The art of trusted interoperability
Distributed data services combined with IoT devices open the door to operational scale and vendor choice, making enterprises run more efficiently. Yet with competing clouds, data warehouses and data bases each clawing at a company for vendor lock-in, interoperability within a company as well as between value chain partners and competitors becomes a hairy task. Bringing in devices from multiple vendors to the mix adds to the operational nightmare, heightening the chances for data breaches, cyberattacks and plain old dysfunction.
Talk to the folks who took nine hours to drive a hundred miles in an electric car because they couldn’t find a working charger. The problem isn’t a lack of electricity, it’s a lack of data fluidity between all the parties involved in sending the electrons down the path from wind farms to their ultimate destination in the car battery.
This problem abundantly repeats across verticals – the world needs an orchestrating layer that provides a single pane of glass for data operations and IoT secure systems, making them one whole system composed of competing parts. Intertrust Platform does precisely this. It allows its users to choose best of breed data management, the right IoT devices for the job, all while allowing them to work with their downstream and upstream partners to provide their customers with the best solution.