“Happy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way” wrote the Russian novelist Tolstoy. The same seems to be true for “happy” (successful) businesses. Regardless of the nature of the product or service offered, the most successful companies today can be considered “software” companies in that software is an integral part of the offering and its value.
But no competitive advantage last forever.
What comes after being a software company?
This article from the WSJ suggests that it will be “models”; data driven continuous learning models to be exact.
Find out why, sooner than later, Models Will Run the World. Find out what a “model” really is…..and this risks of not being one.CATEGORIES: Competition, Strategic Planning, Strategy