This IDC study details the primary programs, including shared data and insights, shared applications, and shared operations and expertise, as well as the supporting use cases for the future of industry ecosystems. This is a horizontal view of programs and use cases across all industries."Organizations in all industries are rapidly evolving the way they work with industry ecosystem partners to support data, application, and operational initiatives. It is no longer sufficient to have a static list of partners that is updated periodically: industry ecosystems are living, multifaceted organisms that are dynamic, with a mix of partners that evolve over time to meet new demand and disruption, as well as accelerate innovation and customer engagement. This new model requires a unique set of programs and use cases to guide strategy, collaboration, and execution: this industry ecosystem taxonomy strives to achieve that," said Jeffrey Hojlo, research vice president, Future of Industry Ecosystems and Product Innovation Strategies.
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