Blockchain Academy Seeks Eager Students

SophiaTX has launched its Blockchain Academy. Open now, the academy aims to provide business professionals with the right blockchain know-how to transform companies globally.

 

Reportedly, SophiaTX is one of the first public blockchains with a real use in business and one of the first projects extending business applications with blockchain while ensuring data safety and security. The company focuses on business solutions primarily, using the Blockchain as an enabler for this. Anyone interested can learn more about the business applications of SophiaTX here.

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Academy participants will be able to explore clear-cut blockchain use-cases and learn why blockchain technology offers greater efficiency and higher reliability of information in complex supply chains. They will also learn how to recognize new uses cases and operate this technology independently.

 

To accommodate different audiences and provide knowledge tailored to the needs of each, SophiaTX Academy offers specialized blockchain courses tailored for executives, SAP and IT professionals, and project managers. A successful completion of the course will result in a certificate from SophiaTX, denoting a competence in handling blockchain technology.

 

The first SophiaTX Academy courses are scheduled for February 2019. The company currently offers classes delivered on-site in the Bratislava and Baden offices. Alternatively, the possibility for a presentation delivered on client premises can also be discussed and online courses are already planned. For more details, visit SophiaTX.

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