Quant launches Make integration for powerful code-free automation with any blockchain

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Blockchain for finance firm Quant has launched an integration with automation software provider Make.

Overledger, Quant’s blockchain-agnostic API platform, is now available to users of Make. This will enable individuals, teams and enterprises to build automated workflows customised for their role and business.

Make‘s automation software enables users to visually create, build and automate workflows – all without the complexities of coding. Make aims to empower teams across a business to build and automate any solution, from processes and systems to operations and applications.

With interoperability at its core and built-in integrations, Overledger allows anyone to easily create bespoke workflows integrated with institutional digital assets, from which they can issue digital money and interoperable assets and integrate these to complex business processes in just a few clicks. This is the latest launch in a series of Quant’s Overledger integrations, all of which are designed to increase the accessibility of blockchain and offer users access to the automated processes utilised in the financial services industry.

Using the Overledger integration, Make users can automate complex processes such as tokenised transactions, account monitoring and asset bridging, all without a single line of code.

Gilbert Verdian, founder and CEO of Quant, said: “In the age of AI, businesses and people are increasingly looking for ways to learn faster and work smarter. This integration exemplifies just that – it opens the possibilities of blockchain for everyone in an intuitive and accessible way.”

Luke Riley, head of innovation at Quant, said: ”This marks another significant milestone in our mission to make blockchain simple, trusted, and future-proof by providing a no-code solution with minimal effort for users to roll out new use cases. And the appeal of these integrations doesn’t stop there – they also offer enterprises the possibility to accelerate proofs of concept and save significant time, resources and investment. Instead of wasting up to a year of development time to explore blockchain, companies can now use our integrations and do it in days.”

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