Blockchain has the potential to transform key industries, including financial services, utilities, logistics and more, but the first step is truly understanding the technology at its heart.
By demystifing the blockchain technology, and providing you with the skills & practical know-how needed to initiate and manage blockchain programmes within your own teams and firms, this course will enable you to join the flow of investment and take your business to the next level.
TechNOVA is delivering this interactive training course to help leading technology and business professionals get to grips with this exciting technology and understand its potential impact.
this course you will:
Understand where blockchain came from and who the key players in the space are
Learn in detail how the technology works
Explore case studies and see first-hand how it works
Discover current uses of blockchain and the pros and cons that have been identified
Take the first steps towards working out what blockchain might mean for your team, company and industry
How will your
Simplified IT infrastructure
Improved cyber security
Reduced cost of service
Instant clearing and settlement
“Great experience to learn essentials and potentials of blockchain. An eye opener indeed”
“Very informative. Definitely understand the benefits and pitfalls better”
“The course met my objectives of helping me grasp the basics of blockchain, of exploring use cases and of meeting others in business doing likewise”
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Thursday, 28 February 2019
Course trainer, Distlytics
With over 25 years of commercial experience in a variety of industries, including retail, pharmaceuticals, commodities trading and insurance, Gary has acknowledged expertise in Business Intelligence, Data Analytics and Distributed Ledger Technology. He is a Chartered IT Professional (CITP) registered with the British Computer Society (BCS) and holds the ISEB Diploma in Business Analysis. He is regularly requested to provide education, advisory and consultancy services to organisations ranging from multi-national insurance companies through to startups using Initial Coin Offering (ICO) to fund raise.