Using the right blockchain in the right way can reduce administrative burdens, improve trust in your products, services, systems and processes, and future proof your competitiveness in a global market.

We offer software specification and consulting services and executive training to organisations who are considering blockchain as a tool for process improvement, or simply want to understand the technology in order to make effective decisions.

Kate is very pro-active, VERY knowledgeable and definitely cutting edge. A pleasure to work with.

Blockchain for Innovation and Growth

Blockchain, cryptocurrency and wider distributed ledger technologies are emerging as game-changers in every sector of society and industry. Are they needed in your business?

Kate draws on three decades of business experience and knowledge of financial, security and regulatory requirements. Services include:

  • Business case for blockchain adoption
  • Process flow analysis and structure
  • Scoping for software development.

Contact us to book an initial consultation and discuss your requirements.

Executive Training and Workshops

One to one or small group sessions with decision makers, C-suite and Non-Executive Directors. These help to build an understanding of blockchain and cryptocurrency that can aid informed decision making.

Choose from:

  • A 1hr introductory presentation and Q&A tailored to your industry
  • A 3 hr workshop on process improvement and building trust with consumers and stakeholders.

Delivered in person or virtually. Contact us for rates and availability.

How did Blockchain begin?

Blockchain began life as the system underpinning Bitcoin, the world's first decentralised currency. Bitcoin was thirty years in the making, starting with the work of cryptographers such as Ralph Merkle and David Chaum in the late 1970s and early 1980s. It evolved alongside credit cards and digital payment systems like PayPal. In the 1990s the Crypto Anarchist movement and the Cypher Punks started to look at how peer to peer payments and contracts might work, in other words payments or contracts that could be trusted without the involvement of a central authority (like a bank or even a government).

On 31st October 2008, "Satoshi Nakamoto" published a short paper entitled "Bitcoin: A Peer to Peer Electronic Cash System." The first Bitcoin was created on 3rd January 2009.

Blockchain Books and Videos

Social impact projects, FinTech initiatives, supply chain and provenance systems, data management, and decentralised process automations are being developed on a variety of platforms across the globe. Kate's books and videos build a clear picture of the complex landscape and its possibilities.