Benny Low, Co-Founder, DVTAVLT | DATAVLT

Benny Low, Co-Founder, DVTAVLT

instead of using expensive, questionable data to help inform engagement campaigns, businesses using datavlt can pay less to get the best information directly from customers who are already engaged and willing

Top 10 Big Data Solution Providers of 2021

Company:

DATAVLT

"DataVLT Offers End to End Information Management Tool"

DataVLT is an inexpensive, on-demand analytics platform that is powered by blockchain technology. It is designed to simplify the complexities of the science of data. Backed by artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies, DataVLT empowers companies to make practical sense of their big data and scale cost-effectively. Essentially, this is an end-to-end data/information management tool. DATAVLT was born at the beginning of 2017 to provide an agile, creative, on-demand data analytics platform, protected by blockchain, to provide users with corresponding insights. The company is based in Singapore and has the vision to inspire the future of data analytics.

DATAVLT is an agile, creative, on-demand data analytics platform, backed by Blockchain technology, designed to provide users with automated and synchronized insights. Enabled by artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies, this platform empowers companies to make practical sense of big data and scale cost-effectively. Essentially, DATAVLT is an endto-end data and information management tool.

The DVLT token is based on the Ethereum ERC20 standard. Given the specific technical requirements of the DATAVLT network, the company has plans in place to build its Blockchain system shortly. The company has put together working computational algorithms for our platform system. Owing to the importance of data privacy regulations, only our chosen Pilot Partners will have the luxury of experiencing our working prototype.

"Instead of using expensive, questionable data to help inform engagement campaigns, businesses using DATAVLT can pay less to get the best information directly from customers who are already engaged and willing." says Benny Low, Co-Founder, DVTAVLT. The company values the technology behind the Blockchain approach. It intends to help grow its proliferation with real-life implementation to paid products and services that the public enterprises can leverage, therefore driving utility and a sustainable ecosystem beyond related financial products

Instead of using expensive, questionable data to help inform engagement campaigns, businesses using DATAVLT can pay less to get the best information directly from customers who are already engaged and willing

DATAVLT seeks to address the following significant problems through different industries such as digital rights and IP management, data storage and control, attestation and proof of life, corporate relations (voting and registering boards and shareholders), eliminating intermediaries and manual paperwork, lowering costs while increasing productivity and data manipulation and unauthorized

Conversations naturally gravitated around the latest emerging technologies and the potential or lack thereof for how it could be used as a force for good. Like any other technology enthusiasts – the three friends' fascination with the concept of decentralized systems and how it could be used to redefine the financial services industry and beyond became the topic for the hour. What began as a general conversation slowly evolved into discussions around the potential of blockchain technology and how it could solve real-world challenges.

DATAVLT, a blockchain-powered data analytics company based in Singapore, has entered into a partnership with Hacken, a global cybersecurity consulting firm, to become an Approved Reseller in the ASEAN zone. This partnership would also open new avenues for security R&D with blockchain use as adoption increases.

As the world grapples with data digitization, forwardthinking businesses learn how to use data analytics to make better business decisions. DATAVLT aims to help SMEs across competitive industries succeed by developing information management and analytics infrastructure by offering a cost-effective data analytics service for these underserved SMEs.