Global Blockchain in Supply Chain
Market is expected to grow from USD 81.40 million in 2017 to USD 3,485.25 million by 2023, at a CAGR of 87.0% during the forecast period 2018-2023 and Blockchain in Supply Chain
Market Research Report, By Application (Payment & Settlement, Counterfeit Detection), Provider (Application & Solution Provider, Middleware Provider), Vertical (Retail & Consumer Goods, Manufacturing).
In this article, I synthesize three themes that the authors of this report identify as affecting the broad adoption of distributed ledger technology in global supply chain
The event will address the theme 'Getting Ready for the Future: Supply Chain
4.0' and discuss how technological breakthroughs such as Big Data, simulation software, 3D printing, Artificial Intelligence and the Internet of Things, collectively known as Supply Chain
4.0, are revolutionizing supply chains
making them more agile, cost efficient and resilient.
Predominantly the concept of Supply Chain
Management (SCM) was originated from Just-In-Time (JIT) production and logistics, from manufacturing.
Research has shown, and industry experience has vividly illustrated, when companies narrowly focus only on their slice of the value creation process--without considering the effects of their decisions on other parts of the supply chain--total supply chain
Professional of the Year, Richard Dos Santos (centre), with Ingrid Du Buisson of the Transport Education Training Authority (TETA) and SAPICS president Mungo Park
Mike Landry, who has been president of Barkawi North America, will lead the integrated Genpact global supply chain
ACCENTURE has acquired United States-based Intrigo Systems, a provider of advisory and systems integration services for SAP enterprise and Cloud solutions in e-commerce, supply chain
The global supply chain
is one arena that's particularly ripe for digitization.
If your work touches supply chain
management at all, this is a book you want on your shelf for regular reference.
According to Gartner, in a survey conducted with AWESOME, 'women currently account for 50% or more of the professional workforce in advanced economies and roughly 40% of the supply chain
workforce.' (Gartner, 2017 Women in Supply Chain
Survey, Dana Stiffler et.al, May 5, 2017).