PR: Unibright and NEM Announcing A Strategic Partnership
Unibright (“blockchain agnostic integration framework”) and NEM (“out-of-the-box”, enterprise-grade blockchain platform”) are looking forward to come together and initiate an official strategic partnership.
Unibright and NEM plan to establish the strategic partnership by integrating their respective systems. This plan will involve Unibright adding NEM oriented code generation to its framework and NEM on the other hand adding Unibright to its NEMsp program.
It is through this partnership that will see Unibright developers receive blockchain training as well as certification via the Global NEMsp Network. Nemsp (NEM Service Partner) provides a platform in which qualified partners receive business benefits and technical skills. It is from this integration that Unibright is going to benefit with such perks. Furthermore, the partnership will also see Unibright clients get integrated on the NEM Blockchain and scale irrespective of those clients’ specialization, experience and/or industry.
The two platforms’ partnership involves:
- NEM will be added as a target of Unibright’s automatic blockchain code generation
- NEM adapters will be added to the integration platform of Unibright, connecting the NEM architectures to the current IT landscapes
- Unibright developers to receive training and certification using the Global NEMsp Network to qualify them as officials in the NEM platform
- The two will work together and collaborate with industry partners and clients on common projects as well as proof of concepts and case studies.
NEM Interim President, Kristof Van de Rek said that the NEMsp Network is a repeatable and scalable program that can have NEM platform globally adopted at the same time creating the much-needed value for the network’s partners. Considering that the NEMsp can automatically develop and deploy a project in its entirety, partners will not have the need to hire internal technical staff to build on the NEM Blockchain, thus saving time and money. Furthermore, developing and deploying projects becomes even easier as Unibright generates code automatically. This ability makes Unibright a perfect partner for the NEMsp network. The president closed by saying that NEM is looking forward to a longer and more mutually beneficial working relationship with Unibright.
Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Unibright, Marten Jung added that they are confident that enterprise clients will utilize only those blockchain platforms that will provide them with a system in which they can scale their projects to the highest level possible, and a platform in which they can carry out quick pilot projects to get viable solutions. He says that NEM delivers on this very efficiently. He further says that it is the perfect match for Unibright framework and that they are looking forward to pushing this project and partnership to its level best.
Unibright has just completed the first training phase given by Joris H, a NEM Solutions Architect. This training happened at Unibright’s headquarters in Bingen, Germany. After this training, NEM Solutions Architect will check Unibright’s test project and confirm whether it is a working solution then proceed with the certification.
Launched in March 2015, NEM is an “out-of-the-box” enterprise-grade blockchain platform. The platform has some of the best features in this industry. The blockchain features include customizable assets, multi-signature account contracts, a naming system, an Eigentrust reputation system as well as an encrypted messaging service. NEM allows companies with legacy systems to “plug ‘n play” on the platform.
With its unified framework, Unibright enables users to fully utilize the features inherent in the blockchain and smart contracts. Thanks to its “no-coding-needed”, the system is able to automatically generate smart contracts, deploy and update projects into different blockchains. Unibright platform also works with visual, usecase-related templates and has the ability to integrate the existing IT systems automatically into the blockchain.