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From here we will take you to discussions of the 9 building blocks of a business model.
 
From here we will take you to discussions of the 9 building blocks of a business model.
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For a more general discussion of Open Access, Business models and the market for OA journals see [http://www.ub.uit.no/wiki/noap/index.php/Business_Models a general article] on the subject.
  
 
===Infrastructure===
 
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*value proposition: The products and services a business offers.  
 
*value proposition: The products and services a business offers.  
 
===Customers===
 
===Customers===
*target customer: The target audience for a business' products and services.  
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*[[target customer]]: The target audience for a business' products and services.  
*distribution channel: The means by which a company delivers products and services to customers. This includes the company's marketing and distribution strategy.  
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*[[distribution channel]]: The means by which a company delivers products and services to customers. This includes the company's marketing and distribution strategy.  
*customer relationship: The links a company establishes between itself and its different customer segments. The process of managing customer relationships is referred to as customer relationship management.  
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*customer relationship: The links a company establishes between itself and its different customer segments. The process of managing customer relationships is referred to as customer relationship management.
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===Finances===
 
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*cost structure: The monetary consequences of the means employed in the business model.  
 
*cost structure: The monetary consequences of the means employed in the business model.  
*[[revenue]]: The way a company makes money through a variety of revenue flows. A company's income.
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*[[OA_business_models|revenue]]: The way a company makes money through a variety of revenue flows. A company's income.

Latest revision as of 13:04, 16 July 2009

From here we will take you to discussions of the 9 building blocks of a business model. For a more general discussion of Open Access, Business models and the market for OA journals see a general article on the subject.

Infrastructure

  • core capabilities: The capabilities and competencies necessary to execute a company's business model.
  • partner network: The business alliances which complement other aspects of the business model.
  • value configuration: The rationale which makes a business mutually beneficial for a business and its customers.

Offering

  • value proposition: The products and services a business offers.

Customers

  • target customer: The target audience for a business' products and services.
  • distribution channel: The means by which a company delivers products and services to customers. This includes the company's marketing and distribution strategy.
  • customer relationship: The links a company establishes between itself and its different customer segments. The process of managing customer relationships is referred to as customer relationship management.

Finances

  • cost structure: The monetary consequences of the means employed in the business model.
  • revenue: The way a company makes money through a variety of revenue flows. A company's income.