Washington’s Dragonchain has named Phil Abraham to its board of directors. Abraham is CEO and founder of CloudFace, a cyber security company in Northville Township.
Dragonchain is a technology company that offers blockchain, or a system of transaction records made in cryptocurrency, or digital currency. Abraham has experience in supply chain management and will consult in the fields of supply chain, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, and complexity science.
CloudFace is building technology solutions for health care, cybersecurity, blockchain, and big data. CloudFace will integrate Dragonchain’s technology into its artificial intelligence solutions. Dragonchain’s flexibility, scalability, and interoperability is designed to improve the efficiency and security of systems.
“There has never been a better time to migrate our systems on chain,” says Abraham. “Dragonchain is bringing patented solutions like interoperability to market to make complex transitions much smoother and safer. Through the use of blockchain and smart contracts, we are connecting siloed networks, streamlining operations, and improving efficiency, while dramatically increasing security, transparency, and return on investments across all sectors. We couldn’t be happier to partner with the team at Dragonchain.”
Abraham created a cloud solution to migrate General Motors Co.’s global organization to the cloud. He has also implemented his ideas and technology for Kmart and Wal-Mart and was instrumental in the acquisition of Dominos by Bain Capital when he created a global technology platform for Tom Monaghan, founder of Dominos Pizza.
After the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, the federal government asked Abraham to develop analytical tools designed to ensure the safety of large organizations.
Abraham is also an adjunct professor at Eastern Michigan University and teaches courses on complex and emerging technologies.