An Exploration with Technology Acceptance Modelling intohow PSD2 Could Improve User Interactions in Personal Finance

Edward Barber

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Abstract

A two-fold study attempting to perceive the possible innovations possible thanks to the upcoming Payment Services Directive II using a newly extended adaptation of the Technology Acceptance Model with an aspect of Social Intention, the SITAM.The research successfully highlights the legislation's consequential opportunities, and crafts a multi-banking application with price comparison integration with high user intention to install, lending itself to being developed into a full public release in the future. The SITAM meanwhile gives a new approach to planning and developing software to theoretically maximise adoption at every stage of the lifecycle, offering a contemporary method of categorising survey participants into innovation groups in order to treat feedback differently to match the target market.
LanguageEnglish
Place of PublicationBath, U. K.
PublisherDepartment of Computer Science, University of Bath
Number of pages129
StatusPublished - May 2017

Publication series

NameDepartment of Computer Science Technical Report Series
ISSN (Electronic)1740-9497

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Personal finance
Technology acceptance
Interaction
Innovation
Modeling
Payment
Legislation
Lending
Target markets
Software
Planning
Life cycle
Banking
Technology acceptance model

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Barber, E. (2017). An Exploration with Technology Acceptance Modelling intohow PSD2 Could Improve User Interactions in Personal Finance. (Department of Computer Science Technical Report Series). Bath, U. K.: Department of Computer Science, University of Bath.

An Exploration with Technology Acceptance Modelling intohow PSD2 Could Improve User Interactions in Personal Finance. / Barber, Edward.

Bath, U. K. : Department of Computer Science, University of Bath, 2017. 129 p. (Department of Computer Science Technical Report Series).

Research output: Book/ReportOther report

Barber, E 2017, An Exploration with Technology Acceptance Modelling intohow PSD2 Could Improve User Interactions in Personal Finance. Department of Computer Science Technical Report Series, Department of Computer Science, University of Bath, Bath, U. K.
Barber E. An Exploration with Technology Acceptance Modelling intohow PSD2 Could Improve User Interactions in Personal Finance. Bath, U. K.: Department of Computer Science, University of Bath, 2017. 129 p. (Department of Computer Science Technical Report Series).
Barber, Edward. / An Exploration with Technology Acceptance Modelling intohow PSD2 Could Improve User Interactions in Personal Finance. Bath, U. K. : Department of Computer Science, University of Bath, 2017. 129 p. (Department of Computer Science Technical Report Series).
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