Why a Proof of Concept?
Is there a real need for it?
Even we Humans needed a PoC, The Apes!
Isn't it? LOL :)
A Proof of Concept is nothing more than a feasibility test for any given idea. It’s a way to make sure if your product idea is striking a chord with your target audience at all or not.
A PoC typically helps to-
- Avoid spending a lot of money on something that is not feasible for a market or technology (Blockchain)
- Get a tangible proof if your idea is worthwhile and what environment it would need. It also aligns expectations for the future product development
How will we build your PoC?
The Process we follow
Allow us to know a bit about the idea you have. Why do you feel Blockchain would be the solution to it? Is there an existing product you referred to?
If you think the Idea is quite unique, we won't hesitate to sign an NDA if required.
Now that we understand the idea, we would charter a small plan for the execution and delivery of the PoC. Once we mutually agree upon the proposed plan, making further changes would really be unreasonable. So this becomes the most important step.
Your feedback (if any) to the proposed plans would be much appreciated.
We would start coding from this stage. Give us 3 weeks and we will come back with a working PoC. Just share with us the cloud instance details, in-case you wanna see the work-in-progress.
We have our history with IBM Cloud, Oracle Cloud, AWS, Google Cloud, Digital Ocean as some of the cloud providers.
You have a working PoC now. Feel free to share it with your network and get feedback from them. If you need to enhance the features or want to take the idea to next level with us, we would love to hear back from you.
You can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Which Blockchain Framework?
To start with, we will be making all the PoCs on Hyperledger Fabric. Hyperledger Fabric allows components, such as consensus and membership services, to be plug-and-play. Hyperledger Fabric leverages container technology to host smart contracts called “chaincode” that comprise the application logic of the system.
We would be considering other frameworks like Ethereuem, Ripple, Corda, EOS and so on in future, depends on the bandwidth we will have in future. Very likely, we would be starting Ethereum PoCs by January 2019.
PoCs we have completed
We would love to share all the work we have done on Blockchain so far, but our hands are restricted, thanks to NDAs. Below are some of the PoCs we could make public with Client's consent for it-
Having a contracts between two/more parties have changed the way, after Blockchain. Now all the parties including lawyers and Government bodies can use distributed ledger technology to make this process efficient than ever.