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PLATFORM BUSINESS IS NOT JUST AN OPPORTUNITY
IT'S AN IMPERATIVE !!
What we mean with a platform business is a business model that focuses
on helping to facilitate interactions across a large number of participants.
Platforms help to make resources and participants more accessible to each other on an as-needed basis.
Properly designed, they can become powerful catalysts for rich ecosystems of resources and participants.
A couple of key elements come together to support.
Platforms business are increasingly supported by global digital technology
infrastructures that help to scale participation and collaboration
but this is an enabler rather than a prerequisite for a platform.
PLATFORM BUSINESS MODEL DEFINITION:
a business model that creates value by facilitating exchanges between
two or more interdependent groups, usually consumers and producers or consumers with service provider.
In order to make these exchanges happen, platforms harness and
create large scalable networks of users and resources that can be accessed on demand.
Platforms create communities and markets with network effects that allow users to interact and transact.
Must remember that a platform is a business model not just a piece of technology.
Many people make the mistake of conflating a platform with a mobile app or a website
but a platform isn’t just a piece of software.
It’s a holistic business model that
creates value by bringing together consumers and producers
In the 21st century the supply chain is no longer the central aggregator of business value
What a company owns matters less than what it can connect.
What is difference between Linear Business Model and Platform Business Model
Please read below
Sells a product or service to a consumer
Owns one side of the transaction
Products have inherent value
Value is in assets
Facilitates a transaction between multiple parties
Owns infrastructure that facilitates transaction
Platforms add network value
Value is in network
Some fundamental long-term trends which have been transforming the business landscape
for the past few decades and still have far to go are essentially eliminating the conditions
in which push-based approaches can work.
These some forces are the deployment of digital technology infrastructures,
and the long-term public policy trend globally toward economic liberalization.
The cost of three core digital technology capabilities—computing power,
data storage, and bandwidth—relative to their performance has been decreasing
exponen-tially and at a faster rate than that of previous technological advances such as electricity and telephones.
We have now reached the point where most well-read business leaders know the language of platforms.
They can recognize them where they exist and understand the value they create
both for the platform creator and the participants.
They have also seen the tremen-dous power of the platforms that have proved most scalable.
Platform businesses are becoming increasingly integral to business value creation.
However not all platforms are created equal with some platforms having far more potential to trigger powerful forms of increasing returns that will ultimately marginalise other forms of platforms.
It’s important to understand not just the structure but the dynamics of different kinds of platforms.
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Aggregation platforms bring together a broad array of relevant resources and help users to connect with the most appropriate resources.
These platforms tend to be very transaction- or task-focused: Express a need, get a response, do the deal, and move on. Marketplace and broker platforms like amazon , Swiggy and OLA are well-known examples.
Social platforms are similar in that they also aggregate a lot of people—Facebook and Twitter are leading examples—but rather than supporting the completion of a transaction or a task, they support engagement among people with common interests. They also tend to foster networks of relationships rather than hub-and-spoke interactions—people connect with each other .
Mobilisation platforms move people to work together to accomplish something beyond the capabilities of any individual participant. They tend to foster longer-term relationships rather than focus on isolated and short-term transactions or tasks. In a business context, the most common form of these platforms brings together participants in extended business processes like supply networks or distribution operation.
Learning platforms facilitate learning by bringing participants together to share insights over time. They tend to foster deep, trust-based relationships, as participants have the opportunity to realise more potential by working together.
Platforms can be effective vehicles to create new value.
The risk is that they might also undermine the ability of individual companies to capture
their fair share of the value being created especially if they do not own the platform.
By creating far more visibility into options and facilitating the ability of participants to switch
from one resource or provider to another,
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