The ability to analyse data which is reliable because it is immutable, verifiable and
traceable is something that was not possible until now. By ensuring data quality, the
combination of big data and blockchain offers massive opportunities for organisations and
Product owners can view all sorts of data relating to their unique implementation of VeriDoc
Global technology, including time and location stamps, sign-in data, access logs, device
types used to scan QR codes, frequency of QR code scans, the length of sessions and
VeriDoc Analytics incorporates tools and data from technology partners such as AWS, Google
Analytics and VeriDoc Global’s proprietary technology.
Flagging counterfeits, assisting law enforcementand helping to prevent
counterfeits before they happen.
Flagging grey selling, discovering supply chain leaks and identifying
Assessing brand loyalty, customer demographics, reducing costs and
increasing the success of loyalty programs.
Attendance, employee job satisfaction and planning labour hours required
to deliver a project.
Users can be verified without risking their privacy – a growing concern with biometrics.
Product owners are protected from shared logins, memberships and licences.
Data on the blockchain is immutable, secure and encrypted for the entire process.
Product owners have control over who can view and verify the sign-in data for audit purposes.
APIs can be developed to communicate directly with existing software.
Governments and businesses save time and money lost each year due to fraud.