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.
|Place of Publication||Bath, U. K.|
|Publisher||Department of Computer Science, University of Bath|
|Number of pages||129|
|Publication status||Published - May 2017|
|Name||Department of Computer Science Technical Report Series|
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.