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Platforms, Data and Analytics

  • Jamie Rogers
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Part of the Global Financial Markets book series (GFM)

Abstract

Platforms now play a significant role in the digital economy, with platform firms reaching the scale and dominance last seen with the huge vertical corporations of the early 1900s. Platform business models have broad implications for firms across all industries seeking to leverage information technology (IT). Digital technologies are increasingly being integrated into strategy frameworks, with platforms and platform complements providing the potential for future growth.

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  • Jamie Rogers
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  1. 1.New YorkUSA

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