ecosystems

EWSECO 2016 Proceedings are in preparation

Dear all,

the proceedings for the 2016 European workshop on software ecosystems are being prepared and will contain the following 2016 presentations:

Roger Kilian Kehr, Huawei
Huawei Connected World based ICT ecosystems

Abilio Avila
Management of Partner Ecosystems in the Enterprise Software Industry: The Partner Selection - A Comparison of Partner Selection Criteria with Existing Literature

Matthias Walter
How to define a platform business model with the platform business model canvas

Slinger Jansen
Ecosystem Driven Development

Christopher Jud
The Influence of Platforms on Software Products

Maximilian Schreieck
Analysis of Platform Governance in the Internet of Things

Dominik Dellermann, Christopher Jud
Towards Vivid Ecosystems: Configuring Costs and Benefits via Design Choices

Ralf Meyer
Impact of restrictive legal and license conditions on software ecosystem success

They will be published via Books on demand and will be available as print and on demand version of the proceedings.

The ISBN will be 9783743165830.

We expect the proceedings to be available soon. We will keep you posted on the progress.

best regards

The program committee

Preparations for the European workshop on software ecosystems

Preparations are starting

Set up program committee meetings, organize location and sponsors and speakers. This is what the organizing committee works on at the moment.

This year, the workshop will again feature many outstanding researchers and practitioners participating in the workshop.

With software business models entering classical industries and with increasing digitalization of whole business networks, our topics in 2016 will be:

  • Software  ecosystems
  • Business networks
  • Platform Business Models
  • Growth strategies based on software  ecosystems and business networks.

We are looking forward to your

The program will be announced soon

The program committee has decided about the presentations that will be part of the workshop. The job was not easy, since we had many interesting submissions.

As promised, EWSECO will be bigger than 2014. As a full day event, EWSECO will have space for eight presentations, two sponsor keynotes and a panel, more coffee breaks and more participants.

So stay tuned for our program page to be published soon. 

International Association for SAP Partners sponsors EWSECO 2015

The International Association for SAP Partners (IA4SP), an independent association of SAP ecosystem partners, sponsors the European workshop on software ecosystems 2015.

IA4SP offers a singular network of SAP partners and real life information about the SAP ecosystem. Members of IA4SP work together to create joint success in the SAP partner ecosystem.

Members of IA4SP are invited to join EWSECO and to leverage the key knowledge provided in the workshop.


German powerhouse Siemens AG sponsors EWSECO

Siemens AG, one of the largest german companies, will sponsor the European Workshop on software ecosystems EWSECO 2015.

Siemens, with its more than 17.000 software developers, wants to increase their presence and success with software ecosystems. Siemens will also send software business and software ecosystem experts to the workshop to join and enrich the discussions with fellow professionals and researchers in the field of software ecosystems and business networks.

Netfira sponsors an industry keynote on business networks at EWSECO

Netfira, a solutions provider for business networks, will present a keynote at the European workshop on software ecosystem.

For the workshop, this is a clear commitment to its second focus besides software ecosystems:  business networks. Business networks, with increasing automation and connectivity between companies, have a massive impact on businesses today. Networks effects in business networks, such as supplier networks, can have a positive effect on revenues and cost of suppliers and customers alike.