Data Gumbo is thrilled to share that we are launching an executive referral program known as our Ambassador Program. This networking group aims to promote, connect and incentivize the adoption of GumboNet™, our company’s massively interconnected blockchain network.
As Data Gumbo continues to grow its employee base in 2021, we’re exploring new team members in an ongoing ‘Talent Spotlight’ blog series. On deck is Dinika Byrappa, Product Manager. Byrappa came on board Data Gumbo as a Senior Business Analyst in August of 2020 and swiftly transitioned into this current role. Previously, she spent six years at Halliburton in both Principal Technical Analyst and Lead Technical Analyst capacities.
2020 was a lot of things: “A year of endless disasters, distractions and subzero oil prices,” to say the least, according to Chris Helman, the southwest Energy correspondent for Forbes.
A helpful framework for understanding the quality of data sources used in smart contracts can be found in examining the legal categories used in the US for burden of proof and evidentiary standards.
As we near the end of 2020, Data Gumbo is wrapping a record year. While experiencing rapid change and growth, we wanted to take a moment to reflect on the great distance that we’ve already come.
Four key participants that have all been with the company from its start include Julia Rozenberg, Creative Services and UI Lead; Maxine Aitkenhead, Business Development Director; Meredith Bruce, VP Human Resources; and Renat Abdrakhmanov, Brand Strategist and XD Lead.
Regardless of industry, fuzzy financials lack a clear picture view. Inaccurate data records, incorrect numbers, delayed payments, outstanding invoices and other current practices can obfuscate a comprehensive look at a company’s financial health.
Most common flaws existing in natural language contracts are remnants of either older contracts that have since evolved or as contrary clauses in contracts that cover interrelated activities. When it comes to smart contracts, coding language requires events, rules and other business logic to be absolutely clear — and this requirement forces many companies to revisit their current contracts with fresh eyes for simplification and clarification.
As Data Gumbo is growing its employee base to meet demand and amplify our customer service, we’re beginning a new monthly blog series called “Talent Spotlight.” Our first spotlight is new team member, Henry Le who joined Data Gumbo as an Associate Solutions Consultant in late September of this year. Previously, Le was a Senior Project Engineer at ExxonMobil, where he was responsible for leading engineering support for international projects and multifunctional teams that included the management of full cycle land and offshore projects for oil & gas well constructions.