Jupyton technology signifies a new element to how trust can be redefined in our digital era. It is complexity made simple.
Jupyton ID is our identity server that allows Authentication and Access Management of a user across multiple application or platform, securely managing the identity, attributes and grants of a user.
Jupyton TX is the transaction and business rule engine that allows enterprises to define their business rules and processes in a runtime production environment in order to capture provenance events.
Jupyton Certs enables enterprises to issue trusted and tamper-proof digital certificates using GovTech's OpenCerts’ schema or other trusted schema available. Our workflow engine allows enterprises to customize their business workflow, pre and post issuance.
Jupyton Sign allows secure digital signing on document or hash of the document through secure server side signing using cryptographic keys. Jupyton Sign is also able to integrate with other digital infrastructure such as PDF signing or Sign with SingPass.
Jupyton Intelligence upholds trust through using blockchain and privacy preserving techniques to ‘share without sharing’ where enterprises do not need to reveal sensitive data yet still able to collaborate with other parties. For example, Jupyton Intelligence is used by financial institutions to combat double or multiple financing risk.
Jupyton Chain will be a union of a federated chain infrastructure and a privacy-preserving consentable data exchange where each ecosystem can use its private blockchain among trusted entities. Its proofs can be recorded on the public blockchain to ensure immutability and tamper proofing.