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Proceedings of the European Workshop on Software Ecosystems 2018
At the seventh European Workshop on Software Ecosystems, the research on software ecosystems and platforms proved to be advancing very well.
Goal of this workshop is to:
1.bring together the software ecosystem and platform ecosystem research community from all over Europe and
2. share, present and discuss their latest research with business software industry experts.
Researchers and Presenters:
New Ecosystem Opportunities & 'White space' Opportunities in Software and High-Tech
Data Economy, Platforms and Privacy Peter Buxmann (TU-Darmstadt)
New Cloud-Based Ecosystem Opportunities for Digital Business Thomas Curran
Uberization of field service Sebastien Dupre (SAP SE)
Panel on Network Effects, Data Effects & AI - Keys to the castle John Rethans (Apigee/Google)
Ecosystem Driven Development Slinger Jansen (University of Utrecht)
Design patterns for business success for software platforms and ecosystems Ralf Meyer (Synomic)
Thomas Aidan Curran
Karl Michael Popp
Dr. Karl Michael Popp is senior director of mergers and acquisitions in the corporate development team at SAP SE, one of the largest software companies in the world, responsible for holistic analysis of acquisition opportunities and post merger integration.
He is a speaker, author and expert on successful business models for software vendors, such as open source business models and the corresponding revenue models, in the cloud, on mobile devices or for the internet of things.
He published several books on this topic, a highly referenced article in IEEE Software on Software business models and is the editor of a special edition of IEEE Software on "Managing Software Platforms and Ecosystems" together with Michael Cusumano from MIT and with Slinger Jansen from Utrecht University. He frequently blogs, too: https://www.drkarlpopp.com/karl-michael-popps-blog .
He runs the European Workshop on Software Ecosystems and in 2018, he ran three sessions at the First European Platform Economy Summit, supported by MIT Initiative on the digital economy, London Business School, Acatech and the World Economic Forum.