Data interoperability across all applications: Integrate new and existing enterprise solutions and networks to create an ecosystem of interoperable services.

What is XFORM (‘transform’)?

An enterprise-grade software platform that connects data, applications and digital identities to help businesses harness the power of Web 3.0

Allows existing systems to achieve two-way data flow without the need for significant changes, via three definitive solutions: XFORM bridge, XFORM index, and XFORM data broker.

Ensures data interoperability across all applications and ecosystems at scale, by separating data from the applications and storing it using open standards to create interconnectivity across enterprise infrastructure, traditional centralized systems / existing IT systems and new Web 3.0 decentralized data sources like Solid Pods.

Transforming industry ecosystems at scale

XFORM is intentionally industry-agnostic to facilitate adoption at scale. It enables governments and organizations to embrace Web 3.0 and personal decentralized data stores without replacing the vast network of enterprise software solutions already in use.

The creation of these integrated ecosystems meets the rising demand for user data control and privacy by:

  • Allowing individuals to own and control their data through personal data stores
  • Supporting advanced analytics and machine learning by storing information from any data source
  • Providing native interoperability between apps, platform and systems at scale
  • Enabling development, go-to-market and commercialization of enterprise-grade solutions utilizing decentralized data stores

XFORM is responsible for the first commercial and real-world deployment of decentralized personal data stores and the use of the Solid standard in partnership with the UK’s National Health Service (NHS).

Effectively and successfully create Web 3.0-enabled ecosystems of interoperable services to meet the rigorous requirements of governments, corporate enterprises and highly-regulated consumer-facing corporations with complex data requirements.