Product-Service Systems is a term that implies the transition to a different business model better than Product-as-a-Service. Read this short blog to find out why!
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The field of service based business models develops rapidly. All industries have new entrants not selling a product, but offering it as part of a service model. Companies like Swapfiets are paving the way to show their customers the benefits, and becomes an example for other industries to follow.
Have you ever wondered what PaaS means?
Two main acronyms stand out: Platform-as-a-Service & Product-as-a-Service.
In this blog, we'll explain the difference.
What characteristics make for a suitable Product-as-a-Service? We extent on the five academic characteristics and complement them with seven more characteristics.
What are product characteristics that make for a suitable PaaS? In this blog we dive into the product characteristics that are great for a Product-as-a-Service proposition.
Implementing a product-as-a-service model into your business is a great revenue opportunity and introduces the potential to work closely with your customers across your supply chain. We'll also provide 5 aspects to transition from product to product-as-a-service.
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