Rapidly changing environments and customer demands force companies to transform their business
models in ever shorter periods of time. However, existing approaches like the business model canvas and
corresponding tools mainly focus on documentation on a strategic level and do not actively support the
business model transformation process from a current state towards a target state. To address this problem,
we derive requirements for a business model transformation tool. We translate these requirements into
design principles and present a toolset for data-driven business model transformation. This toolset enables
companies to extract status quo business models from existing operational information systems.
Furthermore, it allows the representation of explicit relationships between the different value dimensions
of a business model and enables quantifying the impact of changes. The result of this paper is a set of
requirements, design principles as well as a tool instantiation, which can actively support the business
model transformation process.