In a press release, the Ethereum blockchain-based platform announced a revenue-generating, collaborative relationship with 10EQS, September 10.
Giving Students The Tools They Need
New York-based 10EQS will utilize the ODEM Platform, on-demand education marketplace, to more efficiently fulfill client needs for custom teams by systematically searching and verifying competencies of hard-to-find specialists. ODEM banks on the platform to generate millions of dollars of revenue within 12 to 18 months by advancing 10EQS’ ability to swiftly fulfill client requests, ODEM CEO Richard Maaghul said.
“This partnership is testament to our platform’s ability to champion pragmatic knowledge and training to solve real-world business problems. We are empowering students with the tools they need to be employable.”
According to the release, the global education portal is building its ODEM Platform to “streamline the organization and delivery of in-person educational training programs.”
ODEM aims to unlock human potential by making education more affordable, attainable, and convenient. Its platform permits the creation and storage of a blockchain-based records of academic achievement wherein students can control their own.
Training Tomorrow’s Workforce
The platform will also use the ODEM Token (ODE) to facilitate student engagement with leading educators to create practical academic offerings. Furthermore, it will offer a direct way to employment via customized industry training within ODEM and 10EQS’ partnership.
Jeff Carbeck, CEO of 10EQS, also conveyed the company’s excitement to use the ODEM platform, saying it will accelerate and enhance their ability to vet and select prospect experts and organize them into on-demand teams for the clients’ needs.
The CEO added:
“Working with ODEM, we will establish the first end-to-end knowledge ecosystem — from education to deployment in the market — enabled by blockchain technology.”
In order to provide highly requested, virtually managed, client-specific business solutions, 10EQS utilizes technology to industrialize professional work. Several companies, foundations, and universities worldwide are providing training programs on blockchain to ensure next generation’s professional workforce including PricewaterhouseCoopers, The Linux Foundation, and the University of Malta.
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