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Four Ways Blockchain Will Transform Supply Chain…and Beyond

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The new blockchain ledger is challenging old ways of thinking–and will enable a new generation of game-changing solutions in supply chain and everyday life. . This provides an immutable record of the truth while also preserving the integrity and security of the data.

Why Blockchain Within The Supply Chain Makes Perfect Sense

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Editor’s Note: Today’s blog is from Kevin Doubleday who discusses the importance of blockchain within the supply chain. Current Supply Chains don’t operate at the cadence of business. Integrating Blockchain within the Supply Chain could change that. When we are asked about “killer” use cases for blockchain within enterprise systems, Supply Chain is the usual suspect — and for good reason. from the global economy by 2022.

10 Ways IoT Can Improve Supply Chains

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The majority of enterprises are prioritizing their blockchain pilots that concentrate on supply chains improvements (53%) and the Internet of Things (51%) according to Deloitte’s latest blockchain survey. The Supply Chain Management enterprise software market is growing from $12.2B

5 Disruptions Shaping the Digital Transformation in Distribution and Logistics

Supply Chain Nation

Macpherson predicted that the figure will easily be 80 percent by 2022. The ability to gain insight from the data provides real-time visibility, security and efficiency, as well as the opportunity to predict and proactively act on supply chain risks.

[INFOGRAPHIC] Industry 4.0: Powered by the Internet of Things & Digital Manufacturing

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is highly intelligent connected systems that create a fully digital value chain. Industrialize: Leading companies are already integrating these technologies to improve and evolve pillars of their value chain. And we need to learn new security protocols.

Omnichannel Merchants Shift Closer to the Customer

Multichannel Merchant

Plus, digital media use before and while consumers shop already influences most in-store sales, and its influence is increasing, projected to influence 58% of all in-store sales by 2022. Gone are the days of shipping in bulk to a distribution center (DC) and from there, replenishing inventory.