Below is our recent interview with Chao Cheng-Shorland, Co-Founder and CEO at ShelterZoom:
Q: Could you provide our readers with a brief introduction to your company?
A: ShelterZoom is a blockchain-based SaaS company delivering cutting-edge solutions for companies to carry out their daily operations with secure, private and safe tools in a fully digital manner. Our two flagship products are DocuWalk and DocumentGPS, with several other tools built on top such as Smart QR codes and marketing products. The latter is an easy email extension that lets senders turn off download and sharing permissions for attachments, as well as see a timestamped log of when recipients have interacted with their attachments. DocuWalk is an end-to-end platform for managing documents and contracts, including a real-time virtual negotiation room and a built-in tokenization mechanism that lets you NFT your documents and contracts.
Q: Any highlights on your recent announcements?
A: Our entire product suite underwent an upgrade and we have recently been included in two different Gartner publications. For the first item, our users now have a full-size dashboard in Document GPS and there’s a brand new editor for DocuWalk making everything much more streamlined and easier to use. For the second item, Gartner has highlighted the innovative nature of our products in both their prestigious Hype Cycle in two categories (Enhanced Blockchain as a Service and Tokenization) as well in one of their research notes about the importance of blockchain beyond crypto applications.
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Q: Can you give us more insights into your offering?
A: Our offerings have so many diverse use-cases. One example includes a prestigious university within the Vatican that has started using our technology to tokenize sacred manuscripts so their authenticity can be proven while also making them available to a wider audience.
Q: What can we expect from your company in the next 6 months? What are your plans?
A: We continue to have interest from so many different industries and we’re working out engagements with each one, but some big news is our expansion to Europe. The European community has embraced blockchain faster than most other parts of the world and we have built some strong relationships there, so we need to have more of a presence across the Atlantic.
What is the best thing about your company that people might not know about?
Just one thing? That’s tough. I suppose the answer from where we sit is how many different ideas come from our staff that then translate into brand new ways to achieve goals in a Web3 context. Whether it is a new way to create and negotiate contracts or tokenizing ancient manuscripts, the applications we keep coming up with continue to inspire.