Leading blockchain development company HashCash Consultants is working with a major US-based enterprise, aiding the latter with blockchain consulting and system integration services. The idea is to assess and determine the pain points in the existing infrastructure and then address the same with a targeted approach through blockchain system integration.
HashCash will be the chief architect behind the complete reformation and augmentation of the enterprise’s present system to develop a futuristic, responsive, and smart infrastructure.
“Blockchain technology has the potential to address and solve every constraint within legacy architecture irrespective of the sector. With that core belief, we have entered into this collaboration, which will not only help our partner enterprise to neutralize the problems within their system but together, we plan to create sustainable and innovative solutions to streamline the critical operations. We want to create a comprehensive and scalable system that will set a benchmark within the industry”, commented Raj Chowdhury, CEO, HashCash Consultants.
While the initial stage involves consultation and integration with HashCash network HC Net, there are plans to deploy industry-specific customized platforms for the partner company, enabling them to streamline the core operations. According to a company spokesperson, the initiation of partner ventures is also in the cards.
With an active presence across multiple geographies, HashCash Consultants has earned the global reputation of being one of the leading blockchain consulting services, with innovative solutions for companies interested to venture into the DLT domain. Over the years, they have set standards in the industry by deploying multiple successful pilot projects involving:
1. Direct remittance
2. Cross border trade finance
3. Payment processing solutions
4. ICO, UCO, STO, and exchange deployment
5. A blockchain gaming platform
6. DLT system integration and augmentation along with smart contract development and implementation (supply chain, pharmacy, insurance, banking, investment management, etc.)