Tutorial 1: Design a networked business model
- Represent networked business models in terms of end users and enterprises, as well as the things of economic value they exchange with each other.
- Assign economic value to the things exchanged, set pricing models, the number of customer needs, the actors involved and required investments.
- Calculate the profitability of a networked business model for all actors involved, evaluate changes in participating actors, and increase of prices.
- Automatically generate deviations from a given value model;
- Sort and filter these fraud scenarios based on gain for potential fraudsters or impact for the service/product provider;
- Visualize the financial effects of fraud scenarios across a given range of occurrence rates.
- Manually define fraud scenarios;
- Analyse their impact on the networked business model.