Develop Contest Platform
This chapter explains how a contest platform can support different stakeholders, prior, during and after the contest. First, the notion of a contest platform is described. This is followed by a description of the activity, followed by running examples that guide the organizer to select and develop a suitable contest platform. Develop contest platform is affected by the contest design, but also affect which stakeholders to engage in the pre-contest phase. The notion of a platform has several meanings as we explore in the Read More section concluding this chapter.
KeywordsResource Provider Digital Resource Digital Service Shared Infrastructure Contest Design
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