How a Multiparty Platform Speeds Digital Transformation and Optimizes IT Investment

If your business depends on complex relationships with hundreds or thousands of suppliers or trading partners; if it is multi-tier and global; then the Real Time Value Network is built for you. By One Network Enterprises

November 8, 2018

What Is a Multiparty Network?

A multiparty network platform unites all functions and trading partners on a single, real-time platform, so they can do business with anyone else on the network.

It is designed from the ground up to be multiparty. It has a multiparty data model and a patented permissions framework to support multiparty applications and workflows.

It provides a real-time “single version of the truth” for all parties, is modular and adaptable, and comes with developer tools so modules can be quickly tailored to your needs, extended with new functionality, or built from scratch.

Why a Multiparty Network?

A true multiparty network provides the advantages of both a “Single Version of the Truth”, and the capabilities of an “integration hub”.

One Network’s multiparty network, The Real Time Value Network™ (RTVN), is a cloud-based platform that provides:

  • Single Version of the Truth
  • Heavy Code and Capability Reuse
  • Low Code Development
  • The “Network Effect”
  • Powerful Modules and a Module Store
  • Blockchain “Out of the Box”
  • No “Out of Cycle” Sustainment
  • “Embrace, Enhance, then Maybe Replace”
  • Neo: Intelligent Agent Technology

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