Distributed Information Sharing Collaborative work among trusted partners that increases productivity

Key benefits Distributed Information Sharing

  • Members operate on a permissioned platform, meaning that it is only accessible to authorized and identified parties.

  • Members each add, maintain, share and validate their own information. They then decide with whom their information can be shared.

  • Consent is traced, meaning consent-based information sharing is possible.

  • Changes can be notified to other Members who can then look at the most recent information.

  • Members can see when and by whom their information is viewed.

The benefits

  • Swifter information sharing process.

  • Increase productivity with reduced costs.

  • Improved information quality through cross-verification & validation.

  • Competitive edge through enhanced user satisfaction as the user only provides items once.

  • Favors standardization, thereby more efficiency.

  • Major contribution to digitalizing processes that are still too manual.