While ERP systems have done a wonderful job in providing the traceability of transactions in the four walls of the factory, the traceability across the industry is limited. The limitation exists because of so many factors, such as technology limitations, disparate datasets, political control, and data-sharing agreements. Technical concepts such as digital material and blockchain technologies are powerful to help provide visibility for shippers, trade finance companies, or any other stakeholders involved with the end-to-end supply chain transactions.
In today's episode, our guest, Arnoud Star Busmann, discusses the importance of Supply Chain at the industrial level. He also discusses the importance of digital material and how that helps track the expensive commodity across the supply chain. Finally, he discusses how blockchain technologies are helping track supply chains across non-traditional datasets where there might be political issues with data sharing.
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