In our digital society, by default, firms and traditional markets with high transaction costs are the most expensive ways to organize the work of office workers. Firms and hierarchies where a good idea during the industrial era to organize the production factors land, labor and capital, but they work contra-productive to organize supply and demand of data.

Within all the domains like supply chain, finance, government- and HR, many transactions are executed every day. Consider applying for a subsidy, loan or permit, placing a vacancy, ordering a course or update your HR system or portfolio. Digital transformation and within this context, concepts such as the digital assembly line, internet of things, blockchain, rich data, data logistics and artificial intelligence are very powerful concepts. A digital assembly line can execute transactions without almost any friction. This allows the transaction costs to go to zero and this will make traditional organization forms to expensive by default and obsolete withing one generation.

The digital assembly line makes it possible for buyers and sellers in thick markets to do business, without the use of expensive middlemen or complex contracts. This results in digital ecosystems and a programmable economy. Weconomics supports these networks with a fundamentally new organization solutions such as:  Digital Assembly Line (DAL), Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT), Personal Data Services (PDS), Organization Data Services (ODS), Transaction Data services (TDS), Data As A Service (DAAS), Trust As A Service (TAAS), Organization As A Service (OAAS), Data Economics, Data Logistics, Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI), General Data Utility (Data Common), Decentralized Autonomous Organizations (DAO’s), Self Sovereign Identities (SSI), and Zero-Knowledge Proof.

Weconomics Solutions will valorize and execute these new organization concepts into usable solutions for your organization. We do this with the following services:

For organization and delivery we work together with Weconomics partners and other organizations such as: