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Published on January 9, 2009

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Slide 1: Applying the VISOR Model To On-Line Advertising Francis Pereira, Ph.D. Understanding the Networked Digital Industry – Workshop #4 September 14, 2007 Marshall School of Business Ideas, People and Knowledge For The Networked Digital Industry CTM Slide 2: Definition Confusion in terminology as “business model, strategy, business concept, revenue model and economic model are often used interchangeably… (and moreover) the business model has been referred to as architecture, design, pattern, plan, method, assumption and statement. Slide 3: Business Models: Definitions Three General Categories of Definitions Economic: Focuses on how a firm makes a profit (revenue sources, pricing, cost structures) Operational: Focuses on the firm’s internal processes and design of infrastructure that enables firms to create value. (production/service delivery methods, resource flow and knowledge management) Strategic: Emphases the overall direction of the firm’s marketing position, interactions across organizational boundaries, and growth opportunities (stakeholder identification, value creation, visions, values) Slide 4: VISOR Framework Value Proposition Interface Service Platform Operational Model Revenue Little systematic conception and agreement exists on what a business model is. In new market-spaces, such as NDI, search for viable business models is critical. Important to articulate and define the elements of a business model to (i) attain “ common language and framework” (ii) use the framework to assess the viability of new business propositions (iii) understand the multiple elements that have to be in place for a successful business model. Slide 5: Defines how a firm responds to a customer need, latent or established, thus creating and delivering the greatest value to the customer, in a profitable and sustainable manner, and, as such, optimizes costs to value creation. A successful business model is one delivers the greatest value proposition that maximize the willingness to pay on the part of its target consumers against the ability to minimize the real cost (tangible and intangible) of the provision of these services. VISOR Framework Slide 6: Value Proposition for Targeted Customer Segment Organizing Model for Processes & Relationships Revenue/Cost Model Calculations for All Partners Service Platforms to Enable Delivery Interface “Wow” Experience Articulating IT-Intensive Business Models The VISOR Framework for NDI Business Models REAL “COST” OF DELIVERY REAL “VALUE” PROPOSITION Slide 7: VALUE PROPOSITION Why particular customer segments would value an enterprise’s products and services and be willing to pay a premium price for them INTERFACE The success of delivery of a product or service is heavily predicated on the user interface experience in terms of ease of use, simplicity, convenience, and positive energy, and should generate a “Wow” experience VISOR Framework Slide 8: SERVICE PLATFORMS IT platforms that enable, shape, and support the business processes and relationships that are needed to deliver the products and services, as well as improve the value proposition. ORGANIZING MODEL Describes how an enterprise or a set of partners will organize business processes, value chains, and partner relationships to effectively and efficiently deliver products and services. VISOR Framework Slide 9: REVENUE/COST SHARING In a good business model, the combination of the value proposition, the way that offerings are delivered, and the investments in IT platforms are such that revenues exceed costs and attractive for all partners. VISOR Framework Slide 10: Value Proposition for Targeted Customer Segment Organizing Model for Processes & Relationships Revenue/Cost Model Calculations for All Partners Service Platforms to Enable Delivery $$$$ “Wow” Interface Experience VISOR Framework Successful Business Models Slide 11: What is the impact of changing the user interface on advertising models? What is the alternative customer value propositions for online advertising? How do “traditional advertisers” see these new mediums, and what are the organizing models necessary to exploit these new mediums? VISOR Framework Successful Business Models

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