Tomcat has the first commercial application of blockchain to manage a business
Posted On August 7, 2021
Tomcat, a new cloud-based enterprise messaging service, has just launched its first commercial cloud-service to manage the company’s business and deliver products.
The service, called Tomcat Enterprise, is available in North America and Europe for $20 a month.
The company plans to roll out the service in the U.K. and the U,S.
Tomcat started as a team effort to help people in developing countries.
The business is built on a combination of existing services, including Skype, WhatsApp and Telegram, that allow for messaging with companies around the world.
Tomcats CEO John Pritzker says the company has grown so much in the past few years that the team has been able to make it work with its existing team.
Pritzkers team has grown to over 20, and he says he has been a fan of blockchain for some time.
“We wanted to do something different, something different to solve a problem,” he told Business Insider.
“It’s really a great way to do it.”
The company is not just focusing on messaging, Pritzers team says it’s also building out a new suite of business tools to help the team deliver its products and services.
“This is a really exciting time for Tomcat,” he said.
“People are realizing that they want to do business with companies that are not going to be in the cloud, so this really makes the world a better place.”
Pritzkins team has developed a set of tools to make sure its business is running smoothly.
“I think one of the things that we’ve learned over the last 10 years is that people don’t need to be experts in every aspect of a company, they just need to have a good idea of where they want their business to be,” Pritzking said.
Pritchers team has also started to experiment with building out its own enterprise messaging platform.
Porsch has created a web app that lets people connect with businesses, while Pritzkems team is looking to expand to a more enterprise-focused platform.
“What’s interesting about the messaging platform is that it’s not just for the consumer,” Priters said.
It’s really about the end user.
Tomcats messaging platform has been designed for a more cloud-focused user base.
The team says that the platform is built with the needs of companies that need to do more work in the private cloud, such as the military and defense industries, rather than a traditional customer.
“Our messaging platform will have the flexibility to be used across all types of platforms, from the cloud to mobile to enterprise,” Porscht said.
TomCat, which is based in Palo Alto, California, started as an idea to help businesses manage their time and business.
In 2017, Pritters team came up with a concept called TomCat for Teams.
The concept is to let businesses manage team resources by building custom teams that share the same technology.
“The idea is that you can have a team that’s working on a task, and they share the tools and resources and knowledge of the other teams that are on the task,” Pilsch said.
The idea of a Tomcat for Teams came about because of a similar problem that Pritzkes team was trying to solve.
He said that when a company’s software needs to be updated, it’s typically shared among the different teams.
But it was not always possible to make this work.
Pilsches team decided to build Tomcat from scratch and use blockchain to handle this.
“With blockchain, you can build these kinds of custom teams on top of Bitcoin,” Pries said.
Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency that’s used to track and track money.
Pries team built Tomcat on top Ethereum and the Tomcat platform allows developers to build their own customized teams that can be built using Bitcoin, Ethereum and Bitcoin Core.
TomCats blockchain-based messaging service has helped Pritzkeys team to grow its own custom teams.
Tom Capps team says its the first time the TomCat team has built its own dedicated messaging platform for Tomcats mission.
“Tomcat is built using the latest technologies, including Bitcoin, which enables us to build this messaging platform,” Pools said.
There are no plans to scale Tomcat to the point that it can take on bigger businesses.
Tom Cat, which Pries is an investor in, will launch in the third quarter of 2018.