Gartner Market Report: A Global Top 20 Blockchain Consulting and Development Firm
Gartner has selected Applied Blockchain as one of a small number of companies for their “Market Guide for Blockchain Consulting and Proof-of-Concept Development Services”, published on 22nd February 2017.
As a global view of the leading blockchain consultancies and development firms, other vendors on the list include many of the world’s largest consultancies, where Applied Blockchain was one of only 4 startups selected globally and the only UK based startup on the list.
Based at Level39, Applied Blockchain has been demonstrating their expert technical understanding of blockchain technology and solution delivery for the last two years, building over 10 blockchain solutions for clients across banking, trade finance, aviation, invoice financing, recruitment, supply chain management, payments, energy and healthcare, where many of these solutions are now moving towards a live launch.
Peter Bidewell, Chief Marketing Officer of Applied Blockchain, commented:
“As an expert team of blockchain developers and consultants, we take a pragmatic approach to building blockchain solutions, bridging the gap between the capabilities of the technology today and enterprise solution requirements.”
Enquiries: Adi Ben-Ari, Chief Executive Officer, Applied Blockchain, firstname.lastname@example.org
About Applied Blockchain: Applied Blockchain is a blockchain applications development company, focusing on distributed ledger technology and smart contracts, based in the Level39 Fintech Accelerator in London.
About Gartner: Gartner is the world’s leading information technology research and advisory company. Founded in 1979, Gartner is headquartered in Stamford, Connecticut, USA, and has 7,900 associates, including over 1,700 research analysts and consultants, and clients in more than 90 countries.
About Level39: The Level39 Technology Accelerator, owned by the Canary Wharf Group, launched in March 2013. The 80,000 square foot accelerator now operates across three floors of One Canary Square and is home to over 200 technology startups.