Swisscom, Switzerland’s leading telecom company and one of its leading IT companies, is headquartered in Ittigen, close to the capital city Berne. Swisscom offers mobile telecommunications, fixed network, Internet and digital TV solutions for business and residential customers.
It is also one of the largest providers of IT services in Switzerland. It develops and maintains the wireless and wireline network infrastructure, distributes broadcasting signals, and is also active in the banking, energy, entertainment, advertising, and healthcare sectors.
Swisscom was developing a blockchain-based ledger for the financial transactions conducted over its network. For this, it had a smart contract deployed on the Ropsten network and also had transaction authorization APIs. Swisscom wanted us to integrate its current authorization system to the blockchain ledger
Swisscom, one of Switzerland’s largest IT and communication service providers, launched with AppDirect in 2012. Their biggest goal was to remain relevant to their large customer base by growing into new areas through consolidating their user experience onto one platform. To fulfill this goal, the AppDirect cloud service commerce platform needed to be integrated into the core system of Swisscom.
After understanding the client’s requirements, we developed the following solution:
The solution worked as anticipated. Swisscom was able to store all the transactions on the blockchain in addition to the local database.