How blockchain can create more resilient supply ch…

”Fiat Chrysler Automobiles announced in mid-February that it was temporarily halting production at a car factory in Serbia because it could not get parts from China. Hyundai has made a similar announcement for factories in Korea. International air travel transported a significant amount of trade…

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WHO & Tech Giants are building a blockchain t…

By SUSAN MILLER The World Health Organization, in partnership with tech giants, government agencies and international health organizations, is building a blockchain-based control and communications system that aims to quickly and more precisely detect COVID-19 carriers and infection hotspots. Announced March 27, MiPasa promises to securely share previously siloed…

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Only digitization creates sustainable cost savings…

The aircraft sector in particular is being hit hard by the current travel restrictions imposed by the Corona pandemic. If the aircrafts remain grounded no new daircraft will be manufactured so the pressure to save on expenses in the long run becomes even more important! Even before the Corona crisis,…

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How supply chains raised against COVID-19 to deliv…

“Logistics companies are used to being nimble—we respond to hurricanes and disasters everywhere. We’re always ready.” Covid-19 brought global supply chain and logistics to it’s knees with an unprecedented speed. Wade Shepard writes for Forbes about logistics companies that are adjusting their processes in order to bring medical…

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Predictions for worldwide supply chains

The supply chain has become a critical function for companies to realize their business business potential and can bring a competitive edge in the modern, digital economy. “Advanced supply chain capabilities can support more efficient and effective current business approaches as well as new business models that translate directly to…

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Blockchain in supply chain- revolution or hype?

 ….blockchain is billed by many as having the potential to reduce the costs and risk of fraud across the global supply chain by making processes faster, less error-prone and more traceable. That includes details such as the condition of goods, or even the temperatures at which they were warehoused and…

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Blockchain in pharma: opportunities in the supply …

Published by https://www.pharmaceutical-technology.com/ Despite the possible negative connotations surrounding blockchain and crypto-currencies, the potential for the blockchain to bring tangible benefits to the healthcare sector is incredibly high. At the MedCity Converge conference in Philadelphia, US last year, Merck associate director for applied technology, Nishan Kulatilaka, noted that healthcare…

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6 ways blockchain will benefit manufacturing

Written by Kayla Matthews Published at : https://www.smartindustry.com/ Once a gleam in the eye of technologists, blockchain is now a reality—and an emerging competitive asset for business owners and other industry leaders. By the year 2030, the industries-wide “value add” of blockchain technology could top $3.1 trillion, according…

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What is the strategic business value of blockchain…

Article written by Brant Carson, Giulio Romanelli, Patricia Walsh, and Askhat Zhumaev and published by https://www.mckinsey.com/ discusses the actual business value of blockchain and potential applications. “Blockchain was a priority topic at Davos; a World Economic Forum survey suggested that 10 percent of global GDP will be…

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AI, Big Data & Advanced Analytics In The Supp…

Article written by : Yasaman Kazemi ” Data has become one of the most valuable commodities for modern businesses. However, sometimes with great plenty, comes great responsibility. In addition, more and more businesses are going digital, and the result is that a large amount of data is being produced within…

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