SIMBA Chain Launches Smart Contract as a Service Platform on Microsoft AppSource

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SIMBA Chain, a self-described blockchain innovator and Microsoft licensed platform, has revealed that its Smart Contract as a Service (SCaaS) platform has launched on Microsoft AppSource, according to a press release from the group.

This platform “democratizes dApp design, development, and deployment” allowing users to drag-and-drop their way to their own platform, all without a deep understanding of code, the release states.

Speaking on the matter is Joel Neidig, the CEO and co-founder of SIMBA Chain, who said:

“Our platform is so simple, intuitive, and fast that literally anyone with an idea can create a blockchain dapp. With the increased visibility and accessibility afforded by Microsoft AppSource, we hope to engage and motivate new users to design and test dapps for specific use cases. Ultimately, we want empowered analysts—individuals with deep expertise in a specific industry who have an intuitive understanding of technology—to experiment with blockchain and unleash the next wave of digital transformation.”

Also sharing thoughts on the matter is Toby Bowers, the General Manager of the Business Applications Group at Microsoft Corp., who said:

“We’re happy to welcome the SIMBA Chain SCaaS platform to Microsoft AppSource, which gives our partners great exposure to cloud customers around the globe. Microsoft AppSource offers partner solutions such as the Simba Chain platform to help customers meet their needs faster.”

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