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Irish Software Association/ Open Data Bisiness Models
Irish Software Association/ Open Data Bisiness Models
Irish Software Association/ Open Data Bisiness Models
Irish Software Association/ Open Data Bisiness Models
Irish Software Association/ Open Data Bisiness Models
Irish Software Association/ Open Data Bisiness Models
Irish Software Association/ Open Data Bisiness Models
Irish Software Association/ Open Data Bisiness Models
Irish Software Association/ Open Data Bisiness Models
Irish Software Association/ Open Data Bisiness Models
Irish Software Association/ Open Data Bisiness Models
Irish Software Association/ Open Data Bisiness Models
Irish Software Association/ Open Data Bisiness Models
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Irish Software Association/ Open Data Bisiness Models

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  • 1. Business models for open data Jonathan Raper CEO, Placr
  • 2. Building open data business models
    • Understand the economic fundamentals
    • Define the value-add
    • Get access
    • Build right partnerships
    • Develop services
    • Package & price
    • Examples?
  • 3. Economic fundamentals
    • Open data has no scarcity
      • Everyone can get it: what gives you an advantage?
    • Sale properties determined by licensing terms
      • Differences between OGL, CC-BY and public domain
    • Distribution dependent on release platform
      • Static= download; dynamic data needs a platform
    • Authority of data depends on creator validation
      • Does the owner ‘kitemark’ the data?
    • Data creator set policies so you need to lobby them
      • Business development in politics…
  • 4. Define the value-add
    • Processing skills
      • Data can be complex, high volume: needs expertise
    • Packaging skills
      • Providing data ‘as-a-service’ with SLA
    • Integration capabilities
      • Harmonising formats, aggregation
    • Support
      • Take over CRM from data creator
  • 5. Get access
    • Data release politics
      • Official and unofficial releases
    • Data validation and QA
      • Clean and dirty data
    • Data take-on for open data
      • Parsers, importers, database design… without help
    • Aggregation challenges
      • Input feed integration, real-time challenges
  • 6. Build the right partnerships
    • Partnership needed with
      • Data creators
      • Other open data users
      • Open data community
      • Open source community
    • Partnership leads to market realignments
      • Competition falls for access, increases for service
      • New market roles e.g. data aggregation
  • 7. Develop services
    • Datastores
    • Web publication
    • Developer feeds
    • Web apps
    • Native apps
    • White label solutions
    • Consultancy
    • Technical authoring
  • 8. Package and price
    • API hit
    • Ad revenue
    • App sales income
    • Custom aggregation
    • Software components
    • SaaS/DaaS fees
    • All of the above!
  • 9. placr.mobi open data business model Fees Analytics Integration with Other data feeds API Apps £££ Developers Ads Fees Customer Relationship enhancement Compilation, referencing & validation Delivery of data as-a-service Raw timetable & Real time data Updates, comments
  • 10. Open data landscape in UK
    • data.gov.uk has >40000 datasets
    • London DataStore has >500 datasets
    • Prime Minister’s letter on Open data June 2011
    • Treasury Autumn Statement on data releases
    • Every Ministry has a Transparency Board
    • Budget 2012 Growth review
      • Open data is one of only 6 areas being invested in
    • Government merging all data agencies
      • Public Data Group/ Data Strategy Board
  • 11. Open data apps galore http://data.london.gov.uk/datastore/inspirational-uses
  • 12. Placr’s open data aggregation strategy
    • Data-as-a-service offer
      • Shortens time to market for developers
      • De-risks data handling challenges
      • Fixes the price: IPR, SLA & distribution
      • Commodifies data supply
    • API as universal channel to market
      • API source for all data services
      • API management is dashboard and billing tool
  • 13. Contact
    • http://www.placr.co.uk/
    • [email_address]
    • @madprof
    • http://www.slideshare.net/madprof

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