Stop Integrating. Start Collaborating.
Technologies of the 90’s and 2000’s eased cross-enterprise integration, but those approaches required each party to implement their own process logic and maintain their own transaction data. The need to reconcile logic and data across enterprises made B2B integrations costly to implement and operate.
Blockchain technology is typically associated with financial asset trading, but we see a much larger opportunity. Blockchain technology can be used to strip away the complexity of legacy business integration models used in many processes.
With blockchain, businesses don’t integrate different processes. Instead, they implement shared processes and transaction logic just once. Then they securely share the same data about each interaction. Blockchain technology enables businesses to work with their customers, suppliers, and partners more efficiently than ever.
Blockchain changes complex business integrations into streamlined business collaborations. When enterprises interact using the exact same logic and data they reduce friction and costs. They say goodbye to time consuming transaction reconciliation and dispute resolution.