Your Enterprise Blockchain Service Provider
Providing a global permissionless Business Network and Marketplace Platform,
Based on the Public Blockchain, Big Data and Machine Learning
UNISOT™ is a revolutionary Enterprise Blockchain Service Provider that will change the core of global supply chains, while delivering fast, scalable and secure transactions by Blockchain Data Interchange BDI as well as providing global traceability and product provenance across multiple companies.
UNISOT™ emerges from the well established Business Processes in Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems – such as SAP – and we are providing immutable audit trails, security and privacy that only the public blockchain can offers.
UNISOT™ aims to facilitate a Worldwide Business Network and Ecosystem in the public blockchain, providing the tools and services to deliver efficiency, speed and insight in the world’s largest markets.
Solving the major problems in today’s global Supply Chains
UNISOT™ is a young Norwegian start-up company built on over 20 years’ experience in enterprise business integrations.
We are building an Enterprise ERP-Blockchain platform and an Open Global Business Network for Supply Chains, enabling organisations of all sizes to leverage the blockchain benefits from within their current systems.
We are providing a free blockchain ERP module as well as premium modules with SLA in an SaaS environment. UNISOT™ acts as a Firewall between your ERP system and the open public Blockchain.
UNISOT™ Blockchain modules are transparent to the organization:
ERP-Modules are Quick, Easy and Saves Costs
No blockchain knowledge required
No API programming required
No expensive investments required
No complicated integrations required
Solutions and Services
The UNISOT™ Platform facilitates incentives and increasing information sharing in global supply chains,
in a secure and cost-effective manner.
MAIN HURDLES FOR IMPLEMENTING BLOCKCHAIN
AND THE SOLUTIONS WE CAN PROVIDE
What about the legal and regulatory framework?
What about privacy policies and GDPR?
Can companies be sure that transactions are secure?
What about Return of Investment (ROI)?
Do companies need to re-educate their staff about Blockchain?
Will it be difficult or time consuming to become part of the correct network?