It also revealed it is in discussions that could lead to “local and international sales opportunities”.
The announcement followed some graphic design refinements to the Cov-ID digital passport system, which has raced through the development, prototyping and pilot launch phases to get to this stage in three months.
The phone-based application is a GDPR compliant identity documentation exchange system to record an individual's coronavirus (COVID-19) test status.
The project is a joint initiative by a consortium of companies led by the Z/Yen Group, and it is expected the fully validated product will be rolled out to businesses.
In a statement, Catenae’s interim chief executive, Guy Meyer, said: "I am particularly pleased to announce that the Cov-ID app is now market ready, well ahead of schedule.
“We are receiving enquiries about the app and are in discussions about local and international sales opportunities. The company looks forward to informing the market of further developments."