Software business : A short history and trends for the future

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Yrjönkoski , K , Jaakkola , H , Systä , K , Mikkonen , T & Henno , J 2019 , Software business : A short history and trends for the future . in Proceedings of the Eighth Workshop on Software Quality Analysis, Monitoring, Improvement, and Applications . vol. 2508 , Eighth Workshop on Software Quality Analysis, Monitoring, Improvement, and Applications , Ohrid , Macedonia, The Former Yugoslav Republic of , 22/09/2019 . < http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-2508/ >

Title: Software business : A short history and trends for the future
Author: Yrjönkoski, Katariina; Jaakkola, H.; Systä, K.; Mikkonen, Tommi; Henno, J.
Contributor: University of Helsinki, Department of Computer Science
Date: 2019
Language: eng
Number of pages: 18
Belongs to series: Proceedings of the Eighth Workshop on Software Quality Analysis, Monitoring, Improvement, and Applications
ISBN: 9788670314764
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10138/313280
Abstract: During its 70 years of existence, the software business has been following an evolution curve that can be considered typical for several fields of industrial businesses. Technological breakthroughs and innovations are typically seen as enablers for business evolution in the domain of technology and innovation management. Software, data collection, and data analysis represent a greater and greater part of the value of products and services, and today, their role is also becoming essential in more traditional fields. This, however, requires business and technology competences that traditional industries do not have. The transformation also enables new ways of doing business and opens the field for new kinds of players. Together, all this leads to transformation and new possibilities for the software industry. In this paper we study the overall trajectory of the software business, and then offer some viewpoints on the change in different elements of business models. Copyright © by the paper's authors. Copying permitted only for private and academic purposes.
Subject: Computer software selection and evaluation
Data acquisition
Quality control
Business models
Evolution curve
Products and services
Software business
Software industry
Technological breakthroughs
Technology competences
Traditional industry
Application programs
113 Computer and information sciences
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