the trust infrastructure for cooperative ecosystems
Trustful digital transformation
With evan.network, we provide the technical and legal framework for the
future of the decentralized market economy based on blockchain technology.
Markets are in a state of upheaval. Digitization creates new markets and transforms existing ones. Increasingly, values are being created through cooperation, machines are being shared as autonomous actors in business processes, and resources are being shared between business partners – all based on digital infrastructure.
Companies network with their business partners and interact securely, automatically and trustworthily. Digital Identities turn goods into active and autonomous participants in business relationships. We make the Economy of Things possible.
Data sovereignty, security, and independence
evan.network abolishes dependencies on monopolistic platforms and the associated information asymmetries and thus creates competitive advantages for each shareholder. Their data sovereignty and independence are secured due to the decentralized technology and the neutral business organization.
Our Mission – Decentralized Platform Economy
Our mission is to connect companies with their business partners in a secure, efficient, automated and trustworthy manner, without having to give up their data sovereignty, as is the case with central platforms.
Competitive advantages can be generated by the cooperation of the market participants on the evan.network. The evan.network is already used by well-known companies in different industries.
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Trust is the most important asset for all business relationships. Especially in multi-stage supply chains, where lack of transparency is already present, it becomes difficult for companies and end customers to have confidence in products and services.
Blockchain models follow a new logic: Coopetition. Cooperative approach of Coopetition completes the technological dimension of blockchain.
More than any other places, the port of Hamburg impressively illustrates how many different players are involved in the logistics processes. In a project which is funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, a total of ten northern German partners are working under the coordination of the Logistics Initiative Hamburg to develop and test a blockchain solution for small and medium-sized companies in the context of logistics.