Economic and technological configuration of digital platforms of innovative activity

The aim of the study is to create a model of the economic and technological configuration of digital platforms, a description of its features and structure for the implementation of innovative activities on its basis. A conceptual model for the configuration of digital platforms has been developed as a visualization of a set of digital data and logic models, tools and products, software and hardware tools for collecting, storing, processing and transferring data and knowledge, informationally and technologically integrated into an advisory integrated information system that provides management of the development of innovative activities with organization of interaction of interested subjects. The author's structure of the relationship between the processes of intercompany interactions with the development of the economy is presented. It is substantiated that the specificity of the functioning of various economic entities in the process of interactions on innovative issues lies in the task set for them and the availability and need of resources to perform this task. The theoretical significance of the study is the development of the content of digital platforms for innovation. The practical significance of the results obtained lies in the systematization of resources that influence the formation of the results of innovative activities based on digital platforms, and the development of block diagrams that complement the existing schemes for the formation of digital platforms.

Keywords: digital platforms, innovation, resources, technologies


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