Blockchain is now firmly established as one of the most dynamic and disruptive forces in the current technology landscape. Data and transactions can now be verified with certainty without the need for any centralized authority, giving rise to many different use cases across the enterprise.
At Luxoft, we have been investigating blockchain as a means of solving some of the age-old problems that have traditionally plagued across industries. There are opportunities to streamline our client’s systems, particularly around data issues, including recording, reconciliation and sharing across distributed systems and multiple locations. Not only does it offer clients the potential to gain efficiencies in terms of costs and resourcing, but it is also opening up new business opportunities. .
Every technology landscape is unique and, as such, no client solution is the same. We take a consultative approach to every implementation, starting with an assessment of your existing environment.
This is undertaken by our consultants, who all have experience within multiple industries. This experience ensures an accurate understanding of your existing infrastructure and business objectives.
As the technology environment is constantly evolving at great speed, we invest heavily into our consultants’ training to ensure they’re always on the leading edge of the technology curve.
We take a considered approach to every project we undertake – evaluating the range of available technologies and recommending the most suitable technology stack based on your requirements. We only ever advocate the use of something as cutting edge as blockchain if we are sure it complements your objectives.
Our consultants work with multiple partner consultancies and vendors to maintain a technology-neutral position when it comes to architecture, and only choose platforms we know will meet your needs today and in the future.
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