Interest in business modeling of technology enterprises – the activity of designing the architecture for revenues, costs, products and/or services delivery and the overall value of an enterprise – has risen to prominence with the global crossing of the Internet chasm. However, as several studies have pointed out (c.f., Osterwalder, Pigneur & Tucci, 2005; Teece 2010; Zott & Amit, 2010), the investigations of business models and their fit with the strategy of an enterprise, have received little scholarly attention. In this article we formulate a framework, called ADVISOR, for modeling the business strategies of enterprises in the Interactive Digital Media (IDM) industry. We focus on how IDM de novo firms could use the ADVISOR framework to assess their value creation and capture potentials in their respective digital business ecosystems.
digital business models, strategy design, value analysis, business modeling, Interactive Digital Media, start ups
Communication Technology and New Media | Digital Communications and Networking | Technology and Innovation
Strategy and Organisation
International Journal of Information Technology
World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology (WASET)
SHARMA, Ravi S.; PEREIRA, Francis; RAMASUBBU, Narayan; TAN, Margaret; and TSCHANG (or F. Ted TSCHANG), Feichin Ted.
Assessing value creation and value capture in digital business ecosystems. (2010). International Journal of Information Technology. 16, (2),. Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School of Business.
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