Let us transform your solutions without interrupting a single flow.
Transformation should be revolutionary, but also painless. Our software offering comprises of components that tailor tech solutions to distinct needs, maintaining a lean implementation process that is quick and easy— compatible with your current SOPs, but also agnostic to your choice of blockchain.
Founded in June 2018, Mangrovia has grown steadily in personnel: from the spark that first ignited with a couple of blockchain developers meeting, we’ve now grown to 2 teams of programmers based between Milan and Rome.
Amongst our industry specialists, we come from specialised backgrounds that allow us to understand the business and process decisions that go into departments specific to fashion licensing, energy traceability and financial trading desks.
From the world of luxury to that of FMCGs, to energy and even finance, the targeted yet varied expertise we’ve put together allows us to understand you from where you sit.
We understand a wide range of distinct industries, working with you to advance your goals and project your future operating model.
Mangrovia’s clients in the supply chain business range from business units of varying industries, but also include other software technology providers. Our offering includes standard solutions ready for implementation on a BaaS basis, but we also provide API/REST connections for technology partners to customize according to their needs.
We provide a wide range of services meant to combat waste and inefficiency in current processes, all without encumbering standard operating procedures: from document management to authentication access and data logs, we incorporate specific software components with blockchain technologies like smart contracts and distributed ledger to ensure optimization for energy stakeholders such as trading desks, distribution and transmission service operators, electricity aggregators, prosumers and more.
Complex transactions require various third parties to get involved in the process. Intermediaries increase the trust between transacting parties and balance their risks, but they require payment for their services, adding to transaction costs, such as escrows. Escrows are contractual arrangements necessary in any financial segment including banking, real estate, mergers and acquisitions, transfer of land or intellectual property rights, and so on. These are what contribute to the tens of billions in financial transaction fees annually—a cost that would be greatly reduced with the automation that smart contracts promise.