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 Complex Data Sharing Made Simple

We use blockchain technology to unlock the wealth of insights from data silos

Blockchains create trusted, tamperproof, records of data transactions.

Gem's enterprise platform allows companies and organizations to participate in these blockchain data sharing networks. 

Our platform facilitates sharing of data in a secure manner, both within, and across, enterprises. This longitudinal and multi-dimensional view of previously siloed data generates deep insights, what we describe as the"collective intelligence," or Data IQ of an organization.

This is the blueprint for the new data-driven economy 

What's your Data IQ?




The GemOS enterprise platform enables all parties in today's data-driven healthcare economy to securely access and share data with the right permissions, and with full HIPAA compliance, within and across organizations.

In the world of Internet of Things (IOT) and wellness Apps, Gem's blockchain-based enterprise architecture allows healthcare companies to build on their "collective intelligence" or Data IQ, to create the patient-centric care model of the future. All participants in a healthcare network, whether they're patients, doctors, pharmacies, or insurance companies, benefit from the resulting efficiency, transparency, and cost reductions. 

What's your Data IQ?

Supply Chain

Data is propelling the world forward at light speed. Companies and organizations that use complex supply chains to deliver goods and other assets are hard-pressed to leverage the massive data generated from the Internet of Things (IoT).

Gem's blockchain-based software platform boosts the "collective intelligence," or Data IQ, from previously siloed data. This longitudinal and multidimensional view into the lifecycle of assets, whether they're cars or carbon credits, reduces operational costs and increases efficiency, accuracy, and transparency, of global supply chains. Now your organization too, can move at the speed of light. 

What's your Data IQ? 


As seen in...

Becker’s Hospital Review
Los Angeles Business Journal
The Distributed Ledger