasive Online Platform Operators? A Segmentation Study with Implications for the Privacy Paradox

Sebastian Hermes, Anela Sutanrikulu, Maximilian Schreieck, and Helmut Krcmar (2020) - 54th Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences Abstract Although individuals are concerned about their privacy, it is increasingly difficult to withdraw from privacy-invasive platform operators and keep activities private. IS research has identified the privacy paradox as a phenomenon…

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From Product to Platform: How can BMW compete with Platform Giants?

Niklas Weiss, Maximilian Schreieck, Manuel Wiesche, and Helmut Krcmar (2020) - Journal of Information Technology Teaching Cases Abstract Today, it is natural for digital services to be available anytime, anywhere. Thanks to digital platforms, we can connect with our intelligent assistants, stream movies on our networked televisions, and wirelessly control…

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The digital transformation of the healthcare industry: exploring the rise of emerging platform ecosystems and their influence on the role of patients

Sebastian Hermes, Tobias Riasanow, Eric K. Clemons, Markus Böhm, and Helmut Krcmar (2020) - Business Research, 1-37 Abstract While traditional organizations create value within the boundaries of their firm or supply chain, digital platforms leverage and orchestrate a platform-mediated ecosystem to create and co-create value with a much wider array…

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Learning to be a Platform Owner: How BMW Enhances App Development for Cars

Niklas Weiss, Manuel Wiesche, Maximilian Schreieck, and Helmut Krcmar (2020) - IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management Abstract Platform owners face multiple challenges such as onboarding and orchestrating app developers as well as providing resources to enable the development of complementary apps. Information systems research considers digital platform governance as key…

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