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- A user-centric mobile service creation approach converging telco and IT services
- Yu, Jian; Falcarin, Paolo; Del Álamo, José M.; Sienel, Juergen; Sheng, Quan Z.; Mejia, José F.
- While new competitors are threatening the traditional business models of Telecommunications operators by providing their services directly to the customer, usercentric service creation paradigm brings new opportunities for operators to deliver diverse, attractive, and profitable services directly to the end-user. This paper discusses the service creation model, architecture and implementation in the European Union sponsored research project OPUCE (Open Platform for User-Centric Service Creation and Execution), which aims at enabling end-users to use their smart mobile devices for both creating and consuming personalized services.
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- Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Mobile Business (ICMB 2009), Dalian, China, 27-28 June 2009 / Xiangpei Hu, Eusebio Scornavacca, and Qing Hu (eds.), pp. 238-242
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- 0805 Distributed Computing
- Business models; Competition; End users; European Union; IT services; Mobile computing; Mobile devices; Mobile service; New opportunities; Personalised service; Profitability; Service creation; Service delivery platforms; Telecommunications operators; User-centric service; User-generated services
- 9780769536910, 0769536913
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