Fujitsu announces a powerful new service to help customers accelerate the enterprise development of blockchain solutions, ensuring they meet strategic objectives from business, technology and legal perspectives.
The new Fujitsu 360 Degree Blockchain Use Case Deep-Dive service tests critical viability, focusing on existing use cases and identifies the application components needed to build a production-ready blockchain application. It also identifies and provides routes to minimize risk exposure from any flaws and pitfalls in the use case.
Blockchain has the potential to create new business models and to transform businesses, through providing a new, permissioned approach for processing transactions. However, many blockchain solutions struggle to cross the chasm between identified potential use cases and production-ready solutions.
The new Fujitsu 360 Degree Blockchain Use Case Deep-Dive service addresses this weak point in the development of blockchain for enterprise, providing independent analysis and advice from blockchain experts. Customers gain access to unbiased, third-party expertise for examination of potential blockchain use cases, including the overall architecture, business and legal context, for identification of potential risks, and even for checking blockchain code. Co-creating with Fujitsu also provides opportunities to restart stalled blockchain projects, through the introduction of new code.
Frederik de Breuck, Head of Fujitsu’s Blockchain Innovation Center, comments: “Co-creation is in Fujitsu’s DNA. We work closely with customers to identify flaws, pitfalls and potential risks for each individual blockchain use case, with tactical and strategic guidance to reduce the overall risk and improve the production-readiness of customers’ plans. Customers gain the confidence that proposed blockchain solutions have passed critical viability and reliability tests. Any blockchain use case that doesn’t reach the required standards can either be stopped at an early enough stage, avoiding wasted time and money, or can be reinvigorated, thanks to Fujitsu’s deep blockchain know-how.”