Many Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) projects end prematurely without reaping benefits. Previous research has indicated a lack of sustainable business cases for many Blockchain projects. A successful project has a disruptive impact on the business ecosystem. The paper investigates how e3value modeling can contribute to identifying the potential success of DLT implementation. Using insights from a first DLT case-study, an abstract e3value model fragment is defined that indicates potential success. As a test, the e3value model fragment is subsequently applied to a second case-study that is currently being implemented as a DLT-based platform. The paper concludes by reflecting on how an e3value model can provide evidence of meeting the requirements for building a sustainable DLT business case.
|Name||Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics)|
|Conference||Workshop on Conceptual Modeling, Ontologies and Metadata Management for FAIR Data, FAIR 2019, 6th Workshop on Conceptual Modeling in Requirements Engineering and Business Analysis, MREBA 2019, 2nd International Workshop on Empirical Methods in Conceptual Modeling, EmpER 2019, 8th International Workshop on Modeling and Management of Big Data, MoBiD19 2019 and 7th International Workshop on Ontologies andConceptual Modelling, OntoCom 2019 held at the 38th International Conference on Conceptual Modeling, ER 2019|
|Period||4/11/19 → 7/11/19|
- Business case requirements
- evalue modeling