Cere Network Enhances Blockchain CRM Platform With Chainlink Integration

Blockchain, News | September 26, 2019 By:

Blockchain CRM ecosystem platform Cere Network will be using decentralized oracle network Chainlink as an integrated service provider to power turn-key smart contract integrations for its enterprise customers.

Founded by Silicon Valley veterans, Cere Network claims to be the first blockchain CRM ecosystem platform optimized for service data integration and collaboration. The Cere Blockchain solution claims to capture the entire customer journey on the blockchain and stores key user data such as purchases, achievements, and usage in the user’s wallet.

Chainlink enables smart contracts to securely access off-chain data feeds, web APIs, and traditional bank payments. The company is well known for providing highly secure and reliable oracles to large enterprises, including Google, Oracle and SWIFT, and leading smart contract development teams.

The partnership is part of Cere Network’s efforts to offer the most efficient and interoperable CRM solution in the industry. Cere technology will integrate with Chainlink solution in three ways.

  1. Chainlink-powered microservices in Cere Network: Provide the functionality which allows any microservice using Cere Network’s Open Microservices platform to seamlessly integrate with Chainlink’s smart contract framework. This provides a powerful interface where all external transactions (API’s, payments, 3rd party data inclusion) can be validated and secured onto the Ethereum blockchain.
  2. Leveraging Cere Network’s distributed data storage solutions so that any smart contract run by Chainlink integrators can access or store customer data directly on Cere Network. This allows for any Chainlink/Ethereum powered smart contracts to easily benefit from Cere’s privacy-preserving and securely sharable customer data solutions. This also enables secure data marketplaces deployed on top of Chainlink to be able to offer the secure transfer of such user data.
  3. For businesses that have derivative assets on Ethereum, as well as payment gateways integrated via Chainlink, Cere will provide a set of drop-in microservices for its enterprise clients to settle payments/transfers directly from within Cere’s Open Microservices platform.

“Integrating with trusted, accurate oracles will enable Cere Network clients to securely integrate verified and trusted external data sources into services running on top of Cere Network’s decentralized customer data ecosystem,” Cere Network said.