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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Partner Programs and Complementor Assessment in Platform Ecosystems: A Multiple-Case Study

Martin Engert, Andreas Hein, and Helmut Krcmar (2020) - AMCIS 2020 Proceedings. 12 Abstract Digital platform ecosystems are an omnipresent phenomenon. Compared to traditional modes of interaction, digital platforms rely on complementary products and services that autonomous partners provide. However, adequate measures to assess the output of complementors are not…

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Implications of Emerging Financial Regulatory Reporting Frameworks for Digital Platforms Boundary Resources

Rob Jago Floetgen, Sebastian Gomm, Markus Böhm, and Helmut Krcmar (2020) - AMCIS 2020 Proceedings. 2 Abstract Regulators and banks have identified the necessity of a more holistic and harmonized approach for financial regulatory reporting than the current approach of "just" adopting new regulations to decrease the reporting burden on…

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The Role of Openness and Extension Modularization in Value Capture for Platform-Based Digital Transformation

David Soto Setzke, Markus Böhm, and Helmut Krcmar (2020) - International Conference on Business Information Systems (pp. 145-156) Abstract Digital transformation is radically changing the way companies conduct business and compete in established markets. In particular, a growing number of companies are switching from predominantly product-focused to platform-based business models.…

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Digital Platforms and Market Dominance: Insights from a Systematic Literature Review and Avenues for Future Research

Sebastian Hermes, Simon Pfab, Andreas Hein, Jörg Weking, Markus Böhm, and Helmut Krcmar (2020) - PACIS 2020 Proceedings. 42 Abstract Companies that take advantage of digital platforms have rapidly gained a dominant position in their respective markets. While research on digital platforms yielded new insights into winner-take-all markets, envelopment, openness,…

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DESIGN AND GOVERNANCE OF PLATFORM ECOSYSTEMS – KEY CONCEPTS AND ISSUES FOR FUTURE RESEARCH

Maximilian Schreieck, Manuel Wiesche, and Helmut Krcmar, (2016) - ECIS 2016 Proceedings Research Papers. 76. Abstract The purpose of this paper is to give an overview of current research in IS on the design and govern-ance of platform ecosystems. To this end, we conduct a literature review of relevant journals…

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The Negative Effects of Institutional Logic Multiplicity on Service Platforms in Intermodal Mobility Ecosystems

Thomas Schulz, Markus Böhm, Heiko Gewald, Zehra Celik, and Helmut Krcmar (2020) - Business & Information Systems Engineering: The International Journal of WIRTSCHAFTSINFORMATIK, 1-17 Abstract Digitalization is changing the mobility sector. Companies have developed entirely new mobility services, and mobility services with pre-digital roots, such as ride-sharing and public transport,…

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Breeding Grounds of Digital Platforms: Exploring the Sources of American Platform Domination, China’s Platform Self-Sufficiency, and Europe’s Platform Gap

Sebastian Hermes, Eric Clemons, Maximilian Schreieck, Simon Pfab, Maya Mitre, Markus Böhm, Manuel Wiesche, and Helmuth Krcmar (2020) - Proceedings of the 28th European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS) Abstract EU firms are largely dominated by American platforms in online consumer-facing markets as well as cloud computing services and are…

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Digital platform ecosystems

Andreas Hein, Maximilian Schreieck, Tobias Riasanow, David Soto Setzke, Manuel Wiesche, Markus Böhm, and Helmut Krcmar (2020) - Electronic Markets Abstract Digital platforms are an omnipresent phenomenon that challenges incumbents by changing how we consume and provide digital products and services. Whereas traditional firms create value within the boundaries of…

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Core, intertwined, and ecosystem-specific clusters in platform ecosystems: analyzing similarities in the digital transformation of the automotive, blockchain, financial, insurance and IIoT industry

Tobias Riasanow, Lea Jäntgen, Sebastian Hermes, Markus Böhm, and Helmut Krcmar (2020) - Electronic Markets, 1-16 Abstract Digital transformation is continuously changing ecosystems, which also forces established companies to re-evaluate their value proposition. However, only transformations of single ecosystems have been studied. Therefore, this work targets to examine the similarities…

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