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Project Description

The project undertaken by Onyu and ENU will concentrate around the mobile application that is under development by the team at Onyu.

Working with ENU our key objectives are:
1. Validation of our zero-knowledge encryption solution
2. Creation of a business case on how Onyu can be adopted by companies

On completion of the project we’ll have the credentials behind our name to give our customers the confidence that we are doing what we are saying. By installing a zero-knowledge system we can instil trust in our users that our system will not use their information against them. This will give us the competitive advantage and increase user downloads.

Creation of a business case will allow the team at Onyu to better understand the benefits for companies. Along with business benefits we’ll also be able to create a viable business model by working closely with companies. This will lead to creating a business API where companies can interact with their customers, improve communication and reduce time spent imputing information for the customer and business.

Status Project Complete
Funder(s) Scottish Funding Council
Value £5,000.00
Project Dates Apr 1, 2015 - Jul 31, 2015
Partner Organisations Onyu.Ltd

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