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Platform Ecosystems: a new opportunity for Servitization?

Aug 12, 2019 • FeaturesAdvanced Services Groupaston business schoolfuture of field servicePlatformsServitizationeco-systems

New research from the Advanced Services Group at Aston Business School suggests that a focus on product as a platform and a clear understanding of the operational network can positively influence servitization efforts. Dr Kawaljeet Kapoor...

Servitization: Past, Present and Future

Jul 18, 2019 • FeaturesAdvanced Services Groupaston business schoolProfessor Tim BainesServitizationServitization Conference

While attending the Spring Servitization Conference, Mark Glover caught up with Professor Tim Baines (pictured), Director of the Advanced Services Group at Aston Business School. Conversation ranged from the discipline’s origins to the impact of...

Academic Excellence

Jul 11, 2019 • aston business schoolmanufacturingProfessor Tim BainesChristian KowalkowskiServitizationServitization Conference

Now in its eighth year and welcoming over 80 delegates from all over the globe, the Spring Servitization Conference focused on the impact of digitalisation and sought to affirm the benefits this discipline can bring to service in manufacturing....


Mar 21, 2016 • Astonaston business schoolIoTServitization

If you thought that servitization was still a concept or something only applicable for large manufacturers, it's time to think again, says Professor Tim Baines, Director of the Centre for Servitization Research and Practice, Aston...

Community Service

Oct 20, 2015 • FeaturesAllocate Softwareaston business schoolFuture of FIeld ServicePitney Bowesbig dataInca DigitalRolls RoyceThe Service Community

The UK not-for-profit group The Service Community, run by service professionals with the simple aim of sharing knowledge within the community,  continues to go from strength to strength. Their latest conference held at Aston Business School,...

Advanced Services in UK road transport

Sep 23, 2015 • FeaturesAstonaston business schoolFTAMIcroliseServitizationThe View from AcademiaServitization and Advanced Services

Faced with high fuel costs, congestion, driver shortages and changing delivery patterns, the UK road transport industry has to change radically to improve profit margins and survive. Servitization is the solution, recommends this report by...

Servitization: The Next Industrial Revolution: Part Two

Sep 16, 2015 • FeaturesAirFrance KLMAstonaston business schoolHanken School of EconomicsServitization

The Spring Servitization Conference at the Aston Centre for Servitization Research and Practice in the UK  holds a  unique position within the servitization community in bringing together representatives of both academia and industry.  In Part...

Industry Interviews: Des Evans, Aston Business School

Sep 16, 2015 • videoaston business schoolFuture of FIeld ServiceMAN UKDes EVansHaulageServitization

The shift from traditional manufacturer to fully fledged servitized business was a bold and revolutionary move when MAN Trucks UK made the transition but it ultimately led them to a huge growth spree when the rest of the market was in decline.

Field Service News @ Aston Spring Servitization Conference 2015

Sep 02, 2015 • videoaston business schoolFuture of FIeld ServiceVideoEventsField Service EventsServitizationtim baines

The growing industrial trend of servitization amongst manufacturers is gaining traction and as it does so ever more importance is placed upon delivering efficient and effective field service.


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