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Doctoral thesis . 2023
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Contributions to digital transformation and mobile application development

Authors: Werth, Oliver;

Contributions to digital transformation and mobile application development

Abstract

In dieser kumulativen Dissertation werden Forschungsarbeiten zur digitalen Transformation in verschiedenen Geschäftsbereichen vorgestellt und diskutiert. Sie erörtert die Chancen und Herausforderungen, denen sich Unternehmen bei der Einführung von Technologien, z. B. mobilen Anwendungen, gegenüberste-hen. Zusätzlich wird die Nutzung neuartiger Geschäftsmodelle aus der Perspek-tive der Technologieakzeptanz untersucht. Mit einem spezifischen Blick auf tech-nische Lösungen werden in dieser Dissertation Probleme bei der Entwicklung mobiler Anwendungen und deren Prozesse untersucht und Implikationen aufge-zeigt. Diese Dissertation bereichert den Wissensstand zur mobilen Applikations-Entwicklung und zum Phänomen des digitalen Wandels auf Unternehmens- und Individualebene. Basierend auf den Limitationen der enthaltenen Artikel wird eine Forschungsagenda abgeleitet, die die Grundlage für weitere Untersuchungen im Bereich der digitalen Transformation sowie der mobilen Anwendungsentwicklung bildet. Wissenschaftler können diese Agenda für ihre zukünftigen Forschungs-projekte nutzen.

This cumulative dissertation presents and discusses research on digital trans-formation in several business areas. It discusses the chances and challenges businesses face when introducing technologies, e.g., mobile applications. Also, the usage of new technology-accelerated business models is investigated from a technology acceptance perspective. With a specific look at technical solutions, this dissertation examines challenges in mobile application development and their processes and presents implications. This dissertation enriches the body of knowledge of mobile app development and the phenomenon of digital transfor-mation, both on a business and individual level. Based on the limitations of the contained paper, a research agenda is derived that lays the foundation for fur-ther tailored investigations in the field of digital transformation as well as mobile application development. Researchers can use this agenda for their further re-search projects.

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Dewey Decimal Classification::000 | Allgemeines, Wissenschaft::000 | Informatik, Wissen, Systeme::000 | Informatik, Informationswissenschaft, allgemeine Werke, Finanzdienstleistungssektor, Geschäftsmodelle, Digitale Transformation, Business Models, Mobile Application Development, Energy Sector, Energiesektor, Digital Transformation, Financial Services Sector, Entwicklung mobiler Applikationen

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1.1. Research Motivation and Relevance....................................................2

1.2. Research Methods Used ......................................................................5

1.3. Structure of the Dissertation ...............................................................13

2. Part B: Implications for Mobile Application Development ....................15

2.1. A Taxonomy of Process Models and Methodologies for Mobile

Application Development ............................................................................16

2.2. Towards a Strategic Reference Model for B2X Mobile Application

Development...............................................................................................17

3. Part C: Digital Transformation in the Energy Sector .............................20

3.1. Digital Transformation in the Energy Sector - Towards Interdisciplinary

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