Invisible Engines: How Software Platforms Drive Innovation and Transform Industries
by D. Evans, A. Hagiu, R. Schmalensee
Publisher: The MIT Press 2008
Number of pages: 409
Software platforms are the invisible engines that have created, touched, or transformed nearly every major industry for the past quarter century. This book examines the business dynamics and strategies used by firms that recognize the transformative power unleashed by this new revolution - a revolution that will change both new and old industries.
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