Boardwalk enables enterprise blockchain applications for the extended enterprise never before considered possible.
Manufacturers and their supply chain trading partners should be implementing blockchain into their processes to shorten lead times, save money and build more transparent supply chains.
As a cross-industry disruptor, blockchain has the potential to reshape the HR technology landscape changing the way payroll, recruitment, competency management and learning are managed in the enterprise today.
Does your FP&A team spend 80% of their time getting data and only 20% of the time actually analyzing the data? It's time to digitally transform your FPA applications with blockchain.
"The most important emerging technology for the enterprise – and therefore the CIO – is not big data, the social web, artificial intelligence, robotics or the cloud – it’s blockchain." Computerweekly.com
Blockchain is nothing less than the second generation of the Internet. It will change every institution, in some ways more that the first generation did. McKinsey & Company Report May 2017.
Technology is increasingly fundamental to competitive advantage in the consumer-packaged-goods (CPG) industry. It can spark innovation in business processes and product offerings while blockchain based collaboration between all value chain participants can more effectively shape trusted business strategies.
The distributed ledger technology of blockchain ensures accountability, immutability, auditability, and integrity of data, making it ideal for the collaborative, multi-party exchanges high-tech manufacturers need in order to manage enterprise data from internal and external teams. Without this, they end up building the wrong amount or wrong mix of products which impacts margins and profits.
Of the many areas of digital disruption shaking up financial services, blockchain technology is at the top. With immediate and practical applications in financial services focused mainly on payments and exchange and ranging from executing capital planning to producing liquidity reports — blockchain will revolutionize the way the finance function operates.
Blockchain technology has the potential to radically change manufacturing supply chains more than ever has been seen before enabling streamlined processes, improved transparency, better accountability, greater efficiency, and better security -- as well as simplify data management.
Retailers are increasingly recognizing blockchain’s transformative ability to streamline operations, ensure product authenticity and enable tighter supply chain collaboration.
To realize product cost reductions, improved margins and a better relationship with consumers, apparel manufacturers and retailers must leverage blockchain enabled collaborative exchanges across globally distributed teams to increase supply chain alignment and transparency.
The number-one priority for insurance carriers today is profitable growth and one of the most effective ways to enable this growth is through the use of innovative, blockchain enabled collaborative technology.
Blockchain’s benefits—of security, efficiency, and speed—are readily applicable to public sector organizations, and the technology’s potential helps explain why so many government leaders are actively exploring its uses in government.