KeeeX is mobilized to help companies affected by the current health crisis. We have decided to make two of our applications available free of charge to VSE/SMEs until 30 June 2020:
▶ KaaaS, our web application that allows you to keeex, digitally sign, timestamp and anchor the proof of existence of your files on the blockchain, to make them verifiable by all. The tool is notably used to guarantee the authenticity of documents, deposit proofs of anteriority, digitally sign files.
▶ Photo Proof Pro, our mobile application for collecting photographic and video evidence, remote audit, form capture, flash proof of qr codes. Files are time-stamped and geolocalised and can be sent directly to your servers. This can be used for remote expertise, proof of presence, inventory of fixtures or dematerialization of logistic processes.
Interested companies can contact us at email@example.com.
KeeeX offers a unique set of teleworking solutions:
– KeeeX Photo Proof Pro allows the collection of proof of activity and remote audit in the form of photographs, videos, forms, points of passage, summary documents that are permanently unalterable and authenticated.
– KaaaS allows the creation, secure sharing and digital signature request of forgery-proof files in conditions that are not only totally dematerialized, but also avoid any risk of impersonation (such as “president fraud”).
– KeeeX Stories allows for the tamper-proof digitization of event, data and document sequences, including in relations with your partners.
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The KeeeX Stories for Logistics blockchain traceability solution implements the DCSA standard.
It has been widely noticed and is of paramount importance that actors join efforts to foster interoperability through Data interchange formats. The DCSA https://dcsa.org/ has released Track and Trace standards for the global container shipping industry.
KeeeX Stories for Logistics implements this standard, among others, (Tradelens APIs, S3000L, UN/Cefact…) by means of publicly available open sourced Data Schema libraries. These libraries can be adapted, forked by users, merged on the basis of unforgeable keeexed specifications.