Supply chains are the biggest violators of global ESG standards. Fortunately, technology can help companies mitigate their impact.
Gold is incredibly vulnerable to unethical and unsustainable sourcing. We can ensure that company gold is ethical through new technology.
Globally, COVID-19 pushes companies away from the physical and into the technical. The global pandemic has exposed a vulnerability in our supply chains.
To many, the word ‘blockchain’ still means ‘Bitcoin’ or ‘cryptocurrency.’ Yet where blockchain excels is in tracking of physical assets.
Responsible mineral sourcing is no longer a choice. Companies must trace their supply chains and ensure responsible mining or face the consequences.
Mining is the hidden gem amidst blockchain opportunities. Blockchain’s potential stretches as far as bullion, supply chain & even fuel tracking.
The mining sector has faced turbulence during COVID-9 with new challenges associated with social distancing measures, absent workers, and supplier issues.
COVID-19 has caused many companies to restructure, rethink and reform their supply chains. Digitalization will help us reduce risk and optimize efficiency.
Supply chains are at the core of the way we do business, so when something goes wrong, it damages the entire supply chain. IoT and blockchain can help.