Boardwalktech was the first company to deliver a digital ledger Blockchain database designed specifically for collaborative, multi-party enterprise applications. Our method for organizing and managing enterprise information is called a Cuboid and is patented. Today, Boardwalktech is the only company with patented digital ledger database technology for Blockchain applications.
Most companies have concerns about the quality and origin of their enterprise data. With Boardwalk, all changes are immutable, automatically versioned, and fully auditable. This brings knowing the provenance of your enterprise data to a new level.
Boardwalk controls permissions and access at the granularity of business-- the cell. This means when multi-party exchange participants interact with your enterprise process data, you're ensured that they are only accessing and updating what you want them to.
Multi-party data exchanges require flexible, workflow based consensus capabilities. With Boardwalk, multi-party data exchanges leveraging access control can happen simultaneously with different participants only affecting their data without overwrite. This enables powerful workflow based consensus capabilities.
Many companies lack a trusted third-party environment for their enterprise data-- for any application. With blockchain, enterprises can now leverage permissioned blockchains which support restricting participants interacting with process data and enabling a transaction data consensus verification process which can be trusted by all parties involved.
Boardwalk enables process participants to interact with process and Blockchain data through the Boardwalk Virtual Machine from any device/platform which means multi-party applications are able to reach all required participants in the extended enterprise.
Enterprise applications typically have multiple participants that cross enterprise boundaries all with different data and consensus requirements. Boardwalk supports powerful and flexible on and off-chain smart contract capabilities without requiring complex coding as part of its workflow consensus capabilities.