About the partnership
Cere and Apron partnered up to create a decentralized mode of sharing data hence Apron will be providing Cere with a full set of Remote Procedure Call or RPC services. Remote Procedure Call (RPC) is a protocol that one program can use to request a service from a program located in another computer in a network without having to understand network details. The RPC services would enable businesses interacting on Cere network to quickly access data by utilizing the Apron SDK.
API interface issues will be avoided and users will be able to incorporate data access to the application network. Additionally, Cere’s Layer-1 cross-chain holds compatibility with networks that share a compatibility with Apron Network. Some of the major networks involved are Binance Smart Chain, Polkadot, Cosmos, and Ethereum.
Apron Network has been established to become a decentralized infrastructure service provider for the development of WEB 3.0 and Cere Network is moving forward to achieve cross-chain data transfers with all public networks through Substrate and cross-chain smart contracts. Both Apron and Cere Network meet high interoperability standards that will create efficient and transparent data accessibility, which will in turn lead to better customer experience and cost-effective customer acquisition.
The future of customer data
The CRM industry is one of the most rapidly expanding sectors, current CRM and CDP solutions have a major setbacks when you look at limited data, disrupting quality engagement with customers and proper assessment. Cere Network is the first blockchain based CRM and CDP system which is built from the ground up with a strong emphasis on unparalleled security and utilization of a decentralized storage system where data accessibility is not limited, in addition to privacy preservation.
Cere is a Polkadot-inspired distributed network that consists of various modular and interconnected layers. Its Layer-1 Core comprises the enterprise chains at the foundation, and the Layer-2 substrate private networks for scalability and interoperability.