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Blockchain in the Supply Chain

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Blockchain technology has the potential to disrupt or create competitive advantage, but the biggest barrier to its adoption is that so few have a good grasp on what it is or how it can be useful to their operation. When asked, the majority of people say they either don’t know much about blockchain at all, or at best know just the basics.

 

This e-book is designed to help bring some clarity to what blockchain is, and how it can help companies improve their supply chain operations. We’ll explain exactly what blockchain is (and what it isn’t), describe how to validate the serialization process, look at how to integrate blockchain with sensors and Internet of Things technology to enable a connected ecosystem, and we’ll even examine a case study of how blockchain can help end world hunger.

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This survey covers breakdowns on:

Blockchain: A Single, Immutable, Serialized Source of Truth

What in the World is a Blockchain?

A Chip Off the Ol' Blockchain

One Man’s Trash: How Blockchain Can Target Food Waste to Help End World Hunger

Dave Blanchard
Senior Director of Content
Material Handling & Logistics
Contact Dave: Dave.Blanchard@informa.com

Dave Blanchard is currently the Senior Director of Content for Informa’s Material Handling & Logistics and EHS Today.
With over 25 years of experience, Dave literally wrote the book on supply chain management, Supply Chain Management Best Practices (John Wiley & Sons, 2010), which has been translated into several languages and is currently in its second edition. He is a graduate of Northern Illinois University.

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