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Organisational/operational building blocks
The organizational level refers to the way in which the agreements, expectations and processes are aligned to achieve the common goals for controlled data sharing. This includes the onboarding and certification (according to common and accepted criteria), aligned service level agreements (for realizing overarching expectations and quality control) and aligned operations and customer processes (for improved operating efficiency and enhanced customer experience).
- Embedded Ledger
- Smart Contracts for Permissioning
- Synchronization: The distributed storage database must support data synchronization between nodes.
- Semantic Database
- API for External Access
The ecosystem created by operators, working with data sources and data using services, is always part of a broader, social and economic system of individuals, communities, public organisations and private companies. Therefore, the ecosystem functions within the wider context of legislation, regulation, and social norms. Legislation is necessary for the creation of trust, but it is not sufficient. In order to create a level playing field in the market, rules of engagement between the different roles and actors fulfilling those roles are needed.
- Repeatability: Services and processes operate the same way time after time.
- Quality: Repeatable processes can be monitored and optimized to increase quality.
- Demonstrability: Following a standard allows quality to be audited and demonstrated to others.
- Compatibility: Managed services can be combined with other services by customers, or in federated provision scenarios.
- Professionalism: Formally managed services appear more professional to customers.
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