Leveraging Corporate Data Platforms: An Architectural Perspective

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2024-01-03
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Hackl, Tobias
Vetterling, Dennis
Winter, Robert
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This paper investigates the leverages of digital platforms in corporate data management from an architectural perspective. We propose the idea of corporate data platforms to address pressing challenges in data management architecture’s supply side: inflexibility and inefficiency. Based on a systematic literature review of 14 papers, we investigate (i) to which extent data platforms in general – and corporate data platforms in particular – can be regarded as subtypes of the general concept of digital platforms and (ii) which architectural components of corporate data platforms can drive architectural leverages. We find evidence that modularity is vital to exploit two architectural leverages. Implications for research are to extend the data platforms discourse by systematically linking it to general digital platform concepts and findings. For practice, this study provides guidance for corporate data platform design from the perspective of ‘beneficial’ architectural components and more clarity about means and ends that underlie data platform adaption.
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Data and Analytics Driven Digital Transformation in Organizations and Society, corporate data management, data platform, digital platform
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10 pages
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Proceedings of the 57th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
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