e_strategy value

Introduction to Network Economics

This presentation discusses network effect and their use in e-business strategy – create competitive differentiation and barriers to entry. How to create switching cost for customers? what are the key concepts in network economics and lock-in? how to calculate switching costs? what are the different types of lock-ins and some examples of business lock-in? (19 Slides)

Digital Self

<span style="font-size: 13px;">This white paper discusses that CSPs that want to take advantage of the paradigm shift from a&nbsp;<span style="font-family: Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif;">closed world of telecommunications networks to the open internet environment, need to provide a more personalized communications experience. In order to benefit from the emerging revenue streams&nbsp;</span><span style="font-family: Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif;">this shift creates, CSPs need to transform into customer-centric businesses the key to which is the understanding of customers&rsquo; preferences, behaviors, wishes and needs &ndash; in short their Digital Self.</span></span>

Electronic Business Value Framework (EBV)

This primer introduces electronic business value framework (EBV) which helps an organization identify, select and fund e-commerce opportunities based upon their potential for business value creation.

Digital Content Revenue Strategies

This paper analyzes the early efforts of magazine publishers that actively provided online content. This research specifically focused on the relationship between the pursuit of various revenue streams and the impact of these streams on firm performance.

Selling on the Web

This presentation discusses digital revenue models and building a web presence.

e_Business Management Models

This paper discusses e_Business models – identify key e-commerce business drivers and document e_business management models utilized in industry.

Business Use of Web 2.0

&#160;The paper examines the business use of web 2.0 – what is web 2.0 and what makes it different from both business and technological perspectives? What is the value proposition of web 2.0 and how businesses can best leverage it?

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