Investigating Intention-To-Use Sharia Financial Technology In New Normal Era

  • Rosana Eri Puspita Sharia Management and Business Program, Faculty of Islamic Economics dan Business, IAIN Salatiga
  • Puput Yanita Senja Magister Management Program, Faculty of Economics and Business, Gadjah Mada University
  • Imanda Firmantyas Putri Pertiwi Sharia Accounting Program, Faculty of Islamic Economics dan Business, IAIN Salatiga


The new normal era has made digital-based industries with good prospects, including the sharia fintech industry. The aims of this study investigated the influence of knowledge about products, attitudes, and intentions-to-use of Sharia Financial Technology. There are three variables discussed in this study is knowledge about products, attitudes, and intentions. The quantitative approach used with this research using a regression test. Data Collected by an online survey of 60 respondents. The results of this study indicate that knowledge of Sharia Fintech affects attitudes and the intention-to-use Sharia Fintech. This study is limited to only Muslim respondents. Knowledge Products provide significant influence to shape attitudes and intentions. There has not been much research on new normal, including the sharia fintech industry. For practitioners, this research is useful as a reference in mapping the Muslim market in the fintech industry. This study highlights the importance of fintech in the new normal era because it can reduce the spread of the covid-19 virus.


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How to Cite
PUSPITA, Rosana Eri; SENJA, Puput Yanita; PERTIWI, Imanda Firmantyas Putri. Investigating Intention-To-Use Sharia Financial Technology In New Normal Era. International Journal of Islamic Business and Economics (IJIBEC), [S.l.], v. 4, n. 2, p. 116-126, dec. 2020. ISSN 2615-420X. Available at: <>. Date accessed: 03 mar. 2021. doi: