- 17 November 2017 00:40
cloudyBoss announces SKYE, the $1 per day Blockchain Cluster solution
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA, November 14, 2017
Following the rapid growth of cloud-based commercial solutions, data security and protection has become of paramount importance.
Although all organisations are affected, of particular note are supply chain and distribution businesses, as well as banking and insurance companies. Many of these organisations struggle to deal with each other through APIs, middleware and the like. This often entails months of complicated and costly implementation, only to then suffer difficulties in transactional information flow and delays for customers. With these issues come inefficiencies in reconciliation and operation, all of which erode an organisation’s bottom line.
At the recent WebSummit technology congress in Lisbon, where a considerable focus amongst the 60,000 attendees centred on Block Chain implementation, Australian ERP developer, cloudyBoss, announced its solution: a single permission-based blockchain cluster facility offered at an almost negligible price.
cloudyBoss clients can themselves create any number of rings/clusters, each scalable to an unlimited number of permissioned nodes, all in seconds, no technical skills required. In fact, it takes no longer than a minute to create a private block-chained secure cluster which can be used to exchange data securely within any group - be it in two organisations or between multiple organisations. These clusters are referred to as a SKYE (of clouds).
The cloudyBoss SKYE solution is based on its affordably structured, ‘pay as you grow’ ERP model which together with many future-proof features, already has this unique blockchain cluster SKYE facility embedded within the $1 per day ERP framework.
“At the recent WebSummit in Lisbon,” CEO Lou Schillaci stated, “I discovered the level of enthusiasm for our user-definable private block-chained clusters was very high indeed. Considering that this is one of many technologies embedded in our NEXT+ enterprise management engine, we anticipate a very high take-up of this product.”
CTO, Giovanni Di Noto followed up by saying: “Business networks of all scale and complexity are set to quickly adopt the SKYE technology, as they realise that this simple $1 per day solution will save them millions of dollars in interface maintenance, and provide all the solutions they currently require to security, data integrity and un-hackable data repositories.”
For more information contact CEO, Lou Schillaci.
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