Serge Belamant is an authority with a broad range of professions. His family relocated to South Africa from France when he was only 14. This compelled him to learn English, and he enrolled in a high school in the country. He excelled exceptionally not just in academics but also in sports. However, Serge Belamant did not complete degree course at Witwatersrand University, where he had been enrolled to pursue Engineering. His calling was more in computer-related ventures, and so he shifted to Computer Science and Applied Mathematics. After that, he realized that enrolling for third-year courses at UNISA would be a better option, and he discontinued his studies.
When he joined the corporate world, Serge Belamant had quite a lot to offer. He worked on small and medium-sized ventures and even developed computer applications. His knowledge and skills helped him excel faster than he had thought. Not long after, Serge was allotted a senior position to lead the Pretoria, Witwatersrand, and Vereeniging (PWV) at the Center for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR). They entrusted him with their planning project. He delivered beyond the expectations by applying developed graphics interfaces, statistical methods, road network analysis, and digital mapping among many other strategies. This opportunity sharpened him and gave him a better platform to excel career-wise.
Filing for Patents to Protect Inventions
Serge Belamant has been seeking to protect various inventions through patenting them. It is encouraging to know that the United States Patent and Trademark Office has already granted some of these patents, although others are still pending. He engages in matters like pursuing safe financial transactions through improved technology. The idea behind this is to heighten security to facilitate and process financial transactions flawlessly. Even further, he had sought to have the identity of the one transacting verified before the deal is authorized. The verification facility would bear the identity of the potential investor transacting as well as details about the account that they have with their financial organization. Once they subscribe to the service, they would be required to input a unique identifier, which means no third party would gain access to their accounts.
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