Platform Revolution by Geoffrey Parker, Marshall Van Alstyne, and Sangeet Choudary is a thorough look at the development of platforms as market dominators, their opposition against pipeline organizations, and best practices in establishing and overseeing platforms. Platforms interface two sorts of clients with a specific end goal to trade something of significant worth. This is not quite the same as the customary pipeline model of business where something of significant worth is made by exchanging it from maker to maker with the buyer accepting it at the last stride. Platforms are ruling forms especially in light of the fact that they diminish the expenses of significant creation, utilization, and quality control. This is a summary and analysis of the book and not the original book.