Web3.0

Integration

Integration services provide pathways for multimodal service delivery and multimethod process modeling. Powering stakeholders to capture system integration’s complexity and gain a deeper insight into the interdependency paths for strategic risk management. Integration pathways simulate new improvements with micro-services and transform existing digital architecture into future-proof, secure, and scalable systems. They give engineers and decision makers the power to combine and test new scenarios in a risk-free lab environment. With Integration Pathways, managers get better visibility and assessment over production, logistical, or management systems with complex, interrelated actions. By building and evaluating CCell in Digital Twins, QH stakeholders can integrate workflows to uncover hidden risks, problems, and opportunities in the production process.

Our members leverage full network capabilities in the MPM to design, build, operate and optimize critical ecosystem integration processes. The GCRI’s multi-platform network brings end-to-end visibility across CI/CD, EDI, SaaS, and API integrations in a zero-trust environment, empowering stakeholders to rapidly generate consensus and onboard partners, solutions, and teams for high-impact results.

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How To Install
1-Click Installation
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Main Features
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Markets

Validate decisions and ideas in real-time with zero-trust digital platforms built for market research anytime, anywhere, and for any budget

Disciplines

Launch rigorous research projects on complex glocal challenges with robust participation, engagement, and validation mechanisms

Systems

Leverage multi-platform networks to seamlessly integrate teams, disciplines, data, techniques, tools, perspectives, concepts and theories
Integration + Learning

Integration Quests

Integration Quests enable step-by-step modular pathways allowing funders to load-balance credits based on assignments and quiz results. Integration Quests can then be connected to other tasks allowing transdisciplinary projects to run and scale dynamically. Members can create and remix paths for building integrated network quests via a peer-to-peer marketplace. The MPM’s cross-functional capabilities provide QH stakeholders with the ultimate agency and freedom to design and deploy Integration Quests. Using MPM properties, members earn micro-credentials and platform rewards for designing, teaching, or completing quests

Integration + Working

Integration Bounties

Integration Bounties connect stakeholders with industry experts, researchers, and ethical hackers who can work on various tasks such as security, risk, development, and management operations. Bounty funders offer builders a wide range of rewards for uncovering critical issues and unlocking new opportunities. The MPM’s native bounties use SDGs as the backbone for civic issues under open collaboration programs. Individuals with excellent PoC have the chance to become bounty hunters and unlock unique growth opportunities with impact-oriented results. Ultimately, stakeholders can build multiple CCell in Digital Twins and scale results with robust bounty streams for top teams and solutions

Integration + Innovation

Integration Builds

Integration Builds enable a distributed software development model in which builders and teams collaborate on applications or various software needs across geographical lines. With MPM, stakeholders benefit from zero-trust processes and robust CRS models to automate workflow and focus on competence, compliance and performance. Builds are available to global talent pools and create intense competition among incoming proposals, allowing funders to work with vetted teams and vendors that provide the best possible service with the highest PoC scores. MPM allows “a process” to be delivered as a service, empowering managers to focus on building core competencies while improving retention rates, lowering the risk of burnout and making teams more productive

Projects

Responsible Research and Innovation

Our research projects aim at building interdisciplinary hubs for testing new ideas with governments, institutions, and communities. They support stakeholders with a distributed research and innovation model in which partners collaborate on single solution applications or develop new projects that are assembled for a final solution buildout. Our focus on participatory mechanisms for responsible research through LLL reflects our commitment to open collaboration
MPM

Micro-production Model (MPM) is a research project delivering on existing national portfolios on the right to inclusive education, skills, and career development through LLL for all

ECT

The Earth Cooperation Treaty (ECT) is a research project focusing on international law treaties that enable filing patent applications for public goods infrastructure

SCF

Sustainable Competency Framework (SCF) is a research project focusing on dynamic approaches to skills taxonomies, competencies and policies for the twin digital-green transitions

GRI

The Global Risk Index (GRI) is a research project focusing on an international standard indexing system to catalogue open data sources relating to global risk reduction and humanitarian crises

Accounts
Accounts provide workstations to participants with QH backed CRS integrated into the MPM platforms
Credits
Credits awarded through CRS to enable path development n the MPM with quests, bounties and builds
Programs
Programs offer a zero-trust environment for QH stakeholders to fund, build and deploy WILP 
Credentials
Micro-credentials enable QH to develop competencies for the twin digital-green transformation
Pathways
Pathways integrate and visualize MPM modules into value-based, simplified, and streamlined steps
Certificates
Certificates identity participants in the MPM with PoC ownership linked to CoA, CoQ, CoE, CoI