Apla has announced its partnership with the Centre for Good Governance (CGG) Hyderabad, Government of Telangana to deliver blockchain infrastructure, application and services to government entities in India as well as in other regions in the near future. The partnership is part of the organization’s strategic plan to continue to expand its regional presence in the Middle East and South Asia.
“We’re seeing a growing number of organizations across the public sector beginning to explore how blockchain technology can help streamline or modernize operations and are excited to deliver blockchain solutions in collaboration with CGG,” commented Muhammed Arafath, Executive Director at Apla.
“With the project in India currently in its roll-out phase, we are also exploring various use cases across Smartcity projects and eGovernment cloud computing initiatives and we look forward to expanding our partnership with different technology companies in A.I. and IoT across different markets in the Middle East, Asia and Africa. The UAE, being an international tech and innovation hub, is one of our main focus markets as well.”
Making it easier and more efficient to access emerging technologies such as A.I. and blockchain, Apla together with its delivery partner CGG, enable government entities in India now to accelerate the deployment of digital services that are smarter, more resilient, secure and better integrated.
“Blockchain powered government brings a whole new dimension to innovation, trust and governance. At CGG, we are committed to evaluate and deliver a secure, fast, agile and transparent Blockchain infrastructure to various Indian government entities with the aim to replicate this successful model in the market that we can gain access to,” added ex IAS Officer Rajendra Nimje, Director General of Center for Good Governance.
The Apla smart platform and blockchain solutions enable governments and organizations to quickly and easily build robust blockchain ecosystems that address the challenges of establishing provenance, authentication and reconciliation faced by many industry sectors, including central and local government as well as other public and private sector bodies. The platform is a regulated ecosystem that uses ‘Smart Law’ technology that operates above the levels of protocols and is purpose-built to be seamlessly and securely interoperable with other legacy systems.