Enterprise Distributed Ledger Technology for Business
Distributed ledger technology (DLT) has the potential to transform the delivery of public and private services to redefine and improve the relationship between government, business and customers in terms of data sharing, transparency and trust. DLT can reduce data fragmentation and enhance traceability and accountability, promising cost-savings and efficiencies on a scale sufficient to dramatically impact and benefit economic growth.
Proof of Value
ASL delivers production-ready blockchain systems which show tangible and measurable value. POV provides a measurement of application and infrastructure performance in a live environment.
An easy to adopt solution, that can run in parallel with existing enterprise systems. Activeledger promotes the use of distributed ledger technology with existing systems through small iterative changes that are low cost and easy to manage.It is decentralised, aware of its environment and location, enabling complex regulation and compliance rules to operate independently and work harmoniously between separate jurisdictions.
In some jurisdictions, it is a legal requirement that the origin of a transaction is recorded and provable. Activeledger is uniquely built to include territoriality as a core principle.
Cross chain and Legacy system Interoperability
The current market landscape is fragmented with a variety of incompatible protocols. Agility Sciences solution is able to coexist and work efficiently with other blockchains and current legacy systems.
Regulatory compliance using permissioned blockchain
Permissioned ledgers provide regulators with the opportunity to monitor, supervise, and audit trade and agreements in real time. DLT enables regulators to receive a highly detailed replica of their sub-ledger transactions.
Critical path in a business blockchain
The critical path of blockchain in business includes access control, permission management, terms and condition (Smart Contract), dispute resolution, consensus, and governance.
The Demand For Enterprise Blockchain
Walmart, Kroger, Nestle, and Unilever, partnered with IBM to use blockchain to improve food safety.
British Telecom, Telefonica, and Telstra are trialing the settlement of wholesale international services.
UBS, Barclays, and Credit Suisse are Piloting Compliance based on blockchain.
Over 100 institutions signed up to pilot RippleNet for international payments.
ANZ is building a blockchain-based platform, together with IBM, to ease the transfer of data and premium payments between brokers and insurers.
Facebook plans to explore blockchain in a number of use cases.
Ali Baba ranked number 81 on the Global 2000 launches blockchain technology to improve supply chain integrity and transparency.
63% of Central Banks are trialing DLT for different use cases. 46% of other public sector are trialing DLT.