New Cointelegraph Consulting Division to Boost B2B Blockchain Adoption
Nov. 15, 2019, Singapore — Cointelegraph is set to launch a consulting division to advance blockchain adoption among the largest enterprise players.
Nov. 15, 2019, Singapore — Cointelegraph is set to launch a consulting division to advance blockchain adoption among the largest enterprise players. Cointelegraph Consulting's major new initiative is focused on building partnerships with most trusted solution providers. The new division plans to handpick blockchain vendors with the capacity to deliver on what they promise to the enterprise world. This vendor selection is based on a set of criteria including the technology itself, the team in place and a track record of successful implementation. Furthermore, Cointelegraph will assist enterprise customers at every stage of blockchain implementation — from identifying use cases, reviewing and analyzing vendors, to providing assistance in launching the solution.
Cointelegraph Consulting is led by industry veterans, technology analysts and experienced management consultants with previous experience at Boston Consulting Group, Accenture and McKinsey.
Arsenii Dain, Managing Director of Cointelegraph Consulting: “Cointelegraph’s six-year expertise and wide network across blockchain startups and technology leaders puts it in an ideal position to boost enterprise blockchain adoption. Cointelegraph’s mission is to connect our enterprise customers with blockchain vendors, and ultimately ensure that blockchain-powered tech brings tangible value to businesses.”
The first technology partner to join Cointelegraph’s corporate business is Insolar. No stranger to the enterprise world, Insolar was founded by former Goldman Sachs executives and is led by technology evangelists who previously deployed blockchain tech at a leading European bank.
Peter Fedchenkov, Founder and Chief Revenue Officer of Insolar: “While many forward-looking enterprises are actively exploring blockchain opportunities, only 7% of all blockchain pilots go into production. This is due to the fact that the market is still dominated by projects with little hands-on experience in enterprise environments and immature technologies that deliver limited value to business. Our entire team has experience both at Fortune 500 companies and in successfully implementing enterprise blockchain solutions. Together with Cointelegraph, we look forward to expanding our reach in successfully implementing blockchain.”
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Insolar is a global technology company building enterprise blockchain solutions. Insolar counts Microsoft, Oracle, UC Berkeley, AT Kearney and Innosuisse among its partners and customers. Insolar has some of the best distributed ledger technology talent with an 80-person-strong team (55 of them in R&D), which includes research hubs in Toronto and Zurich.
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