Menu
Melbourne MatrixThread named Tymlez first Australian partner

Melbourne MatrixThread named Tymlez first Australian partner

Australian enterprises can prototype blockchain solutions

Credit: Dreamstime

Netherlands-based blockchain platform developer Tymlez has signed Melbourne-based MatrixThread as its first partner in Australia. 

MatrixThread particularly specialises in distributed ledger technology, artificial intelligence, machine learning and cloud infrastructure. 

The partnership will see MatrixThread use the Tymlez Blockchain Solutions Platform to help Australian companies prototype blockchain solutions and seamlessly integrate with their legacy systems, Tymlez said in a statement. 

“We have a number of use cases that are relevant for the Australian market and look forward to seeing those deployed,” Tymlez CEO, Michael Reh, said. 

MatrixThread CEO Chandra Sivasubramaniam added its primary interest was to see blockchain widely adopted by enterprises, and be the cause of making that happen. 

“Our partnership with Tymlez will enable us to stand on the shoulders of giants and increase the adoption of the platform in Australia and the region,” Sivasubramaniam said. “MatrixThread is excited to develop enterprise grade stable blockchain solutions with Tymlez and hear success stories from our customers in their blockchain journey.”

Tymlez’s customer base spans across Europe, Asia and Africa,with a number of use cases in areas such asset tracking, secure document handling and HR onboarding. It also maintains a number of partnerships with companies such as HPE, SUSE, US-based Plantation and CGI. 


Follow Us

Join the newsletter!

Or

Sign up to gain exclusive access to email subscriptions, event invitations, competitions, giveaways, and much more.

Membership is free, and your security and privacy remain protected. View our privacy policy before signing up.

Error: Please check your email address.

Tags BlockchainMatrixThreadTymlez

Brand Post

How to become the best IT MSP

This article provides guidance for managed service providers (MSPs) that want to grow their business. It is also useful for any IT service provider looking to move from the break-fix model to managed IT services.

Show Comments