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PwC Appoints Eris Industries As Strategic Partner In Its Blockchain Solutions Portfolio
Eris Industries, which builds software that allows anyone to develop their own secure, low-cost, run-anywhere applications using blockchain and smart contract technology, has announced its strategic partnership with PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC).
The company has been selected by PwC to be in its Blockchain solutions portfolio, Eris Industries said in a tweet.
“Suffice it to say, we’re very pleased about this and looking forward to accomplishing great things in the coming year”, said Preston Byrne, Eris Industries’ COO and General Counsel.
AllCoinsNews reported that the startup company is getting recognition in the industry. Last month, Microsoft added Eris to its Azure blockchain as a service (BaaS).
“Eris is a universal blockchain platform capable of running any client for a public blockchain and any client for a permissioned blockchain which is open sourced. The Eris platform greatly reduces the complexity of creating blockchain based applications”, said Marley Gray, Director, Technology Strategy US Financial Services. “Eris also makes it simple and easy for your organization to get started using permissionable, smart contract capable blockchains.”
PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), one of the “Big Four” companies, recently announced the appointment of a new team comprising of 15 leading technology experts who will explore and commercialise blockchain. The team will be based in PwC’s Belfast office and is expected to grow to more than 40 digital and technology specialists during the course of this year.