ShelterZoomJapan Launches as More Businesses Shift to Remote Work

As millions around the world conduct routine business remotely due to COVID-19, the user-friendly, blockchain-based company ShelterZoom has announced the incorporation of ShelterZoomJapan, based in Tokyo, the company said.

Tech executive Shuhei Yamamura will serve as ShelterZoomJapan´s inaugural CEO.

ShelterZoom, which recently launched its new virtual negotiating platform DocuWalk, allows businesses to store documents, negotiate transactions and finalize contracts in a transparent and secure online ecosystem. The subscription-based service´s technology turns documents into secure intelligent assets that can be collaborated on or shared in real time, with privacy top-of-mind, as Japan transitions to a more remote working environment.

Over the last 12 years in the Internet business field, Yamamura has engaged with various start-ups and taken them to the next level. His recent affiliations include taking Scigineer Inc., a SoftBank affiliated company, to IPO in 2015 and launching digital advertising businesses at AdAsia in other Asian markets, including Thailand and Taiwan, over the last four years.

ShelterZoom´s mission is to provide an industry-agnostic, smart-contract-based SaaS platform that transforms records, documents and contracts into fully digital, interoperable and intelligent assets. These digitized assets can “think,” “communicate,” “travel” and “trade.” For more information, visit www.docuwalk.com and ShelterZoom.com.