IT Firm Fujitsu to Launch a ‘Ready-to-Go’ Blockchain Service

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Fujitsu, one of the IT giants, announced that it is going to launch a new consultancy service where it would provide a “ready-to-go” minimum useful product in just five days.

According to the reports, the service will be starting at €9,900 and would include everything from basic beginning lessons on blockchain technology to estimate the proposed use case and to build a prototype by day five.

Over there clients could choose to pay more cash for having the product further developed or walk away with the work as it stands.

Chris Pilling, the lead architect at Fujitsu’s Blockchain Innovation Centre, said:

“It would be great to say, yes, we’ve met the proof of business, and they want to get the global blockchain team involved [but] we allow the customer to go away and play with the prototype.”

According to Blockchain Innovation Centre, this “proof of business” approach, in opposition to a proof-of-concept, is a method for clients to run through a business process which concentrates on creating “business value” and avoids common “pitfalls” of blockchain projects, according to Frederik de Breuck.

The aim of the service will be providing a fast way of kicking off new blockchain development or for improving the blockchain projects which are in progress.

According to Fintech Finance, de Breuck described:

“Inspired by high levels of interest from our customers, we have created this ready-to-go package not only to jump-start the customers’ blockchain efforts but also to review and improve existing projects. Available immediately across the EMEIA region, we expect this assessment to have a major impact on unlocking blockchain’s potential for business use cases.”

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