Talos Enterprise Blockchain today announces its official launch. The company enters the digital transformation market with established clients supported by a management team with decades of experience in consulting and blockchain.
Talos Enterprise Blockchain offers solutions at every stage of blockchain development, from strategy consulting to management of large scale permissioned-based blockchain networks. From driving business outcomes to developing the right crypto regulatory approach, Talos Enterprise Blockchain assists and guides enterprises making digital transformations on the blockchain.
The strength of Talos Enterprise Blockchain is in its team, which includes noted technologist Michael Luna, who is named on more than 117 issued U.S. patents. Mr. Luna is a Co-Founder of EQITII, Founder of Michael Luna Technologies and has held the position of Chief Technology Officer at Jawbone, Jawbone Health and Openwave. Shahid Ahmed is a Partner at Talos Enterprise Blockchain. Co-founder of the non-profit EQITII Foundation and a member of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Technology Advisory Council, Mr. Ahmed was previously with Accenture and PricewaterhouseCoopers for over 20 years driving digital transformation within the telecoms and technology sectors.
Amyn Gillani, Talos Digital CEO and Mentor at The Founder Institute, is also a Partner at Talos Blockchain Enterprise, in addition to Keith Magnum, who serves as CMO and is also an advisor at PricewaterhouseCoopers and has over 20 years of experience in senior executive roles at multinational corporations. Camilo Usuga, who earlier co-founded one of Latin America’s first social commerce startups, is the CTO at Talos Enterprise Blockchain. Saqib Malik rounds out the leadership team as an Advisor. Mr. Malik is an innovation executive with a track record as a creator, engineer and business leader with extensive experience in launching successful products globally.
“At Talos Enterprise Blockchain our focus is on ensuring enterprises reach the right business outcome with blockchain,” said Partner Shahid Ahmed. “From the start of engagements we utilize the TEB methodology to determine whether blockchain is the right technology of choice. For this emerging technology, it is as much a business decision as a technical one.”
In addition to the team with a rare level of expertise in transformations on the blockchain, Talos Blockchain Enterprise has a global network of partners and organizations, including the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance. This allows the Talos Blockchain Enterprise team to facilitate and accelerate the time to market, fully capitalizing on blockchain’s transformational possibilities.
Said Partner Amyn Gillani, “At Talos Enterprise Blockchain, we’re bringing a world-class team to drive digital transformation. We believe this is the right solution and time for enterprises to consider blockchain.”
The global blockchain industry will exceed $2 trillion by 2030, according to IHS Markit. This would mark a remarkable pace of growth, considering $2.5 billion was invested in the tech globally in 2017. In addition to financial services companies and other early adopters, blockchain offers solutions for businesses in supply chain and logistics, identity management, retail and commerce, healthcare and more.