Gospel Technology Named Cool Vendor in 2019 Gartner Report

London, United Kingdom – 2nd July 2019 – Gospel Technology, today announced it has been named a Cool Vendors in Gartner’s Cool Vendor in Blockchain Technology 2019 report.

Gospel Technology enables organisations to maintain control as they share data both internally and externally, whilst remaining compliant, ethical and secure. The Gospel Platform™ which uses Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) and is built on a private permissioned blockchain, works collaboratively within existing IT systems, open APIs, and interoperable applications.

We believe the Gartner report validates the way Gospel Technology goes beyond other blockchain platforms that perform consensus on data writes ensuring data is accessed in a mutually agreed and secure manner among network participants.

Cool Vendor research is “designed to highlight interesting, new and innovative vendors, products and services.” Gartner notes in the report that “Edge use cases are driving innovation and adoption of blockchain technologies. We profile three emerging blockchain technology vendors that successfully support such use cases, which CIOs should evaluate for relevancy to their environments.”


Ian Smith, CEO of Gospel Technology comments:

“We are beyond excited to announce that Gartner has recognised Gospel Technology as a Cool Vendor in its report: Cool Vendors in Blockchain Technology. This recognition and the key findings in the report are revolutionary for the future of blockchain technology, AI and beyond and we are delighted to be part of this future.”

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