Here we come with the 8th issue of the Monday Morning Consolidity Updates (MMCU), bringing the secret behind our demos, our next idea about cars and the cool project of the Tokyo Olympics using recycled materials for the medals of the games.
Let’s dive into it!
Consolidity is almost ready to go live and we continue to present its features and the flexibility of the product to our partners and various VCs. The demos are going great and we are really proud of the results.
The best part of these meetings is when we are able to show how easy a job is to edit the digital forms through our admin panel.
Thanks to its modular architecture creating and editing procedures is fast and simple, even if you need to set up certain regulations or validations.
Do you want to add another field? We just create one and put it where you want! Would you like to change the order of the fields? We just drag the components from a screen and drop to another one, save the changes and the form is ready to be filled.
E-administration has never been this flexible!
When we were standing above Portomaso Marina in St. Julian’s, Malta in May and looking down at the yachts resting on the bluest of waters, we were toying with the idea to use this product for making boat registration easier as it is also a process with an immense amount of paperwork…
Well, we’re not there yet, but most recently we met with a partner whom we would like to adapt our product for car leasing and registering.
We want to introduce this version in Hungary and later in other jurisdiction as well.
And if we can do cars, why couldn’t we do yachts? – We have some distance to cover, but we’d certainly love to get there.
If you read the MMCP regularly you might already know that sustainability is a very important topic for us. That’s why we love creative environmental protection ideas like the ‘Tokyo 2020 Medal Project’.
From April 2017 to March 2019 the Tokyo Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games collected approx. 78,985 tons of used small electronic devices (including 6.21 million used mobile phones) to produce the 5000 gold, silver and bronze medals for the Games.
This project makes Tokyo 2020 the first in the history of the Olympic and Paralympic Games to involve citizens and manufacturing medals using recycled material.
4 months after the conclusion of the collection period and just one year away from the Opening Ceremony of the Games the Organizing Committee presented the exclusive medals.
If you are not a professional athlete, maybe it is too late to dream about having one, but you can still check out them out on this link: