A Blockchain Accelerator.

Blockchain is great, but getting started with it can be hard. That translates to costs, even for Proof of Concepts.

We understand the value of building fast and small to back up business plans and justify real investments. That’s why we created Tellus. After tens of customer engagements, a pattern raised  which we turned into a product.

The great thing about Tellus, is that since it’s a foundational product, we can take that successful POC, and scale it to a real business network in record time.

One of our main premises is that, in order for blockchain to be generally adopted, it needs to bring great experiences. Tellus follows that premise and facilitates the creation of business networks.

How it works

After setting up a development environment. Maybe through Forma

1. Design templates

Simple to use user interface to give business meaning to your Blockchain network. Design business entities and shared documentation structures

2. Build processes

Reflect your business needs without code required, by drag-and-droping the process stages build any number of processes. Set up in less than 15 minutes. 


Build the innovations on top of the Blockchain. Even your development team won’t have to deal with Blockchain complexities. Consume your Blockchain from Web, mobile or IoT devices.

Build and rebuild without changing code at all. Tellus iterates with you.

Example Use Cases

The blockchain concept comes to work and impact some of our biases. That’s why sometimes it’s hard to really understand it. Here are some examples of Proof of Concepts implemented with our Blockchain Accelerator Tellus

For now all the content in this page is in Spanish.


Traceability for an alimentary chain

A small demonstration on how blockchain can help track a product (chickens) through a complex supply chain, connect multiple participants and unify the data in realtime, avoiding data silos. The problems solved are the difficulties companies face when trying to track components back to a supply chain ending up, i.e. in toxic food crisis.


Solidary value chain

Ever hear that a donation never got to where it had to? Tracking every donation in a robust blockchain platform may end up with that, bring trust back to donors and make sure the donations get to the beneficiaries.


Insurance claims

Is there a better way to make an insurance claim? To remove the papers of the process and have an answer at the moment? Here we show how hospitals and insurance companies can get to a Blockchain network to share data in a secured way.

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