Subrogation on Blockchain by Xooa

Xooa Inc.

Xooa's Subrogation Smart Contract enables users to easily put blockchain to use for this use case.

Xooa's Subrogation Smart Contract allows non-blockchain developers to put distributed ledger technology to use for this popular use case. With this template, organizations can quickly and easily deploy blockchain apps built on Hyperledger Fabric that provide the APIs to manage the debt/damages from a third party to track the claims & recovered funds, all while controlling the exchange of data with relevant stakeholders.

Xooa's Subrogation Smart Contract runs on top of consortiums hosted on the Azure Blockchain Service, adding features that make smart contract deployment easier and faster without requiring a deep understanding of blockchain or extensive DevOps efforts to create a robust build-test-deploy environment that runs entirely on the cloud or hybrid. This enables organizations to shorten time-to-app and quickly develop Proof of Concept prototypes that can serve as the basis for enterprise production deployment. For production-ready deployments, Xooa's middleware is already baked-in, shifting the concern of API endpoints, queueing, and scalable asynchronous processing from the developer to Xooa. This means better performance, added scalability, and more reliability when Xooa operates on top of the Azure Blockchain Service.

With every Subrogation app deployed, Xooa offers several valuable supplementary features:

  • Low-code forms that allow users to utilize a simple UI for data entry to their blockchain ledger
  • Dashboards that allow users to visualize their data in the form of charts and tables
  • Mutable/Immutable metadata for details that change (e.g. status of a claim) and properties that don't change (e.g. date of incident)
  • Xooa is distributable, which means it's both centralized and decentralized. The ability to start centralized and move to distributed (without losing data) at any time is one of several core features that makes Xooa unique. Centralized databases are easier to experiment with and suited more for early stages such as rapid prototyping, demos, and POCs. Decentralized databases are normally used for later stages, such as go-live, when trust is facilitated through decentralization by using blockchain.

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