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Structural Analysis and Implications of Mobile Service Industry
Kim, Jang-Hwan;
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 Abstract
Recently mobile service industry has grown very rapidly. In this paper, I investigated the changes in mobile service industry as well as new direction of human life in future global society. Under these changing market conditions, competition has been also changed into global and ecological competition. But compared to the platform initiatives and ecological strategies of global companies, Korean companies' vision of building ecosystems is still unclear. New directions of mobile service industry are smart phone oriented open market, UCC, QPS and cloud computing. As such, I investigate the structure of mobile service ecosystem in order to gain strategic implications and insights in this paper.
 Keywords
Mobile service industry;Mobile platform;Ecosystem;
 Language
Korean
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