Government adoption of blockchain appears to be slow but steadily rising. However, following the news last month that Poland will become the first country to use blockchain for financial records, it is fair to say that Poland is becoming a shining example of a government effectively utilizing the power of blockchain for the greater good.
Fortunately, the country’s government is not alone in pioneering this new technology, and thanks to a new partnership it appears that Poland’s blockchain scene could be catapulted into the future.
BizCode, a consulting and software development company focused on SAP Business One implementations, ERP and e-Commerce integration services, along with other business application services, has become a technology partner and value-added reseller (VAR) of the SophiaTX blockchain.
“We are very pleased to begin this new partnership with BizCode. Poland represents one of the most important economies in Europe and also globally. Additionally, it is one of the best places for technological innovation and talent” said Jaroslav Kacina, CEO of SophiaTX.
As McKinsey’s research claims, Poland has a great potential as a business leader of the future, i.e., in a service sector for companies.
The partnership allows SophiaTX to bring blockchain innovation to one of the fastest growing economies in the world. The close collaboration of the two companies is focused not only on integrating the SophiaTX blockchain into ERP systems such as SAP Business One, but also in the joint development of blockchain-based applications on SophiaTX for both the local and the global market.
Poland occupies a central strategic position in Europe. The combination of highly qualified workers and growing spend on research and development is incredibly important, not only for European but also for Non-European investors, especially from the United States and Asian who see Poland as a link between Central and Eastern Europe (100 million consumers) and Western Europe (500 million consumers). Poland is now ranked 25th worldwide in terms of GDP.