Anti-forgery program developed by AP.LLC and ontology currently available for ZAICO customers
Network of ontologies, a high-performance open source blockchain focused on identity and digital data, writes in a blog dated Oct. 1 as of Sept. 21, 2021, Ontology, in collaboration with AP. SARL, a Japanese consulting firm with “strong ties” to local research institutes and researchers, confirmed that its “jointly developed blockchain-based anti-forgery program has been linked to the inventory management system of ZAICO, a cloud-based inventory management software company.
Created in 2017, Ontology is a “high performance” public blockchain (without authorization) specializing in identities and decentralized data. With a comprehensive suite of out-of-the-box applications, Ontology “is gaining worldwide attention as a platform that promotes blockchain-based solutions for businesses,” the company says.
This year, Ontology’s presence in Japan has “grown significantly as its native ‘ONT’ token has been listed on local crypto exchanges. Decurret and Huobi Japan. “
As mentioned in the blog post, ontology and AP.LLC have “explored ways to implement Ontology’s blockchain-based program in the inventory management solution provided by ZAICO to improve traceability, transparency and reliability.”
They update further noted:
“Now that program development is complete, customers will be able to use tamper-proof, accurate, and traceable blockchain-based inventory management with unprocessed inventory data from the ZAICO system at a significantly lower cost. “
The announcement also mentioned that the program uses ZAICO’s CSV output function and inventory data logging / retrieval APIs, “and is very user-friendly, requiring only a few steps to complete.” Inventory data is “encrypted and recorded on the Ontology blockchain, ensuring it remains secure,” the blog notes.
As explained in the update, the data recorded on the Ontology blockchain can be “verified later to attest to its authenticity”. The Ontology team added that this web-based program is designed to be widely used “not only in inventory management systems, but also in other types of systems that manage ledgers.”
By holding the ZAPC utility token during program implementation, the data logging screen and the verification screen “can be customized according to the service, allowing it to be developed as the company’s own service. ‘user,’ the blog noted.
You can contact the development department of AP.LLC “if you want to adopt this service for your own business or application”.
As previously stated, the Ontology blockchain aims to increase “privacy, transparency and trust”. The high-speed, low-cost Layer 2 blockchain is “designed to give users and businesses the flexibility to create blockchain-based solutions that meet their needs, while ensuring regulatory compliance.”
Using Ontology’s Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM), Ontology “provides frictionless compatibility with Ethereum, the first step in building the Ontology multi-virtual machine and increased interoperability for the chain.”
As noted in the update, ZAICO is cloud-based inventory management software that has been “supported by a total of 120,000 users”. It is a free service that can be “used on PCs, tablets, iPads, iPhones and Android applications, and supports the smooth development of businesses by optimizing inventory management as well as reducing the number of people and the costs involved in inventory management “.
A series of research support services, including ZAICO, “have been accredited by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) as “Research Support Services Partnership Accreditation System” on April 1, 2020. “
ZAICO continues to “expand and improve its services and functions to help improve the research environment in Japan, promote science and technology, and promote innovation.” .