cB stack


"As the leading and safest DEM framework on the planet, the cB stack seamlessly integrates DLT, IoT, AI and other advanced techs."

cB DevOps Engineer Radha Kamkar

cB DevOps Software Engineer Radha Kamkar


The fundamental difference between cB NEXT+ and the cB stack is the way clients use them. NEXT+ is cB COTS (Commercial-Off-The-Shelf) integrated SaaS/PaaS/IaaS solution. NEXT+ instantaneously provides all that is required to run cloud-native enterprise management apps for any type of organizations, or industry ecosystems of any complexity, including DLT smart contracts. NEXT+ is entirely built upon the latest cB stack version. While many clients opt for NEXT+ and leverage its native cB-BE and cB-FE D.Apps (Distributed Apps), others might require bespoke solutions. Such tailored cB solutions are derived from the cB stack. Technically-speaking, talking about NEXT+ or cB stack architecture, functionality or tech positionning is therefore the same.

From Vertical to Distributed models

A good way to position the cB stack in today's technology landscape is to grasp the evolutionary nature of organizational, platform and UI/UX contexts.

Organizational models have evolved from top-down vertical hierarchies in the XIXth and early XXth centuries, to bottom-up horizontal market-driven ones since the 1990’s with the advent of world wide web. From the 2010's onward, distributed ecosystems have further transformed organizational models and their management platforms.

From ERP to eDLT platforms

Legacy ERPs (in-house Enterprise Resource Planning) started moving to cloud-native at the start of the new milenium, but prove limited with blockchain architectures. Distributed ecosystems management platforms (DEM or e-DLT) which converge DLT, AI, IoT and other techs into streamlined platforms are now supplanting or complementing cloud ERPs. Since 2020, Covid-driven WFH (Work From Home) and g/localization strategies have accelerated this transition.

From ERP to eDLT

The connected UI/UX context has evolved since the 1990’s from browser-based apps to ubiquitous device-based mobile apps with the start of the new millenium. The advent of deep learning in the early 2010's has materialized new UI/UX concepts such as app-in-app personalization, zero-training, decentralized edge computing & natural interfaces. These turn on its head the former I/O approach to data collection and consumption. They've enabled smart information to route itself to the right people at the right time in the right place.

As the leading original world-first e-DLT or DEM (distributed ecosystem management) platform, the cB stack bridges across all these 3 perspectives. It allows DLT, IoT, AI and other techs to operate seamlessly. It natively embeds smart highly secure vendor-neutral and military-grade cloud infrastructure. Baseline cB stack functionality covers 85+ functional modules such as, to name a few:

  • instant web/mobile eCommerce/CRM platform deployments (cB-Fe instances)
  • advanced multi-site CMS (content management)
  • integrated social media management
  • advanced product management
  • eCommerce promotions
  • interactive campaigns
  • CRM (People, Groups)
  • event management
  • web conferencing
  • location services
  • webinars
  • chatbots
  • SKYE industrial DLT MSP (Member Service Provider) center for distributed authoring nodes
  • native on-chain classified structured or unstructured e-docs
  • configurable workflows across all transactional modules
  • IoT devices and data streams management
  • SKYE DLT ecosystems management
  • SKYE DLT smart contracts
  • 0-day AI autopilot
  • ANIMA AI engine
  • integrated universal 3P (Planet, People, Profit) accounting (physical, social, and financial accounting)
  • Account Receivable and integrated eCommerce including payment gateways and fraud prevention
  • Account Payable and integrated purchasing authorization workflows
  • Compositions (Bill of Materials, substances and social bills)
  • Workforce management and integrated Payroll
  • Banking reconciliations and integrated banking
  • Assets register and depreciation schedules
  • Periodic / end-of-year settlements
  • centers and matrix reporting
  • multiple entities accounting
  • Inventory management
  • Chart of Accounts
  • Simulations
  • Agile project management tool
  • Automated project deployment 
  • Business intelligence tools including data cubes, visualizations and dashboards
  • Atomic configurable security profiles
  • Data encryption management
  • User access management
  • Sites setup, navigations, styles, setup and configuration