With a more open business model, Open Innovation offers the prospect of lower costs for innovation, faster times to market, and the chance to share risks with others.
What does OBM stand for?
OBM stands for Open Business Model
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Samples in periodicals archive:
In selecting Aras, CrossControl joins the growing number of companies that recognize the value of Aras's open business model and extensive product capabilities.
IriTech focuses on continuing innovation in iris identification, delivering modular software and hardware products in an open business model, and addressing markets ranging from national solutions to individual mobile devices.
IPMobile will use TD-CDMA, a third-generation (3G) IMT-2000 technology also known as UMTS TDD, to enter the mobile broadband market, introducing the technology as an open business model with MVNO option.
IPMobile will provide an open business model based offering an MVNO option.
This unique, open business model allows customers to choose Contact Solutions with confidence, knowing they will not be stuck in a proprietary environment.
This information is made available to applications and service providers through CellPoint's open interface, "Presence Information Protocol," which is contained in CellPoint's Software Development Kit (SDK) CellPoint's Mobile Presence Solution is developed to support open business models such as I-Mode, which allows revenue sharing between mobile operators and service/content providers.
Alliances with third-party tools companies are key to MIPS Technologies' open business model strategy to provide fast, efficient, and successful delivery of solutions for embedded systems.