Salesforce, a leading customer relationship management (CRM) platform, has turned to Blockchain technology to better its clients.
In a blog post published on Thursday, April 9, Lition community manager Mark Stephen announced to the crypto community that company’s commercial blockchain platform Lition Technology had been integrated by Salesforce CRM platform.
According to the announcement, Lition’s technology will be available in an app on Salesforce’s cloud system. The integration will put Lition blockchain at the fingertips of more than 150,000 users around the world with a simple setup process.
The first on first stage of the integration has already completed, and the work on Lition Technology is being done. Upon completion, Lition’s technology will also be available through an app in the Salesforce marketplace.
Lition said that the integration would provide Lition the opportunity to gain additional traction by making its technology easily accessible through the world’s leading CRM platform. The Salesforce’s architecture is important for today’s businesses and the use of Blockchain technology will make its CRM architecture more secure in the long run.
Mark Stephen explained:
“Yet, building a dependency upon data that is completely centralized creates operational risks. Extracting that data is not always guaranteed. A GDPR compliant Blockchain is a great way to decentralize some of that dependency.”
The integration of Lition Technology will enable 150,000 Salesforce clients, form small businesses to Fortune 500 companies, to easily record and protect important information in a confidential and tamper-proof manner. Tutorial by lead blockchain engineer Patricio Mosse can be seen here.
Lition is one of the few scalable public-private blockchain that is supported by a major cloud provider, Microsoft Azure that integrated Lition as a blockchain as a service (BaaS) provider in February of this this year. Lition was launched in 2018 as the world’s first P2P mass market energy trading platform built on Ethereum.
As Crypto Economy reported, in November 2018, Lition secured a license in Germany to operate as a decentralized energy marketplace to cut out the middlemen in the energy ecosystem and allows consumers to purchase energy directly from the producers. Now the company supplies affordable green energy to customers in over 1000 cities across Germany.
Lition Technology, company’s public-private blockchain allows businesses and large enterprises to bring innovative blockchain applications to the mass-market that are legally compliant and serves as a cornerstone for client-facing blockchain use cases.