Services provide a streamlined cloud model where licensed individuals and third-party providers use platform architecture to distribute their services. Registered service providers leverage the GCRI’s multi-platform network to deliver multimodal services without needing to install internal hardware or software or deal with constant upgrades. Service pathways give advisors, consultants and SMEs the ability to create new business models to achieve near-optimal results. QH stakeholders are empowered to launch “a process” to be delivered as a service and use digital twins as a transition arena for taking on complex issues. Service paths infuse a just-in-time (JIT) paradigm to create a container-based architecture for delivering consistent, secure, high-quality services to stakeholders. Each node of a service path has its incentive design, consensus mechanism and realm of responsibility to allow collaboration with others in a zero-trust environment. They aim to leverage and connect existing business networks to provide equitable paths for aspiring professionals, focusing on distributed service delivery and self-employment opportunities in the digital and green economy.