Proceedings of the European Workshop on Software Ecosystems (EWSECO)

Research on software ecosystems still is a young and emerging field. This is why we created the European workshop on software ecosystems: to bring together researchers and business professionals from all over Europe to present and discuss software ecosystem topics. Synomic supports the European Workshop on Software Ecosystems (EWSECO) since it’s very beginning.

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Proceedings of the European Workshop on Software Ecosystems 2012

The research on software ecosystems still is a young and emerging field. 
The European Workshop on Software Ecosystems:

  • brings together the software research community from all over Europe and

  • shares, presents and discusses their latest research with business experts from the software industry

  • sessions included e.g.: what makes software platforms attractive, software internationalization, architecture & governance, challenges in mobile apps marketplaces

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Proceedings of the European Workshop on Software Ecosystems 2013

The European Workshop on Software Ecosystems:


  • brings together the software research community from all over Europe and

  • shares, presents and discusses their latest research with business experts from the software industry

  • sessions included e.g.: Cloud, SAP PartnerEdge for Application Development, Ecosystems and Technology Governance, Mergers & Acquisitions

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Proceedings of the European Workshop on Software Ecosystems 2014

Research on software ecosystems still is a young and emerging field. While many researchers are active in this field, vibrant research communities still have to be built. This is why we created the European workshop on software ecosystems: to bring together researchers from all over Europe to present and discuss software ecosystem topics. To make sure that the research is mirrored with real problems in software business, we invited professionals from software companies to join the discussion and they made up about half of the audience at the workshop.

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Proceedings of the European Workshop on Software Ecosystems 2015

The European Workshop on Software Ecosystems is an annual event which connects researchers and fellow professionals in the field of software ecosystems.

This volume includes presentations from:

  • Jon Scott, SVP Corum – Keynote Software M&A Ecosystems
  • Stefan Henningson, Copenhagen Business School – Cisco is using acquisitions of software companies to re-invent its „platform core“
  • Andreas Schönberger, Siemens AG – Using ecosystem modeling to drive ecosystem projects
  • Abilio Avila, Orestis Terzidis, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) – Management of Partner Ecosystems in the Enterprise Software Industry
  • Alexander Serebrenik, Technical University of Eindhoven – Surveying Challenges in Software Ecosystems Research
  • Ralf Meyer, Synomic GmbH – Why even successful large Software Ecosystems need professional representation like International Association for SAP Partners
  • Jonathan Hildenbrand, Netfira – Keynote Business networks
  • Sami Hyrynsalmi, University of Turku – To Redefine Ecosystem Health, or not to Redefine? A view of scientific knowledge on the „software ecosystem health“ concept
  • Dominik Dellermann, Alexander Fliaster, University of Bamberg – The Strategic Risks of Software Ecosystems
  • Christopher Jud, Georg Herzwurm, University of Stuttgart – Platforms and ecosystems from complementers’ point of view

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Proceedings of the European Workshop on Software Ecosystems 2016

The European Workshop on Software Ecosystems is an annual event which connects researchers and fellow professionals in the field of software ecosystems.

This volume includes presentations from:

  • 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
  • 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
  • Slinger Jansen: Ecosystem Driven Development



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