BOSTON, Mass. and SAN MATEO, Calif., July 19, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- FusionSeven, providers of a SaaS-based blockchain platform that creates trust and transparency, today announced that their VP of Engineering, Ratnakar Verma, will appear on a panel about ‘Putting Blockchain to Work’ with Forrester Analyst Martha Bennett and Paul Brassil of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston at the Forrester New Tech & Innovation 2018 Forum being held this week at the Boston Sheraton, Boston. New Tech & Innovation 2018 is Forrester's flagship event examining the impact of key categories of emerging technology for both technology and business leaders.

The session, Conversation: Enterprise Applications and Implementation of Blockchain, takes place Thursday July 19 from 9:40 – 10:00 a.m. in the Grand Ballroom at the Sheraton. Participants Martha Bennett, Principal Analyst, Forrester Research; Paul Brassil, Vice President, Business Technology Solutions, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston; and Ratnakar Verma, VP of Engineering, FusionSeven, will take part in a conversation around blockchain application challenges of technology implementation and process design for organizations. FusionSeven will also participate in the Forum’s New Tech showcase.

About Ratnakar Verma, VP of Engineering, FusionSeven
At FusionSeven, Ratnakar is building a next-generation core Blockchain platform based on the company’s patent-pending scalable architecture. He is also spearheading efforts to create a Hyperledger Fabric’s version of the platform. Prior to FusionSeven, Ratnakar worked with IPG Mediabrands as VP of Software Engineering. Ratnakar holds a Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Science from University of Mysore, India.

About FusionSeven
FusionSeven’s SaaS-based blockchain platform automates supply chain financial reconciliation to create trust and transparency from contract to payment, fusing the best of blockchain technologies, financial applications, micro services architecture and payments into a single SaaS offering. With offices in New York and San Mateo, Calif., the company is addressing head on the growing financial complexity, lack of transparency and trust associated with the digital media and other industry supply chain reconciliation.

Marina Greenwood
Activa PR for FusionSeven