Definitions for "business model"
The set of characteristics that describe how a business is going to operate, including R&D, marketing, product development, and revenues and expenses. see also business plan.
a description of the activities a company performs to generate revenue or other benefits and the relationships, information and product flows the company has with its customers, suppliers and complementors
a method of doing business by which a company can generate revenue to sustain itself
A pictorial view of a business process at a high level. Should clearly identify the parties involved and how events flow. Ideal end goal: A user can look at the business model and supporting documentation and know what they need to do to implement the chosen business process.
model of the business in terms of the terminology of the domain experts and users without regard to any specific system or software application. The main objectives of a business model are to formally represent the business in terms of the essential business objects and how they collaborate to perform the major business processes. The business model forms the basis for understanding and engineering (or reengineering) the business and its processes. The business model typically consists of a business-level use case model and associated object model.
an aggressive commitment to automation
a long term profitable offering of a product or service to a specific market or markets, and long term success is assured by having a unique and competitive offering
a set of planned activities or business processes designed for profit in a designated marketplace
a set of planned activities (sometimes referred to as business processes) designed to result in a profit in a marketplace
a USAID initiative established to promote strategic alliances with the full spectrum of the private sector in order to leverage greater resources for solving development problems
A view of the business at any given point in time. The view can be from a process, data, event or resource perspective, and can be the past, present or future state of the business.
an integral part of the business plan that you really should develop to help insure the viability of your business
A company's financial plan, including product pricing and margin calculations.
Refers to the contractual arrangement between the vendor and jurisdiction including fee schedule, terms, conditions, vendor operational plans, etc. CAM CDC Area Module
an abstraction of how a business functions
a representation of the activities of the business
A representation of the activities of a business in mathematical or abstract terms. often refers to a computer simulation of financial flows.
a part of the business plan that describes what the focus of the firm will be and what the investors are basically investing in
Because the focus of this competition is market-based strategies for low-income individuals, we are using this term broadly - including organizations with a social mission - to describe the different steps required to bring a solution to end-clients or beneficiaries including product/service development, production, distribution, and marketing/ communication.
A description of the operations of a business including the components of the...
a description of how an organization functions, a general template that describes its major activities
a description of the methods used to run a business, that keep it going
a crucial element of the overall business requirements
Method of earning income from e-commerce. Examples include subscription, advertising-based or transactional earnings.
Keywords:  story, enterprise, works
a story of how an enterprise works
a set of assumptions about how an organization will perform by creating value for all the players on whom it depends, not just its customers
Keywords:  critical, blend, streams, unique, three
a unique blend of three streams that are critical to the business
a general outline of the transactions needed for