Driving the future of enterprise supply chains
Imagine a world where trust between enterprises is never in doubt. Imagine entire supply chains that circle the globe and yet are always completely secure for the customers they serve, wherever they may be. And finally, imagine a world where collaboration isn’t just a means to an end but is built-into the very fabric of a fully decentralized network of industry partners working together to solve shared issues – without the burden of traditional siloed systems and without loss of data privacy.
This is all possible today with the decentralized supply chain networks and protocols designed and facilitated by Chronicled.
We’re on a mission to bring entire industries onto our industry-driven and operated ecosystems. Not only to unlock the collaborative ROI and exponential benefits that those networks can bring to our enterprise partners, but also to reinvent the way enterprise supply chains are operated across major industries in the world so that they can be more trusted, sustainable, secure, and automated.
Building the future
In 2014, Chronicled founded the IoT and Blockchain Lab. This collaborative space was designed to drive research and develop standards for the integration of IoT and blockchain technologies.
Then, in 2016, we made this code open-source to a community of blockchain enterprises and start-ups. This fuelled the development of the Trusted IoT Alliance, which supports the creation of secure, scalable, interoperable and trusted IoT ecosystems on a global scale today.
In 2018, we renamed the Lab the Enterprise Protocol Lab to reflect our increasing emphasis on technical R&D to design unique protocol-driven solutions to solve multi-stakeholder problems with full privacy on the ledger. Some of our protocols do continue to involve IoT devices, but we have put greater and greater emphasis on building privacy-protected enterprise protocols of all kinds, which is reflected in the renaming of the Lab and our growing team of smart contract engineers and applied cryptographers.