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The company already has over five blockchain mobile apps available to download. Additionally, the company is finishing up development on Cordtell, its patent pending blockchain smart legal contracts solution as well as the development of its patent pending blockchain patient portal solution. Finally, in the coming weeks, the company will release its Social Media Blockchain Decentralized Platform, which removes the middleman and allows users to have more control over their data and how they connect with others. The app will be available in the Apple App Store and on Apple Play.
Epazz, Inc. CEO, Shaun Passley, Ph.D., said, “In 2018, we expect to continue to grow. We have been adding new blockchain products and fine-tuning our marketing efforts. The company will be launching to new websites for all of the products this year."
About Epazz, Inc. (www.epazz.com)
About Cordtell (www.cordtell.com)
Cordtell reduces fraud in business transactional contracts. The technology allows for a transactional contract to become a living contract that is tracked and traced; it also verifies that a section of terms within a contract are followed and that all parties of an agreement obey the terms of the contract.
Cordtell, which is under development, automatically verifies signatures, distributes the contract to the blockchain, records the transaction and verifies the terms are being followed via our blockchain apps, which also trace any changes. The technology sends reminders, and tracks payments and delivery of items. The technology will work with Microsoft Word and Google Docs to provide real-time contract edits and updates via version control. The company will primarily market the technology to law firms, health care providers, businesses and governments.
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