May 23, 2019

Applico, the platform advisory firm for enterprise CEOs, is pleased to announce that it has publicly launched its Platform Insights product.


Platform Insights analyzes and identifies platform revenue from all publicly listed mid- and large-cap platform businesses that are listed on a US or European exchange. The product classifies each company by the type of platform business, as described in Modern Monopolies, the best-selling book about platforms written by Applico’s CEO Alex Moazed and Principal Nick Johnson. Applico licenses this data to companies who want to create financial products or acquire insights about leading platform companies.


Applico, the leading expert on platform business models, has created the world’s first data set that identifies which public companies are platform businesses. These companies use technology to create highly scalable businesses defined by defensible network effects and winner-take all dynamics. Called Platform Insights, this data set is the first to systematically identify which public companies have platform revenue. 


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About Applico

Applico empowers the community of industry leaders at large enterprises to embrace platform innovation and thrive in the digital era. By working alongside C-suites and boards as operating partners, Applico provides advisory services to build, execute and scale platform businesses alongside the traditional companies’ core business. Applico’s staff is comprised of platform entrepreneurs, operators, bankers and designers.

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