Idea 11

AWS Advanced consulting partner

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Idea 11 is a Brisbane-based IT consulting company and AWS Advanced Consulting Partner. We specialise in AWS, IT infrastructure, managed services, security, strategy and cloud technologies. We specifically focus on Amazon Web Services and Palo Alto Networks. Our mission is to...
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10 - 49
Australia
Idea 11
AWS Advanced consulting partner
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Amazon Web Services, AWS (DevOps), Palo Alto Networks, IT Infrastructure, and Managed Services

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Blockchain technology is the best-in-class technology to address the common pain-points of a start-up. Maybe that is one of the reasons startup entrepreneurs are so passionate about the blockchain technology.   They have explored the technology capabilities in various sectors, including banking, capital markets, governance, healthcare, and pharmaceuticals, among others.  Blockchain is a peer-to-peer series of locked digital data repositories (the blocks). These blocks are linked together (the chain) and continuously checks each other for error. It is essentially a shared database filled with entries that must be confirmed and encrypted. It is designed to record transactions or digital interactions. It makes technology the most secure way to store sensitive information.  Also, there are added advantages of blockchain that propel the momentum of the existing business operations.   Decentralized  Data protected against malicious attacks and technical failures  Great transparency  No middle man commission - reduced cost   Why startup uses blockchain technology,   Funding is a critical aspect of any startup. Blockchain opens the door for Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) which is usually restricted due to government policies and other regulations  All the accounting and financial data can be made secure and accessible to all the authorized stakeholders of the company  Business owners can have data from all the previous customer queries. By acting on these queries, customer support can become fast and efficient  Startups can maintain a record of products that they use during their operation. It helps to trace the product during the entire operation and check whether they have any faulty or duplicate product in operation.   Most people see blockchain technology as a cryptocurrency, but very few know that blockchain technology has far more applications than mere cryptocurrency. Blockchain technology is centralized around a token-based system, and based on it; new avenues are explored for its implementation.   Here are the courageous few who have implemented blockchain technology for their start-ups.  1) StaTwig Technologies  This India based company is focusing on transforming extended supply chain management in the food and life sciences sectors. They are the two sensitive areas were tracking the expiry of the product as well as fake products are essential. StaTwig’s blockchain cloud platform allows customers to monitor products in the extended supply chain. They can continuously track the product's health information in a tamper-proof data registry, provide permissioned access to the information on-demand, and prevent third-party interference to data or contracts.  2) Hedera Hashgraph  Hedera Hashgraph is a public ledger- it means a secure, shared database that everyone can read from and write to. The public ledger is stored on the main nodes initially run by the Hedera Governing Council. “Acoer” developer of blockchain-enabled applications recently used Hedera Hashgraph technology to release updates on the Coronavirus outbreak with its HashLog data visualization engine. It helps healthcare and life sciences clients to easily track the progress and condition of the deadly virus or any crucial information related to epidemics.  3) Colendi  High-interest rate of credit cards is a significant concern for all the users. Besides that, the customers having a good track record can only posses the credit card. To solve this issue, Colendi has a new micro-financing idea. It is a Fintech company that introduced a blockchain-based democratized credit scoring evaluation method. It offers instant credit with optimized rates and lets you enjoy financial freedom anywhere in the world. Colendi’s credit score provides a novel alternative for the current financial technology landscape.  4) ODEM  ODEM is probably making the Blockchain worth. It is the world's first decentralized on-demand education marketplace. It enables professors and students to interact directly and participate in the exchange of education and learning, without the involvement of intermediaries or high-end institute. It means education becoming cheaper.  5) Authenteq  Authenteq allows customers to verify their identity through any channel without compromising their privacy. A blockchain-based, self-owned & controlled digital ID. It is fully automated, and it works seamlessly throughout your mobile and desktop channels.  6) Photo Chain  It is a decentralized stock photography platform built on the blockchain. The technology enables photographers to claim up to 95 percent of their potential earnings. The company's Digital Copyright Chain (DCC) solution ensures all copyrights and protections are in place. It helps to eliminate the copyright issues currently observed in the stock photography market.  7) Ship Chain  This start-up wants to take logistics to a new level. They have integrated blockchain to track the entire freight process from start to finish. It allows for an efficient logistics process across the whole supply chain. Every shipment is federated & validated in transparent blockchain contracts. The business owners have complete control over who & how their data is queried.  8) Buzz Show  Buzz shows incorporate blockchain technology to the music industry. It is a decentralized social video ecosystem with a full economic cycle and rewards for viewing, sharing, creating and curating videos. The most exciting thing about this platform is that it rewards viewers each time they watch something on Buzz show or invite friends.  The blockchain technology is not just influencing the business regimes but also leaving their footprints to government affairs. Recently, leading South Korean politician Ahn Chul-soo announced that their new party would use a blockchain-powered platform for voting, accounting, and budgetary matters – in an effort to boost transparency.
Blockchain technology is the best-in-class technology to address the common pain-points of a start-up. Maybe that is one of the reasons startup entrepreneurs are so passionate about the blockchain technology.   They have explored the technology capabilities in various sectors, including banking, capital markets, governance, healthcare, and pharmaceuticals, among others.  Blockchain is a peer-to-peer series of locked digital data repositories (the blocks). These blocks are linked together (the chain) and continuously checks each other for error. It is essentially a shared database filled with entries that must be confirmed and encrypted. It is designed to record transactions or digital interactions. It makes technology the most secure way to store sensitive information.  Also, there are added advantages of blockchain that propel the momentum of the existing business operations.   Decentralized  Data protected against malicious attacks and technical failures  Great transparency  No middle man commission - reduced cost   Why startup uses blockchain technology,   Funding is a critical aspect of any startup. Blockchain opens the door for Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) which is usually restricted due to government policies and other regulations  All the accounting and financial data can be made secure and accessible to all the authorized stakeholders of the company  Business owners can have data from all the previous customer queries. By acting on these queries, customer support can become fast and efficient  Startups can maintain a record of products that they use during their operation. It helps to trace the product during the entire operation and check whether they have any faulty or duplicate product in operation.   Most people see blockchain technology as a cryptocurrency, but very few know that blockchain technology has far more applications than mere cryptocurrency. Blockchain technology is centralized around a token-based system, and based on it; new avenues are explored for its implementation.   Here are the courageous few who have implemented blockchain technology for their start-ups.  1) StaTwig Technologies  This India based company is focusing on transforming extended supply chain management in the food and life sciences sectors. They are the two sensitive areas were tracking the expiry of the product as well as fake products are essential. StaTwig’s blockchain cloud platform allows customers to monitor products in the extended supply chain. They can continuously track the product's health information in a tamper-proof data registry, provide permissioned access to the information on-demand, and prevent third-party interference to data or contracts.  2) Hedera Hashgraph  Hedera Hashgraph is a public ledger- it means a secure, shared database that everyone can read from and write to. The public ledger is stored on the main nodes initially run by the Hedera Governing Council. “Acoer” developer of blockchain-enabled applications recently used Hedera Hashgraph technology to release updates on the Coronavirus outbreak with its HashLog data visualization engine. It helps healthcare and life sciences clients to easily track the progress and condition of the deadly virus or any crucial information related to epidemics.  3) Colendi  High-interest rate of credit cards is a significant concern for all the users. Besides that, the customers having a good track record can only posses the credit card. To solve this issue, Colendi has a new micro-financing idea. It is a Fintech company that introduced a blockchain-based democratized credit scoring evaluation method. It offers instant credit with optimized rates and lets you enjoy financial freedom anywhere in the world. Colendi’s credit score provides a novel alternative for the current financial technology landscape.  4) ODEM  ODEM is probably making the Blockchain worth. It is the world's first decentralized on-demand education marketplace. It enables professors and students to interact directly and participate in the exchange of education and learning, without the involvement of intermediaries or high-end institute. It means education becoming cheaper.  5) Authenteq  Authenteq allows customers to verify their identity through any channel without compromising their privacy. A blockchain-based, self-owned & controlled digital ID. It is fully automated, and it works seamlessly throughout your mobile and desktop channels.  6) Photo Chain  It is a decentralized stock photography platform built on the blockchain. The technology enables photographers to claim up to 95 percent of their potential earnings. The company's Digital Copyright Chain (DCC) solution ensures all copyrights and protections are in place. It helps to eliminate the copyright issues currently observed in the stock photography market.  7) Ship Chain  This start-up wants to take logistics to a new level. They have integrated blockchain to track the entire freight process from start to finish. It allows for an efficient logistics process across the whole supply chain. Every shipment is federated & validated in transparent blockchain contracts. The business owners have complete control over who & how their data is queried.  8) Buzz Show  Buzz shows incorporate blockchain technology to the music industry. It is a decentralized social video ecosystem with a full economic cycle and rewards for viewing, sharing, creating and curating videos. The most exciting thing about this platform is that it rewards viewers each time they watch something on Buzz show or invite friends.  The blockchain technology is not just influencing the business regimes but also leaving their footprints to government affairs. Recently, leading South Korean politician Ahn Chul-soo announced that their new party would use a blockchain-powered platform for voting, accounting, and budgetary matters – in an effort to boost transparency.

Blockchain technology is the best-in-class technology to address the common pain-points of a start-up. Maybe that is one of the reasons startup entrepreneurs are so passionate about the blockchain technology.  

They have explored the technology capabilities in various sectors, including banking, capital markets, governance, healthcare, and pharmaceuticals, among others. 

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Blockchain is a peer-to-peer series of locked digital data repositories (the blocks). These blocks are linked together (the chain) and continuously checks each other for error. It is essentially a shared database filled with entries that must be confirmed and encrypted. It is designed to record transactions or digital interactions. It makes technology the most secure way to store sensitive information. 

Also, there are added advantages of blockchain that propel the momentum of the existing business operations.  

  • Decentralized 
  • Data protected against malicious attacks and technical failures 
  • Great transparency 
  • No middle man commission - reduced cost  

Why startup uses blockchain technology,  

  • Funding is a critical aspect of any startup. Blockchain opens the door for Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) which is usually restricted due to government policies and other regulations 
  • All the accounting and financial data can be made secure and accessible to all the authorized stakeholders of the company 
  • Business owners can have data from all the previous customer queries. By acting on these queries, customer support can become fast and efficient 
  • Startups can maintain a record of products that they use during their operation. It helps to trace the product during the entire operation and check whether they have any faulty or duplicate product in operation.  

Most people see blockchain technology as a cryptocurrency, but very few know that blockchain technology has far more applications than mere cryptocurrency. Blockchain technology is centralized around a token-based system, and based on it; new avenues are explored for its implementation.  

Here are the courageous few who have implemented blockchain technology for their start-ups. 

1) StaTwig Technologies 

This India based company is focusing on transforming extended supply chain management in the food and life sciences sectors. They are the two sensitive areas were tracking the expiry of the product as well as fake products are essential. StaTwig’s blockchain cloud platform allows customers to monitor products in the extended supply chain. They can continuously track the product's health information in a tamper-proof data registry, provide permissioned access to the information on-demand, and prevent third-party interference to data or contracts. 

2) Hedera Hashgraph 

Hedera Hashgraph is a public ledger- it means a secure, shared database that everyone can read from and write to. The public ledger is stored on the main nodes initially run by the Hedera Governing Council. “Acoer” developer of blockchain-enabled applications recently used Hedera Hashgraph technology to release updates on the Coronavirus outbreak with its HashLog data visualization engine. It helps healthcare and life sciences clients to easily track the progress and condition of the deadly virus or any crucial information related to epidemics. 

3) Colendi 

High-interest rate of credit cards is a significant concern for all the users. Besides that, the customers having a good track record can only posses the credit card. To solve this issue, Colendi has a new micro-financing idea. It is a Fintech company that introduced a blockchain-based democratized credit scoring evaluation method. It offers instant credit with optimized rates and lets you enjoy financial freedom anywhere in the world. Colendi’s credit score provides a novel alternative for the current financial technology landscape

4) ODEM 

ODEM is probably making the Blockchain worth. It is the world's first decentralized on-demand education marketplace. It enables professors and students to interact directly and participate in the exchange of education and learning, without the involvement of intermediaries or high-end institute. It means education becoming cheaper. 

5) Authenteq 

Authenteq allows customers to verify their identity through any channel without compromising their privacy. A blockchain-based, self-owned & controlled digital ID. It is fully automated, and it works seamlessly throughout your mobile and desktop channels. 

6) Photo Chain 

It is a decentralized stock photography platform built on the blockchain. The technology enables photographers to claim up to 95 percent of their potential earnings. The company's Digital Copyright Chain (DCC) solution ensures all copyrights and protections are in place. It helps to eliminate the copyright issues currently observed in the stock photography market. 

7) Ship Chain 

This start-up wants to take logistics to a new level. They have integrated blockchain to track the entire freight process from start to finish. It allows for an efficient logistics process across the whole supply chain. Every shipment is federated & validated in transparent blockchain contracts. The business owners have complete control over who & how their data is queried. 

8) Buzz Show 

Buzz shows incorporate blockchain technology to the music industry. It is a decentralized social video ecosystem with a full economic cycle and rewards for viewing, sharing, creating and curating videos. The most exciting thing about this platform is that it rewards viewers each time they watch something on Buzz show or invite friends. 

The blockchain technology is not just influencing the business regimes but also leaving their footprints to government affairs. Recently, leading South Korean politician Ahn Chul-soo announced that their new party would use a blockchain-powered platform for voting, accounting, and budgetary matters – in an effort to boost transparency.

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1/88 Brandl St Brisbane Technology Park Eight Mile Plains, Brisbane, Queensland 4113
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