The Blockchain-Empowered Supply Chain
Today, the shift to the cloud means businesses everywhere are grappling with a new reality: everything-as-a-service (XaaS). For the most part, this fundamental shift has been positive as businesses refocus their efforts and resources on the customer experience.
This is also changing how businesses think about their supply chains. As supply chain networks become more complex and more global, guaranteeing the integrity of products and goods has taken center stage. Compliance is no longer a local matter as products are sourced globally. Meanwhile, the number of transactions flowing through the supply chain continues to grow and opportunities for failure proliferate. Securing data across supply chains and securing trust in that data, across an ecosystem of partners and consumers, is critical.
How can robust and tamper-proof supply chains be built, that provide verified information at speed and at scale? What technologies can enterprises leverage to verify that the data they depend on is trustworthy?