multisided

multisided

(ˌmʌltɪˈsaɪdɪd)
adj
having several sides or aspects
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But the Amazon Marketplace is a multisided platform in many ways: you've got different players providing services on both sides, and it has huge scale advantages and huge information advantages, and huge market power as a result.
The surge in violence across the Israel-Syria border is the latest front in a multisided Syrian war that in recent days has seen heightened military operations in several places in the north and east of the country as well as close to the capital, Damascus.
The Turkish offensive in northwest Syria's Afrin region against the Kurdish YPG militia has opened a new front in the multisided Syrian civil war but has strained ties with NATO ally Washington.
Much of that came from the work on multisided platforms that began around 2000.
The drawing show opens a window onto all the different facets of this multisided creative individual, who works on both the left and right side of the brain, which is incredibly unusual," Wallace said.
The 50MWS online platform is unprecedented and will present important and specific characteristics including: ability to create and shape new women's markets, to challenge traditional ones, and organize new forms of participation based on collecting, processing, and editing large amounts of data that will be collected from the regions as well as provide multisided markets with direct interactions between groups of users particularly women and youths.
Dislike: As we are building a multisided platform to solve complex problems, which is heavy duty, yet and too often, majority of people have short-term considerations, only thinking of ROI, and little risks to bear.
The 50MWS online platform is unprecedented and will present important and specific characteristics including: ability to create and shape new womens markets, to challenge traditional ones, and organize new forms of participation based on collecting, processing, and editing large amounts of data that will be collected from the regions as well as provide multisided markets with direct interactions between groups of users particularly women and youths.
The latter, in this author's imagination, takes the form of a toddler's shape sorter toy given the multisided Nuvali chapel's irregularly shaped windows.
We start by defining peer-to-peer platforms as multisided platforms; we then detail the external effects that these platforms seek to internalize; finally, we examine why the emergence of these platforms is disruptive for incumbent firms.
The American elite's legitimacy crisis is multisided and deep, at home and abroad.
A key tradeoff emerges between the need to coordinate decisions such as marketing that generate spillovers across professionals (best achieved by a vertically integrated firm) and the need to both motivate unobservable effort by professionals (best achieved by a multisided platform).
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