Diginex joins Microsoft’s ScaleUp Program 2019 to deliver enterprise value to clients
Diginex, a blockchain financial services and technology company, has been selected as part of the Microsoft ScaleUp program. This exclusive 2-year program is designed for high-growth companies to leverage Microsoft’s expertise, scale their businesses and further deliver enterprise value to their clients.
Diginex joins the ranks of the world’s leading startups who have met Microsoft’s vetting and selection criteria in order to participate in their ScaleUp program. Graduates from the program will gain access to Microsoft’s internal technology expertise, software, infrastructure, dedicated support as well as an elite alumni and peer network. The program has also presented opportunities for startups to engage in joint sales and co-marketing efforts.
For Diginex, joining Microsoft ScaleUp will create deep technical and business synergies between the two companies, enhancing security and efficiency to the existing platform and ultimately delivering value for clients. Diginex has built a secure, institutional-grade tool for businesses and organizations on the Microsoft Azure cloud platform called “Diginex Trust”. The tool is designed as a blockchain enabled information provenance network that safely stores immutable records thus mitigating risks.
Mr. Richard Byworth, CEO of Diginex, commented: “We are thrilled to be selected as a member of the Microsoft ScaleUp program, which is a clear vote of confidence in our technology and approach by the world-leading company. We look forward to a long-lasting partnership that will create an enhanced and accessible platform of tools, leveraging secure and efficient distributed ledger technology for users.”
Ms. Annie Parker, Global Head of Microsoft for Startups, commented: “We are pleased to welcome Diginex to the program – of which less than 2% of companies that apply get selected. Diginex clearly stood out from the crowd for its focus on institutional-grade technology and tools for enterprise customers.”