Join Us in Bringing Down The   Technology   Barriers

Join Us in Bringing Down
The Technology Barriers

New Era in IT
Summary
“Technology’s impact on today’s world economy is limited by corporate monopolies, geopolitical influences, specific product orientation, system fragmentation, single source non-validated data and high implementation costs."
Details
As the world faces chains of never-ending crises, the need for a global economic development solution continues to grow drastically. A global consensus has been reached through the 2015 B20/G20 process regarding the need for the Digital Economy to reenergize the world economy. A questions still lingers: What does the Digital Economy look like, where do we start and how can we realize its benefits?
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SOLUTION
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GCEL’s public and private sector experts from around the world have spent 15 years of Research and Development preparing to empower the Digital Economy, and finally it is now happening. At the very heart of this effort lies the engine that powers the new digital world—at once combining digital commerce, finance, insurance and logistics.
This is no ordinary engine. It is the engine of the future, delivering economic benefits to every corner of the planet.
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Summary
“The engine that powers the new digital world—at once combining digital commerce, finance, insurance and logistics is the engine of the future, delivering economic benefits to every corner of the planet.”
BENEFITS
Summary
“The MDDEAS provides a centralized point-to-world integration environment that removes the fragmentation of the trade processes between the real economy participants.”
Details
The E-Hub of the World, through its governance and deployment structure, offsets monopolistic and geopolitical concerns ensuring continuous access of the MDDEAS to the real economy participants, which is sustained through a unique business model delivering the digital tools free of cost to the end user.

The MDDEAS provides a centralized point-to-world integration environment that removes the fragmentation of the trade processes between the real economy participants.
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