Blockchain could help with chargeback fraud during…

Since its beginning in March of this year, Covid-19 pandemic forced all non essential business to close their doors. This accompanied with mandatory social distancing measures meant people are now- more than ever- relying on e-commerce and online shopping. According to this article from Forbes U.S. online merchants saw ”…

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ARXUM trademarked in United States of America

We are pleased to announce ARXUM is officially trademarked in United States in accordance to Patent and Trademark office. Class 9 – computer hardware and downloadable or recorded software for authorizing access to recorded manufacturing production and or manufacturing process automation. Class 35 – Business administration, in particular business…

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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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Reduction of Warranty Costs in the Automotive Indu…

Worldwide 46 billion USD in warranty costs are incurred annually in the automotive sector. Up to 2/3 of the total process costs are due to manual collection and management of warranty-related process data, e.g. the collection and management of complaint related process data. This corresponds to a total of USD…

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Blockchain will transform manufacturing industry

 James Allen Regenor writes for Canadian Metalworking“Amid predictions of global economic slowdowns and recent PMI readings indicating manufacturing contraction, it becomes easy to see how slow production performance and data inefficiencies throughout the manufacturing supply chain contribute to economic uncertainty and concerns for future business. At the same time,…

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Digitizing Supply Chains

Giving customers direct access to your own databaseThe basic rule of successful supply chain management is “information flow before material flow“, and yet this poses great challenges for medium-sized companies. Regardless of the industry sector, the manufacturing industry will have to meet increasing demands for quality and timeliness of information…

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Blockchain Trends For 2020 And Beyond

Earlier in the week we wrote about supply chain trends experts predict for 2020, and in this article we will touch upon what blockchain trends we are expecting during this year.”Blockchain will have its breakout moment in 2020 as it moves beyond the hype machine to derive real value for…

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