Tracking with blockchain has often been viewed as only an option for those who are already in the position to innovate – but now it’s becoming a necessity.
Of all the industries to be affected by the coronavirus, supply chain companies are feeling it the most. Here’s how we can prepare better in the future.
With the recent Coranavirus pandemic, it’s come to light how unprepared many of us are for such a mass health crisis. Here’s how blockchain could help.
In 2020, supply chains are undergoing their biggest transformation yet. Here are the four technologies that are changing supply chains this year.
Blockchain has massive potential for the mining sector: in ensuring the provenance of metals, securing our data and effectively managing our supply chains.
Increasingly, the concept of the ‘circular economy’ – repurposing and reusing products – is becoming popular in the mining and metals industry.
There are three types of data that every mining company should be comprehensively tracking to optimise the value of their business processes.
We’ve seen the potential of blockchain for supply chains in the media – and Australian government bodies have taken notice, too.
The 2020 supply chain is becoming digital, autonomous, intelligent and, most importantly, incredibly efficient.