How does your organisation currently view blockchain? Is it ready for digital transformation towards deep tech?
1 out of 13
Do you have an issue with everyone on your network being able to see and validate your transactions?
2 out of 13
Do you have conflicting interests with you people you are transacting with (for example, a bank has conflicting interests with their customers as it relates to who owns money).
3 out of 13
Do all parties you do business with need to play by the same rules (for example, can one party do something that other parties have not got the authority or ability to do).
4 out of 13
Do transaction rules in your business change regularly?
5 out of 13
Do you need an immutable (unchangeable) log of transactions in your business?
6 out of 13
Is your business impacted significantly by fraud or counterfeiting?
7 out of 13
Does your industry have a high level of influence by middlemen (thereby introducing or increasing transactional costs) that you feel can be removed from the transaction process.
8 out of 13
Does your industry have a reputational issue or suffer from lack of public trust?
9 out of 13
Are the products or services being sold by your business considered to be ‘big ticket’ items?
10 out of 13
What description would best describe the product(s) your company sells?
11 out of 13
How severely would your business be impacted if the party you are doing business with didn’t honour their side of the contract (either paying for work or delivering work).
12 out of 13
Do you have to send or receive sensitive information that, if intercepted via email or cloud, would have a major impact on you or your client if it were made public.
13 out of 13
How motivated is your business to identify and implement revenue generating opportunities that require little effort and cost to implement?