There’s a huge difference between having something explained to you and seeing it in action – CDR data is no different. That’s why Adatree built the ‘test-drive your CDR data’ feature into the Adatree Developer Portal. CDR Test Drive allows anyone – developers, product designers and business leaders – to consent to and connect their own CDR data and call specific CDR APIs for a first-hand experience of their CDR data and metadata. For companies interested in accessing CDR Data this can help them experience their own data payload and understand how Adatree’s Data Recipient Platform simplifies companies connecting to the CDR.
Adatree claims another first as the only regulated data intermediary to introduce Open Energy into its data platform.
Adatree does the heavy lifting to help you secure Active status and take your use case to market.
A lot of work goes into attaining Accredited status in the CDR ecosystem, even with a turnkey open data partner managing the technical requirements. But as we’ve explained before, there’s no benefit to accreditation if you aren’t able to progress to Active status. And to secure that coveted Active status, you must first undertake the rigorous Conformance Test Suite (CTS).
The first phase of Open Banking is coming: are you ready?
Adatree, a technology company specialising in Consumer Data Right compliance, announced today that they have released the first aggregation of banking product information using the new Open Banking Application Programming Interfaces (APIs).
While CDR enables accredited entities to receive and leverage CDR data on behalf of consumers, this doesn’t necessarily work for all companies.
Adatree claims another first: the only regulated data intermediary to introduce Open Energy into its data platform.
We’re already providing access to consented banking data from every Australian source, and we’re readying our service offering to include Australia’s Open Energy launch scheduled for the end of 2022.
“We are proud to launch the world’s first Open Energy Platform for companies wanting to access and leverage regulated energy data,” explains Adatree CEO Jill Berry.
“This exemplifies Adatree’s commitment to providing our customers with access to every industry data source available in the Consumer Data Right ecosystem.”
“Australia is uniquely different from other countries in its intention to extend consented data sharing across many industries. It’s a bold move for our country that requires a long-term view and a complex roadmap, but the payoff is that it will accelerate Australia’s digital economy and ultimately lead to more competition, choice and control for Australian consumers and businesses. Adatree is committed to staying at the forefront of the CDR roadmap and enabling data sharing for any use case, no matter the industry or business.”