CSR Blockchain

Blockchain keeps technology honest. The former sheds light on the latter, and it’s a key ingredient in keeping cryptocurrency and other business technologies accountable. But what if blockchain could help businesses thrive while also doing social good?

Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is a major rock for many companies. It allows them to display their organizational values, serve their communities, and inspire a new generation of brand loyalists.

But just like the businesses that sponsor them, CSR initiatives require transparency in both results and processes — blockchain can do both. …

quorum blockchain

What is Quorum blockchain?

There are many types of blockchain used in various cases all around the world, Now we are going to see the most familiar Blockchain which is used in the banking sector. Yes, it is Quorum. It is the latest development Blockchain in Financial sector and no doubt It’s trending.

The leading investment bank JP Morgan has come up with Quorum along with Ethereum Enterprise Alliance. Already big giants in the finance sector are inclined towards this blockchain technology. It is the private Blockchain and now it is working as the bandwagon of the banking sector.

How does it work?

Quorum Blockchain is an enterprise-focused…

US Senate Committee Approves the Blockchain Promotion Act

Lawmakers from both parties on Capitol Hill are looking to define “blockchain” and see how government could use the technology.

The United States Senate committee of commerce, science and transportation approved the Blockchain Promotion Act on Tuesday.

The US Congress is moving forward on key piece of legislation designed to lay the regulatory framework for blockchain technology and to see how the government could benefit from its use.

The Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee on Tuesday approved the Blockchain Promotion Act, bipartisan legislation that directs the Department of Commerce to come up with a standard definition of “blockchain,” the…

Robotic Process Automation

What is Robotic Process Automation?

Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is at the forefront of human-computer technology and provides players in the financial services industry with a virtual workforce that is ruled based and is set up to connect with your company’s systems in the same way as your existing users. With robotics, you automate and build an automation platform for your front office, back office and support functions.

Robotic Process Automation (RPA) Benefits

24/7 BOT operation

  • 24/7 Digital workforce
  • Unattended operations
  • Real-time insights and monitoring

Clear Audit Trail

  • Audit logs for compliance
  • Management reports
  • Internal controls

Reduction of Manual errors

  • Elimination of manual errors
  • Improved data quality
  • Reduced workload


Augusta’s enterprise blockchain solutions

Augusta has built Hyperledge powered Enterprise blockchain solutions for several domains such as supply chain, healthcare, product identity, human identity, Cannabis industry ( medical marijuana) and for financial domain

As a premium partner of Google, Microsoft, IBM and Amazon, Augusta creates technologies that enhance clients business expertise and elevate the customer experience. We combine expertise, energy, and engagement to bring world-class services to enterprises across the globe.

Augusta Hitech possesses some of the great leaders of Public Enterprise Blockchains in the market, put together we have more than 4 decades of experience in the technology industry.

Industry leaders and giants…

Oncology Blockchain

With blockchain as a resource, healthcare executives help oncologists make significant strides in the way they diagnose and treat their patients

That approximately four of five hospitals have a basic electronic health record (EHR) system should be alarming for one reason: the one in five hospitals that don’t use it. That means that 20 percent of healthcare providers still rely on manual filing processes that became outdated the moment Lockheed developed an electronic system in the mid-1960s. And this shouldn’t come as a shock. …

Business Blockchain

Since the early days of the dot-com boom, we’ve been engrossed with the power of technology. Even when ambitious properties such as Pets.com and eToys proved unsustainable, we were left with a bevy of tools capable of simplifying and even solving problems.

Now, we live in a time when there is an app for any productivity issue. We can choose from thousands of solutions, each boasting impressive features that help people accomplish more in less time. One such solution that’s making waves is blockchain.

Aided by the meteoric rise of bitcoin, blockchain has technological applications that make it a viable…

Food governance blockchain

Over the past decade, the distinction between organic and conventional food has drawn a more discerning eye from consumers. From the farm to the table, food supply chains have grown in complexity and become subjected to ongoing pressures related to global compensation, regulatory controls and the ever-changing interests of customers.

But instead of focusing on organic foods in general, people spend more time trying to figure out various interpretations of “organic,” “farm-raised” and “grass-fed” through the eyes of the Food and Drug Administration. …

Seoul Blockchain

The South Korean city of Seoul will implement blockchain technology in its citizen cards. Park Won-soon, the mayor of Seoul, announced his plans to provide new services combining innovative technologies such as AI and blockchain based on the world’s best ICT infrastructure.

Park Won-soon, the mayor of Seoul, has participated in the ongoing event Korea Future Forum (KFF) 2019 & Blockchain Tech Show, reporting on the city’s achievements in embracing major technologies including blockchain and artificial intelligence.

“The value of data has become more important than ever before. Seoul City will collect urban and administrative data based on the world’s…

Ethereum Consortium

Member-driven blockchain standards organization the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) has released two new specifications aiming to accelerate and enhance blockchain implementation for enterprises. The news was shared with Cointelegraph in two press releases on May 13.

The EEA, which counts over 500 members, describes itself as a “standards organization whose charter is to develop open, blockchain specifications that drive harmonization and interoperability.”

One of today’s newly-released specifications is a set of standard application programming interfaces (APIs) — published as the EEA Off-Chain Trusted Compute Specification V1.0

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