Fujitsu has created a new service to accelerate the development of blockchain solutions. The service enables 360° deep dive analysis of blockchain use cases. This tests the feasibility and identifies potential application components for the construction of the app.

Risks and pitfalls in the use cases are also investigated in the analyses. The service also gives advice on how to limit this as much as possible, according to Fujitsu.

Thanks to the closed way in which transactions are processed, Blockchain has a great deal of influence on existing business models. But for many solutions it is difficult to move from potential use cases to the actual adoption of the product, service or solution.

Fujitsu’s new service aims to address this weakness in the development of blockchain solutions, based on independent analysis and advice from blockchain experts. The service provides customers with access to business and legal context, overall architecture and blockchain code control. Failed blockchain projects are given a second chance thanks to new codes.

Four phases

The analysis in the new service consists of four phases. In the first phase, the workshop, each potential use case is examined in detail. The second phase, assessment, allows experts to examine all aspects of the potential development in an average of five days. This concerns, for example, the application and the business architecture, but also the smart contract and the front-end code.

The findings are collected in a management report, the third phase. It also contains recommendations for the design and dimensioning of the use case. It also contains detailed follow-up steps. Finally, the report is presented to the customer.

The deep dive analysis is now available from 14.900 euro. Prices vary according to the complexity of the use case.

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