This master thesis deals with knowledge and information as economic asset. The main focus of the theoretical part is on transfer of knowledge. Therefore, knowledge management, consulting and e-learning are discussed. The main objective of the thesis is the identification of products which are suitable for a scalable business model for consulting and training companies. The empirical part investigates a practical product extension in the form of an information portal. This case study is divided into three phases. Firstly, a product portfolio analysis helps to gain a better overview and to identify the most valuable products. Followed this, a requirement analysis has been made for an information portal, which functions as a basis for a future implementation. To complete the analysis, two qualitative interviews have been conducted. As conclusion, the paper shows that consultancy products need to have certain characteristics in order to be incorporated into an information portal. Furthermore, a product extension in the form of an information portal serves as an additional channel of distribution, to attract new customers and last but not least to stay competitive in todays digital world.