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Creating a successful offering in a knowledgeintensive industry often requires access to knowledge that complements the core technological knowledge of a firm. However, this complementary knowledge is often tacit and hence costly to acquire. In this paper, we investigate how a firm can acquire the necessary complementary knowledge by leveraging partners in its business network. Based on a multiple case study of four Finnish enterprise software firms, we find that engaging partners who possessdoi:10.1109/hicss.2010.466 dblp:conf/hicss/KarjalainenV10 fatcat:how5sig635cqnagjbg22f6h7le