Blockchain Implementation Research Framework
Measuring Blockchain Adoption & Implementation
The implementation process involves systematic research on the adoption and improvement of Blockchain for Digital Identity Management. The best thing about our company is that we interconnect real-world application and academic research. Our research is published and new research will continue to be published in journals, which allows for feedback from the academic community and spreads awareness to what is the future of non-cryptocurrency Blockchain application. Our Blockchain Implementation Improvement Framework is statistically validated and reliable. Most interesting are the results of the initial Blockchain study which displayed how users would adopt a system for official university transcript management. Of the multiple adoption factors that aim to improve the system (as shown below), Autonomy by means of Subjective Norm and User Interface and Request Process by means of Perceived Ease of Use, are significant predictors of user adoption. This gives detailed insight on how a particular user base will adopt such a system. Other adoption factors exist and will be added to the framework as needed by the specific context to which this system will be applied to.
This research framework is a diffusion model composed of three theoretical frameworks and three surveys adapted to the context of Blockchain Digital Identity Management. End-users conduct digital identity transactions in a real-world simulation and participate in a quantitative survey and a qualitative questionnaire. Feedback will serve to improve on the user-interface, human performance, and analysis of subjective beliefs on how end-users believe digital identity should be managed. The qualitative questionnaire is sequential to the quantitative survey in aims to further explain the quantitative results. This data will also serve to further validate and establish reliability of the Blockchain Implementation Research Framework. Utilizing the results of an implementation study is at the forefront of the BDIMS improvement cycle. Improvements made based on the Blockchain Implementation Research Framework focus on what is important to the user’s subjective beliefs and how users interact with the user interface. Additional factors exist in analyzing disruptive innovations and will be studied at a later phase of the implementation process when the appropriate context arises.
BlockSensys was founded in 2019 as a result of a research study that analyzed the implementation of a prototype Blockchain system for official university transcript management.
Blockchain Prototype Transcript Management System (Sindi, 2019)