Triad, a UK-based digital solutions consultancy has announced its partnership with Stratis Group Ltd, a Microsoft based blockchain Technology Company, to develop a parcel tracking application.
The report shared that the partnership is basically meant to bring solutions to businesses and organizations using blockchain technology.
The Purpose of the Partnership
The collaboration will enable Stratis strife to identify the area where blockchain technology is suitable to bring solutions to Triad’s clients’ business challenges.
Additionally, the partnership will bring the duo together to build, release and to market blockchain applications to aid businesses in improving their operational processes, enhance security and reduce cost to unlock ROI.
The two companies will initiate their first project with the development of a blockchain-based parcel tracking application. An already made parcel tracking blockchain application created by Triad will be transferred to Stratis platform to function on Stratis Smart Contracts.
Once a smart contract is implemented, businesses can then automate the verification and execution of deals between the two parties without the involvement of third-thirty.
Triad has been in existence, dealing with businesses, governments and third-sector organizations for the past 30 years. The company was chosen for partnership by Stratis to leverage its smart contracts written in the vastly used C# programming language on Microsoft’s .NET core framework.
The CEO of Stratis Group Ltd, Chris Trew believes that the company’s partnership with Triad is a game-changer in the industry.
Chris Trew, CEO of Stratis Group Ltd, said:
“Our partnership with Triad is a game-changer when it comes to opening up Microsoft-based blockchain applications to businesses.”
He also added that by working together in agreement, the two companies will make it easier for businesses to leverage blockchain and invent business-specific applications on a flexible and user-friendly platform.
According to the report, Triad will have to move its existing parcel tracking application to the Stratis platform to enable it to function on the recently launched Stratis Smart Contracts.
“…Beyond this, we look forward to a deep and fruitful relationship with Triad by collaborating whenever we see an opportunity for blockchain to add value to their clients,” he added.
The Managing director of Triad Group Plc, Adrian Leer said the company has found the right technology to solve its clients’ business needs. He said blockchain is capable of unlocking tangible operational efficiencies.
He furthered that the partnership with Stratis has given Triad a means to leverage the offer of a highly respected and trustworthy partner that will stand in the gap to formalize its blockchain offering.
Triad has promised to appropriately offer its customers bespoke blockchain-based solutions by working with Stratis to build these on the .NET-based Stratis Platform.