Versatile traceability system using blockchain

Systems have been traditionally divided by the rules of the organization. However, each business should  adopt transparent rules, and a system different from conventional information-sharing will be completed. By recording transactions that are much smaller than before, businesses will be able to digitize operations that could not be digitized before.

  • Tamper-proof data
  • Information sharing with no gap between organizations
  • More efficient and lower cost
  • Cooperation with existing systems

Differentiate from other traceability systems and current production management

Currently, various traceability systems and production management systems are used in the supply chain area. Both systems are used by large organizations and companies, but small farmers and town factories are not well-maintained. TaaS is a production management system that makes use of distributed ledger technology that can be introduced to those upstream of the supply chain.
In TaaS, the principles of “Understanding all things and all operations” and “Managing all history” are important and we strive to establish these two points to differentiate from other systems.  In the current system, even history can be manipulated, which is why there is no sense of security for the system. As a result, organizational tampering issues are occurring.
In addition, traceability with TaaS is only one of its uses. It is also a system that aims to match production plans and standards at the stage of processing and processing products, not dealing with contracts and certificates for ex-post reports.

Why TaaS ?

TaaS is very versatile and has a variety of features that can be used for new businesses and to promote existing businesses.

Distributed ledger technology

We will realize the supply chain revolution with a system for decentralized management of information within the consortium. In addition, contracts can be automated using smart contracts, and the contract contents can be carried out without alteration.

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E-signature record / E-text

Since “who” and “when” will be recorded in detail upon execution, data tampering, and counterfeiting can be suppressed. Combined with a smart contract (automatic contract), various benefits are available.

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Various interfaces

Businesses can select the interface that suits their products, such as QR code, barcode, and NFC chip.

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Digital management of goods and assets using BC is possible. Each is assigned a unique ID, allowing information to be shared and operated across organizations. Disclosure information can be set for each company, so there is much higher security around corporate secrets.

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Expand globally from each business location

TaaS is fully operational in any industry. We are approaching oversea companies mainly in our business bases in Japan, Singapore, and Switzerland. We aim TaaS to be used in various businesses in the future while extending the benefits of TaaS to companies around the world.

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Meet Our Team

Project Member

Mitsuru Tezuka

He established CTIA in Switzerland and Japan in 2017, while joining blockchain organizations as well as providing incubation, acceleration and consultation services for Fintech companies. He dedicated his time to clarify the relationships within the token economy and due diligence.
Shinya Ota, CTO of CTIA and CEO of BRAIN, is utilizing distributed ledger technology and artificial intelligence to create a brand-new digital transformation globally. Since 2017, he has started to develop a Smart Intelligence Network with high scalability of system development focusing on decentralized systems. After becoming CTO of CTIA in 2018, he has started to advance the IT industry by developing a new information-sharing system called Traceability as a Service(TaaS) utilizing DLT.

Chia Hock Lai

switchnovate CEO
Chia Hock Lai is the CEO of Switchnovate, a FinTech consultancy firm that provides financial blockchain solutions, and has close to 2 decades of experience in the financial and technology industry. He has previously worked in organizations like the Government Technology Agency of Singapore (GovTech) and NTUC Income. He is also an alumnus of the National University of Singapore (NUS) and Nanyang Technological University (NTU).