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Service Business Model Innovation: the digital twin technology

last modified Feb 13, 2019 10:49 AM
January Paper in the CDBB Publication Series paper by Veronica Martinez and Andy Neely, Audrey Ouyang, University of Cambridge, Caroline Burstall, Caterpillar and Dav Bisessar, International Business Machines Corporation

This month's paper is a conference paper which was presented at the European Operations Management Association (EurOMA) Conference held in Hungary, Budapest on 24-26 June 2018. It is published with permission in the CDBB publication series.

The abstract from the paper is below.

Abstract
This study is set up to investigate the effect of Digital Twins on service business model innovation. In other words, what effect do digital twins bring to existing service business models? A two-phases exploratory research was set up to understand this research enquiry. Phase One focused on the overall understanding of how DT are set, implemented and used. 37 interviewees across three large industrial engineering firms, in addition to two DT platforms architects. Phase Two focused on the study of the context of the use and effect on the firms’ service business models on three pairs of cases. Our research shows four generic types of service business models founded on the DT platform and their trajectories.

Full paper: CDBB_CP_007

DOI referencehttps://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.35482

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