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Productization levels towards whole product in SaaS business

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Productization levels towards whole product in SaaS business. / Yrjönkoski, Teppo; Systä, Kari.

International Workshop on Software-intensive Business 2019 (IWSiB2019). ACM, 2019. s. 42-47.

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Yrjönkoski, T & Systä, K 2019, Productization levels towards whole product in SaaS business. julkaisussa International Workshop on Software-intensive Business 2019 (IWSiB2019). ACM, Sivut 42-47, 1/01/00. https://doi.org/10.1145/3340481.3342737

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Yrjönkoski, T., & Systä, K. (2019). Productization levels towards whole product in SaaS business. teoksessa International Workshop on Software-intensive Business 2019 (IWSiB2019) (Sivut 42-47). ACM. https://doi.org/10.1145/3340481.3342737

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Yrjönkoski T, Systä K. Productization levels towards whole product in SaaS business. julkaisussa International Workshop on Software-intensive Business 2019 (IWSiB2019). ACM. 2019. s. 42-47 https://doi.org/10.1145/3340481.3342737

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Yrjönkoski, Teppo ; Systä, Kari. / Productization levels towards whole product in SaaS business. International Workshop on Software-intensive Business 2019 (IWSiB2019). ACM, 2019. Sivut 42-47

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