Trace Labs, a blockchain applications development company, and AppsPro, a service provider for Oracle solutions and technologies implementations, announced a partnership that will bring blockchain solutions, based on the open-source OriginTrail protocol, closer to enterprise and government users of Oracle’s solutions.
AppsPro is an Oracle Platinum Partner with a strong presence in the Middle East region. Its top consulting and delivery team is recognized for its execution of large-scale projects for private corporations, public sector organizations, government ministries, and the defense sector. Trace Labs brings strong blockchain technology expertise to this partnership. It is the core development company of the OriginTrail protocol, which enables scalable data exchange for supply chain use.
AppsPro’s customers can now use the OriginTrail protocol to achieve end-to-end traceability in their supply chains. They can run powerful provenance and track-and-trace applications, through which the immutability of data is ensured on the blockchain. As Mr. Rani ABu Shaar, General Manager of AppsPro stated, “This partnership enables us to offer easy-to-implement, out-of-the-box blockchain solutions to our customers. Having a strong blockchain partner is a key part of staying ahead of the market in terms of the technology and IT solutions offered to the customers,”
“We see a lot of interest in the adoption of the next-generation of data exchange solutions, where trust is an inherent part of the technology. We first partnered with Oracle in 2018 and have, since then, been closely involved in its ecosystem, presented our solutions at their events, and worked directly with Oracle’s clients. Partnership with AppsPro expands that reach especially in the Arab market, which has high growth potential,” said Jurij Škornik, General Manager of Trace Labs.
AppsPro has offices in Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, Jordan, and the Netherlands. They have more than 12 years of expertise in the implementation and support of Oracle solutions and technologies in various public and private sectors. Existing implementations of the OriginTrail blockchain protocol include certifications and standard verifications for BSI, a business standards company, provenance tracking of certified halal poultry for a large European food manufacturer, and integration with Avery Dennison’s smart tags for counterfeit prevention in the fashion industry, to name just a few.